1st Annual Sports Medicine Symposium – New York

$29.99

This course includes 9 lessons and offers 3.75 Category A CEUs for Athletic Trainers.

First Annual Sports Medicine Symposium – New York – Lessons within this Course:

Welcome Message: Alexander Vaccaro, MD, PhD, MBA, President, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute

 

Lesson 1: Mastering Imaging and Physical Exam of the Shoulder

Faculty Member: Brandon Erickson, MD

Dr. Erickson is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon, specializing in sports-related injuries of both athletes and non-athletes alike. Through his work with Major League Baseball, he has been able to better define injury patterns and treatment outcomes in elite-level overhead athletes. His research efforts focus on shoulder, knee, and elbow conditions, especially those affecting the throwing athlete.

Lesson 2: On-field Management of Shoulder Dislocation

Faculty Member: Megan Bishop, MD

Dr. Bishop is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in sports-related injuries of the knee, shoulder, and elbow. Her clinical interests include ACL reconstruction, multi-ligament knee injuries, knee meniscus tears, patellofemoral instability and pain, cartilage restoration procedures, shoulder instability, and labral tears, as well as rotator cuff repair.

Lesson 3: Shoulder Instability: When to Rehab, When to Operate

Faculty Member: Andrew Beharrie, MD

Dr. Beharrie is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in sports-related injuries of the knee, shoulder, and elbow. His clinical interests include rotator cuff repairs, shoulder instability and labral repairs, management of shoulder fractures, arthroscopic knee ligament reconstruction (ACL/PCL), meniscus repairs, cartilage restoration procedures, and knee replacement surgery.

Lesson 4: On-field Management of Spinal Injuries

Faculty Member: Joseph Lee, MD

Dr. Lee is an ABOS board-certified fellowship-trained spine surgeon. He graduated from the Program of Liberal Medical Education from Brown University Medical School. He performed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at Columbia University in New York, NY and followed with a fellowship in Spine Surgery at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. Dr. L

Lesson 5: Achilles’ Tendon Injuries

Faculty Member: Brandon Erickson, MD

Dr. Erickson is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon, specializing in sports-related injuries of both athletes and non-athletes alike. Through his work with Major League Baseball, he has been able to better define injury patterns and treatment outcomes in elite-level overhead athletes. His research efforts focus on shoulder, knee, and elbow conditions, especially those affecting the throwing athlete.

Lesson 6: 5 Most Common Athletic Hand Injuries

Faculty Member: Daniel Seigerman, MD

Dr.Dr. Seigerman is a board-certified Orthopaedic Surgeon who specializes in the hand, wrist, and elbow. He treats fractures, arthritis, sports injuries, tendon injuries, peripheral nerve abnormalities, and many others. He attempts to treat each diagnosis without surgery, however, is trained to utilize the latest and most advanced surgical techniques when necessary. 

Dr. Hrubes is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as Sports Medicine and is the Director of our Primary Care Sports Division for the New York region. She currently serves as the Medical Director for the Radio City Rockettes, as a team physician for the United States Soccer Federation and has previously worked with United States Gymnastics. She has experience with broad-based musculoskeletal injuries with particular interest in injury prevention and biomechanical rehabilitation in athletes, performing artists, endurance sports, and female athletes. She specializes in ultrasound-guided procedures, regenerative medicine, and electrodiagnostic medicine.Lesson 7: Biologics: Fact vs. Fiction

Faculty Member: Melody Hrubes, MD

Dr. Hrubes is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as Sports Medicine and is the Director of our Primary Care Sports Division for the New York region.  She currently serves as the Medical Director for the Radio City Rockettes, as a team physician for the United States Soccer Federation and has previously worked with United States Gymnastics.

Lesson 8: The Master Athlete: Hip Arthritis

Faculty Member: Daniel Smith, MD

Dr. Smith is a fellowship-trained, board-certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in primary and revision hip and knee replacement surgery.  He completed his residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center and then pursued fellowship training in Adult Reconstruction at New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases.

Lesson 9: The Mature Athlete: Knee Arthritis

Faculty Member: Eric Grossman, MD

Dr. Eric Grossman is a fellowship-trained, board-certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in all facets of hip and knee joint replacement surgery including primary and revision total joint replacement.  He focuses on all aspects of hip surgery including traumatic fractures and has a particular interest in robotic-assisted procedures.

CE Information

3.75 Category A CEUs offered to Athletic Trainers

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