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CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical presents the Avera Sports Medicine Symposium

Jun
14
Sat
Jun 14, 2014
Saturday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Off campus

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Prairie Center
Sioux Falls, SD
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This symposiuim is specially designed to review how current evidence-based concepts and practices improve the management of orthopedic and sports medicine concerns.

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Agenda

6:45-7:30am Registration, Breakfast & Vendor Display
Welcome
7:30-7:35am
  
7:35-8:20am Sports Related Hip Injuries: 
Evaluation, Diagnosis and Treatment


--Describe common sports related injuries that occur in the hip.
--Review evaluation f common sports related injuries that occur to the hip.
--Discuss treatment options for sports related injuries to the hip including when a referral to an orthopedic surgeon may be necessary.
Travis Liddell, MD 
CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical Group
Sioux Falls, SD
8:20-9:05am Shoulder Pathology in the Athletic Population

--Describe pertinent anatomy of the shoulder.
--Review potential injuries in the athletic population including diagnosis, imaging and treatment options.
Jeff Kalo, MD
CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical Group
Sioux Falls, SD
9:05 - 9:50 am The Knee:  ACL and Meniscal Injuries
 
--Describe the epidemiology of knee injuries including ACL injuries and meniscus tears.
--Review potential injuries in the athletic population including diagnosis, non-operative strategies and key features of necessitating referral to a surgeon.
 Erik D. Peterson, MD
CORE Orthopedics
Avera Medical Group
Sioux Falls, SD
9:50 - 10:05 am Break & Vendor Display  
10:05 - 10:50 am Diagnosis and Management of Sports Related Concussion
 
--Describe the current practice evidence regarding concussions with participation in contact sports.
--Discuss the criteria that allow athletes to return to sporting activities following concussion.
--Describe the long term effects of concussion on young athletes.
Samuel Schmielpfenig, MD, FAAP
Avera McGreevy Clinic
Sioux Falls, SD
10:05 - 11:35 am Lessons Learned from a Lifelong Coach

Brett Newton,
Former player/Grad student for Coach Don Meyer

11:35 am -12:15 pm Lunch Q&A with Travis Liddel, MD; Jeff Kalo, MD; Erik Peterson, MD;
Samuel Schimelpfenigh, MD, FAAP
12:15 - 12:45 pm BREAKOUT SESSIONS (3 options: Garden A-B, Garden C,Garden D-E)  
Garden A-B Exos Upper Extremity Splinting
 
--Demonstrate the newest technology in upper extremity splinting techniques
Brett Baustian, PA-C
CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical Group
Sioux Falls, SD
Garden C Athletic Pre-Participation Exams

--Discuss various methods of performing the pre-participation exam including advantages and disadvantages.
--Review medical problems that would restrict an athlete's participation in sports.
--Review the recommended components of a pre-participation exam.
 
Samuel Schimelpfenig, MD, FAAP
Avera McGreevy Clinic
Sioux Falls, SD
Garden D-E The Athlete with Diabetes
 
--Review management of the athlete with diabetes
Sherry Barkley, PhD, FACSM
Augustana College
Sioux Falls, SD
12:55 - 1:25 pm BREAKOUT SESSIONS  
 Garden A-B Exos Upper Extremity Splinting
 
--Demonstrate the newest technology in upper extremity splinting techniques
Brett Baustian, PA-C
CORE Orthopedics
Avera Medical Group
Sioux Falls, SD 
Garden C Introduction to Elastic Taping-Upper Extremity

--Understand and experience elasticity and interactive properties of elastic tape.
--Understand basic theory for elastic taping applications and appropriate terminology.
--Understand precautions/contraindications to elastic taping.
--Observe basic application of upper extremity.
Nicolle Samuels, MSPT, CLT-LANA, CWS, CKTP
Hegg Memorial Health Center
Rock Valley, IA
Garden D-E Dietary Supplements for Training & Performance

--Identify supplements marketed to enhance performance and how research is used and misinterpreted to deveop products.
--Review the research and lack of research on the most popular workout supplements.
--Identify resources for physicians and patients to use that will provide accurate information regarding supplements.
Matthew Vukovich, PhD
Dept of Health & Nutritional Science, SDSU, Brookings, SD
1:35 - 2:05 pm BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Garden A-B Acute Hand & Finger Injuries

--Review evaluation of common sports related injuries that occur to the hand.
--Discuss treatment options for sports related injuries to the hand including when a referral to an orthopedic surgeon may be necessary.
Scott McPherson, MD & Brett Baustian, PA-C
CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical Group,
Sioux Falls, SD
Garden C Introduction to Elastic Taping-Lower Extremity

--Review interactive properties of elsatic tape.
--Review basic theory for elastic taping applications using appropriate terminology.
--Describe precautions to elastic taping.
--Observe basic application of elastic tape to the lower extremity.
Nicolle Samuels, MSPT, CLT-LANA, CWS, CKTP
Hegg Memorial Health Center, Rock Valley, IA
Garden D-E

Dietary Supplements for Training & Performance

--Identify supplements marketed to enhance performance, including how research is used and misinterpreted to develop products.
--Review the research on the most popular workout supplements.
--Identify resources for physicians and patients to use that will provide accurate information regarding supplements.

Matthew Vukovich, PhD
Department of Health & Nutritional Science, SDSU, Brookings, SD
2:05 - 2:30 pm BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Garden A-B The Aging Athlete: from Novice to the Master

--Review the physiological changes that occur over time with the aging athlete.
--Discuss participation options for the aging athlete.
--Review adaptive sports and/or special considerations.
Jeff Hof, MD
Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Sioux Falls, SD

Garden C Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Issues in Female Athletes

--Discuss relevant pelvic floor anatomy and how it impacts the female athlete.
--Describe the types of pelvic floor disorders female atheletes are at risk for.
--Describe the current treatment and management of pelvic floor disorders in female athletes.
Matthew Barker, MD,FACOG
Avera Medical Group Urogynecology,
Sioux Falls, SD
Garden D-E Acute Foot & Ankle Injuries

--Review evaluation of common sports related injuries that occur to tthe foot and ankle.
--Discuss treatment options for sports related injuries to the foot and ankle including when a referral to an orthopedic surgeon may be necessary.
David Watts, MD
CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical Group
Sioux Falls, SD
3:10 - 3:40 pm BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Garden A-B Sudden Cardiac Death in Young Athletes--To Screen or Not to Screen

--Review the causes of sudden cardiac death in  young athletes.
--Review the features and clues to underlying heart disease on the pre-performance physical exam.
--Review the cost effectiveness of various screening tests for cardiac disease in young athletes.
Sami Awadallah, MD
Avera Medical Group Pediatric Specialists
Sioux Falls, SD
Garden C Exos Upper Extremity Splinting

--Demonstrate the newest technology in upper extremity splinting techniques.
Brett Baustian, PA-C
Garden D-E Acute Hand and Finger Injuries
--Review evaluation of common sports related injuries that occur to the hand.
--Discuss treatment options for sports related injuries to the hand including when a referral to an orthopedic surgeon may be necessary.
Scott McPherson, MD
CORE Orthopedics Avera Medical Group
Sioux Falls, SD
3:30 - 4 pm Closing / Evaluation

Contact

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Schedule & Location

Schedule

Date Time Location
1. Sat, June 14 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Off campus

Location Details

  • Off campus

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