New York, NY—April 20, 2017
Join Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) for an in-depth look into how the top sports medicine experts in the nation treat the needs of professional athletes.
The two-day annual symposium will provide clinicians with guidance on how to care for athletes of all levels both surgically and non-surgically. Topics to include: the cruciate ligaments, the unstable shoulder, proximal hamstring injuries and the adolescent/masters athlete.
The symposium is provided by HSS Office of Continuing Medical Education, Department of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Service, and is co-directed by HSS sports medicine surgeon, Anil Ranawat, MD, and HSS physical therapist and certified athletic trainer John Cavanaugh, PT, MEd, ATC, SCS.
"Year after year, we receive feedback from participants that the clinical tips and hands-on experience is immeasurably helpful," said John Cavanaugh, PT, Med, ATC, SCS. "At HSS, we are continuously expanding our knowledge both through our clinical care of our patients and in our research labs. This symposium is a great vehicle to share these learnings with our sports medicine colleagues."
The symposium will take place on April 21-22, 2017 at the Richard L. Menschel Education Center at HSS (535 East 70th Street, 2nd floor, New York, NY 10021) and will also be live-streaming online.
Consisting of 7 sessions, 3 mini courses and 10 workshops, this year’s symposium includes a keynote address from Gregory C. Fanelli, MD, from Geisinger Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics, on his experience operating on the PCL. There will also be a live surgery of a UCL reconstruction as well as two instructional courses.
One of the sessions, The Crucial Ligaments Part 2 – The ACL, will cover conservative management, graft selection, rehabilitation, and return to play. The session is moderated by Sherry Backus, PT, DPT, MA, clinical supervisor at The Leon Root, M.D. Motion Analysis Laboratory at HSS, and will be live streamed. Presentations will be made by:
To download the program brochure with detailed schedule, please click here.
HSS was designated the first U.S. Olympic National Medical Center, serves as the Official Hospital of 20 professional and collegiate sports teams and is one of only three hospitals in the nation appointed a FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence.