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23rd Annual Mayo Clinic Symposium on Sports Medicine

  1. 1. 23rd Annual Mayo ClinicSymposium onSports MedicineMayo School of ContinuousProfessional DevelopmentNovember 8-9, 2013Kahler Grand HotelRochester, MinnesotaREGISTER ONLINE NOW!http://www.mayo.edu/cme/Course Director:Jacob L. Sellon, M.D.Course Co-Directors:Edward R. Laskowski, M.D.Michael J. Stuart, M.D.
  2. 2. COURSE DESCRIPTIONThis course is designed to provide the latestdiagnostic and treatment strategies for sports-related and musculoskeletal conditions. Theprogram is multidisciplinary with expertlecturers representing various sports medicinefields. Multiple educational formats will beused, including case presentations, as well aslive demonstrations of physical examination,anatomy, and arthroscopy.INTENDED AUDIENCEPhysicians, physical therapists, athletic trainersand other medical professionals who treatathletes and active populations.COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVESUpon conclusion of this program, participantsshould be able to:• Describe the role of physical activity inobesity management with and withoutcaloric restriction.• Recognize female athlete triad and outlinekey components of evaluation andmanagement.• Summarize the latest evidence-basedrecommendations for the diagnosis,management and prevention of hamstringinjuries.• Describe the role of hip arthroscopy in themanagement of femoroacetabularimpingement.• Describe the biological basis and preventionof postoperative stiffness and pain.• Develop a community program for theprevention and treatment of running relatedinjuries.• Perform a basic running analysis using videomethods and understand the implications ofmanipulating running step rate.• Perform a focused physical examination ofthe foot and ankle.• Summarize an evidence-based treatmentalgorithm and return to sport progression forthe athlete with posterior tibial tendondysfunction.• Summarize the current evidence for variousinjections and other percutaneous therapiesin the treatment of plantar fasciopathy.• Describe the pathogenesis and treatmentalgorithm for osteochondral lesions of the talus.• Recognize subtle radiographic findings ofcommonly missed occult ankle fractures.• Recognize relevant sonoanatomy in theperformance of ultrasound-guided foot andankle procedures.• Recognize clinically relevant anatomy anddescribe arthroscopic techniques of theankle/foot.• Summarize the latest evidence andconsensus recommendations for concussionevaluation and management.• Identify which concussion patients maybenefit from vestibular and balancerehabilitation therapy.• Summarize the basic science and evidence-based clinical applications of platelet-richplasma and stem cell injections formusculoskeletal disorders.• Identify indications, expected outcomes, andrehabilitation considerations for various kneecartilage restoration surgical procedures.• Describe physical therapy techniques in therehabilitation of athletes with lumbarspondylolysis.• Summarize the evidence for interventionalspine procedures in the management of backpain in athletes.• Recognize the limitations of treating “thepain generator” in the management of lowback pain.Attendance at this Mayo course does not indicatenor guarantee competence or proficiency in theperformance of any procedures which may bediscussed or taught in this course.CREDITCollege of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, is accreditedby the Accreditation Council for ContinuingMedical Education to provide continuingmedical education for physicians.College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, designatesthis live activity for a maximum of 10.75 AMAPRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians shouldclaim only the credit commensurate with theextent of their participation in theactivity.BOCCollege of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, isrecognized by the Board ofCertification, Inc. to offer continuing educationfor Certified Athletic Trainers. This programhas been approved for a maximum of 10.75hours of Category A continuing education.Certified Athletic Trainers are responsible forclaiming only those hours actually spentparticipating in the continuing education activity.AAFPApplication for CME credit has been filed withthe American Academy of Family Physicians.Determination of credit is pending.DATE AND LOCATIONThe 23rd Annual Symposium on Sports Medicinewill be held November 8-9, 2013. Courseheadquarters will be located in Heritage HallBallroom in the subway level of the KahlerGrand Hotel in Rochester, Minnesota. Meetingfacilities are easily accessible by skyway andpedestrian subway, which connect Mayo Clinicto shops, restaurants, and hotels.
  3. 3. REGISTRATIONTo register online, visit http://www.mayo.edu/cme/sports-medicine-2013r857, or complete theattached registration form and return by mailor fax. The registration fee includes tuition,access to the online course syllabus, continentalbreakfasts, and break refreshments. Althoughit is not Mayo School of Continuous ProfessionalDevelopment (CPD) policy to limit the numberof registrants for a course, conference roomfacilities may necessitate closing of enrollment;therefore, early registration is advised. A letterof confirmation will be sent upon receipt ofpayment and completed registration form.Please present the confirmation letter whenchecking in at the meeting registration desk.For additional information, contact:Mayo School of Continuous ProfessionalDevelopmentPlummer 2-60200 First Street SWRochester, MN 55905Website: www.mayo.edu/cmeE-mail: cme@mayo.eduPhone: 800-323-2688 or 507-284-2509Fax: 507-284-0532CANCELLATION POLICYIf you cancel your participation in this course,your registration fee, less a $75 administrativefee, will be refunded when written notificationis received by Mayo School of CPD beforeOctober 25, 2013 (cme@mayo.edu or fax#: 507-284-0532). No refunds will be made on orafter October 25, 2013. Canceled registrationsare non-transferable.Mayo School of CPD reserves the right tocancel or postpone any course due tounforeseen circumstances. In the unlikelyevent Mayo School of CPD must cancel orpostpone this course, Mayo School of CPD willrefund the registration fee, but is notresponsible for any related costs, charges, orexpenses to participants, including feesassessed by airline/travel/lodging agencies.LODGING ACCOMMODATIONSGuest rooms have been reserved for attendeesand their guests with special course rates ateach of the following downtown Rochesterhotels. In order to receive the special rate,reservations must be made before the roomblock is filled or before the expiration date ofOctober 17, 2013, whichever comes first.Reservations will be taken following this datebased on space and rate availability. Pleaseidentify yourself as a participant of the SportsMedicine course when making your reservation.Kahler Grand Hotel20 Second Avenue SW800-533-1655 or 507-282-2581$98 deluxe single/$129 executive singleDoubleTree Hotel(formerly the Radisson Hotel)150 South Broadway507-281-8000$139 single/doubleRochester Marriott Hotel101 First Avenue SW877-623-7775 or 507-280-6000$135 single/double The hotels listed above are connected byskyway and pedestrian subway to conferencefacilities, downtown shops, and restaurants.You may wish to visit the Rochester Conventionand Visitors Bureau website (www.rochestercvb.org) and/or www.rochester411.com for additionalaccommodation options and area information.Lodging arrangements are the soleresponsibility of the individual registrant.Mayo School of CPD is not responsible forexpenses incurred by an individual who is notconfirmed and for whom space is not availableat the meeting. Costs incurred by the registrantsuch as airline or hotel fees or penalties are theresponsibility of the registrant.PARKINGParking is available in hotel, city, and Mayopatient/visitor ramps. The cost for parking isnot included in the registration fee. A mapindicating the location of downtown parkingfacilities will be mailed with the registrantconfirmation letter.TRAVELRochester, Minnesota is a friendly city thatgreets thousands of visitors from around theworld each year. The city is serviced by amodern international airport with multipleflights daily via American or Delta Airlines.Access to and from the airport is provided bytaxi, shuttle service, and rental car. The airportis located approximately 10 miles from theMayo Clinic campus.Mayo Clinic’s appointed travel company,Ultramar Travel, is available to assist with yourtravel arrangements. To make your reservation,phone Ultramar Travel toll-free at 1-866-629-6885.Note to Travelers: Several cities in the UnitedStates are named Rochester. When you makeairline reservations and check your baggage, besure that your destination is Rochester,Minnesota (RST) and that your baggage hasbeen properly tagged.Travel arrangements are the sole responsibilityof the individual registrant.
  4. 4. FACULTYCourse DirectorJacob L. Sellon, M.D.Instructor, Department of Physical Medicine &RehabilitationSports Medicine CenterCourse Co-DirectorsEdward R. Laskowski, M.D.Professor, Department of Physical Medicine &RehabilitationSports Medicine CenterMichael J. Stuart, M.D.Professor, Department of Orthopedic SurgerySports Medicine CenterMayo FacultyJason K. Banks, P.T.Department of Physical Medicine &RehabilitationSports Medicine CenterMark S. Collins, M.D.Assistant Professor, Department of RadiologyChad A. Eickhoff, M.A., A.T.R., A.T.C., C.S.C.S.Sports Medicine CenterJoseph J. Eischen, P.T., A.T.C., C.S.C.S.Department of Physical Medicine &RehabilitationSports Medicine CenterSteven B. Finnie, P.T., D.P.T., M.Ed.Department of Physical Medicine &RehabilitationSports Medicine CenterKaylan Q. Groen, A.T.R., A.T.C.Sports Medicine CenterAsma Javed, M.B.B.S.Instructor, Department of Pediatric &Adolescent MedicineDivision of Pediatric EndocrinologyAaron J. Krych, M.D.Assistant Professor, Department ofOrthopedic SurgerySports Medicine CenterNirusha Lachman, Ph.D.Associate Professor, Department of AnatomyRichard C. Larsen, P.T., O.C.S.Department of Physical Medicine &RehabilitationSports Medicine CenterBruce A. Levy, M.D.Professor, Department of Orthopedic SurgerySports Medicine CenterShawn W. O’Driscoll, M.D., Ph.D.Professor, Department of Orthopedic SurgerySports Medicine CenterCara C. Prideaux, M.D.Instructor, Department of Physical Medicine &RehabilitationSports Medicine CenterDaniel B. Ryssman, M.D.Instructor, Department of Orthopedic SurgeryNeil T. Shepard, Ph.D.Professor, Department of OtorhinolaryngologyDivision of AudiologyJay Smith, M.D.Professor, Departments of Physical Medicine &Rehabilitation, Radiology, and AnatomySports Medicine CenterNorman S. Turner III, M.D.Assistant Professor, Department of OrthopedicSurgeryInvited Guest SpeakerBrian C. Heiderscheit, P.T., Ph.D.Associate ProfessorDepartment of Orthopedics andRehabilitationSchool of Medicine and PublicHealth, University of WisconsinDr. Heiderscheit is a Professor in theDepartments of Orthopedics & Rehabilitationand Biomedical Engineering at the Universityof Wisconsin(UW)-Madison. He is the Directorof the Runners’ Clinic through the UW SportsMedicine Center; Director of SportsPerformance Research for UW Athletics; andCo-director of the UW NeuromuscularBiomechanics Laboratory.Keynote SpeakerGerard A. Malanga, M.D.ProfessorDepartment of Physical Medicineand RehabilitationNew Jersey Medical School,University of Medicine andDentistry of New JerseyDr. Malanga is the Founder and Partner ofNew Jersey Sports Medicine, LLC and NewJersey Regenerative Institute in Cedar Knolls,New Jersey. He has served as Director of PainManagement at Overlook Hospital and Directorof Research of Atlantic Sports Health. He isboard certified in Physical Medicine andRehabilitation, Sports Medicine and PainMedicine. He completed a sports medicinefellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MNand served as a Senior Associate Consultant atMayo Clinic from 1993-1996.
  5. 5. 7:30 a.m. Registration & Continental Breakfast8:00 a.m. Welcome & Introduction Michael J. Stuart, M.D, Edward R. Laskowski, M.D. & Jacob L. Sellon, M.D.8:05 a.m. The Role of Physical Activity in Obesity Management Edward R. Laskowski, M.D.8:25 a.m. Female Athlete Triad: Toward Improved Screening and Management Asma Javed, M.B.B.S.8:45 a.m. Questions & Discussion8:55 a.m. Invited Guest Speaker Hamstring Injuries: Recommendations for Diagnosis, Rehabilitation, andInjury Prevention Bryan C. Heiderscheit, P.T., Ph.D.9:15 a.m. Questions & Discussion9:25 a.m. Hip Arthroscopy in the Management of Femoroacetabular Impingement Bruce A. Levy, M.D.9:45 a.m. Intercepting the Inflammatory Response to Surgery/Injury Shawn W. O’Driscoll, M.D.10:05 a.m. Questions & Discussion10:15 a.m. Refreshment Break10:45 a.m. Community Running Clinics: Screening and Treatment Jason K. Banks, P.T., O.C.S. & Kaylan Q. Groen, A.T.R., A.T.C.11:05 a.m. Invited Guest Speaker Running Evaluation and Effects of Step Rate Manipulation Bryan C. Heiderscheit, P.T., Ph.D.11:45 a.m. Questions & Discussion12:00 p.m. Announcements Jacob L. Sellon, M.D.12:05 p.m. Lunch MINI-SYMPOSIUM ON THE FOOT/ANKLE1:05 p.m. Announcements/Introduction Jacob L. Sellon, M.D.1:10 p.m. Physical Examination of the Foot/Ankle (Live Demonstration) Daniel B. Ryssman, M.D.1:30 p.m. Posterior Tibialis Tendon Dysfunction: Evaluation and Treatment in the Athlete Richard C. Larsen, P.T., O.C.S.1:50 p.m. Injection Therapies for Plantar Fasciopathy: What Is the Current Evidence? Jacob L. Sellon, M.D.2:10 p.m. Questions & Discussion2:25 p.m. Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus Norman S. Turner III, M.D.2:45 p.m. Imaging Evaluation of Commonly Missed Ankle Injuries Mark S. Collins, M.D.3:05 p.m. Questions and Discussion3:15 p.m. Refreshment Break3:45 p.m. Clinical Anatomy of the Foot/Ankle (Live Demonstration) Norman S. Turner III, M.D., Daniel B. Ryssman, M.D. & Nirusha Lachman, Ph.D.4:10 p.m. Ultrasound-Guided Foot/Ankle Injection Techniques (Live Demonstration) Jay Smith, M.D.4:35 p.m. Ankle Arthroscopy (Live Demonstration) Daniel B. Ryssman, M.D. & Norman S. Turner III, M.D.5:00 p.m. Announcements & Adjourn Jacob L. Sellon, M.D.Program Schedule - Friday, November 8, 2013
  6. 6. 7:30 a.m. Breakfast8:00 a.m. Announcements Jacob L. Sellon, M.D.8:05 a.m. Update on Concussion Evaluation and Management Chad A. Eickhoff, M.A., A.T.R., A.T.C., C.S.C.S.8:25 a.m. Role of Vestibular Rehabilitation in Concussion Management Neil T. Shepard, Ph.D.8:45 a.m. Question & Discussion8:55 a.m. Keynote Speaker PRP and Stem Cell Therapies: An Evidence-Based Update on theScience and Clinical Applications Gerard A. Malanga, M.D.9:35 a.m. Questions & Discussion9:45 a.m. Refreshment Break10:05 a.m. Osteochondral Injuries of the Knee: OCD Fixation and OsteochondralTransplantation Michael J. Stuart, M.D.10:15 a.m. Cell-Based Articular Cartilage Regeneration Techniques Aaron J. Krych, M.D.10:25 a.m. Rehabilitation after Articular Cartilage Restoration Surgery Joseph J. Eischen, P.T., A.T.C., C.S.C.S.10:35 a.m. Questions & Discussion10:45 a.m. Physical Therapy Considerations for the Athlete with LumbarSpondylolysis Steven B. Finnie, P.T., D.P.T., M.Ed.11:05 a.m. Interventional Spine Procedures in the Athlete Cara C. Prideaux, M.D.11:25 a.m. Questions & Discussion11:35 a.m. Keynote Speaker The Flaws in Isolating and Treating ‘The Pain Generator’ in Low BackPain: A More Comprehensive Approach Gerard A. Malanga, M.D.12:15 p.m. Questions & Discussion12:25 p.m. Closing Comments and Adjourn Jacob L. Sellon, M.D.Program Schedule - Saturday, November 9, 2013
  7. 7. 23rd AnnualMayo Clinic Symposium on Sports MedicineNovember 8-9, 2013 • Kahler Grand Hotel, Rochester, MNREGISTRATION FORM 2013R857Mail form and payment to:Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development Phone: 800-323-2688 or 507-284-2509Plummer 2-60 FAX: 507-284-0532200 First Street SW E-mail: cme@mayo.edu­Rochester, MN 55905 Web site: www.mayo.edu/cmeRegister on-line at: http://www.mayo.edu/cme/sports-medicine-2013r857Payment Information* - (US funds only * Wire transfers will be assessed a $25 USD fee. )Check is enclosed in the amount shown at right – make checks payable to Mayo Clinic Payment TotalCredit Card – select one Account Number Exp Date – mm/yyDiscover MasterCard   VisaName of Cardholder – as it appears on the card Signature of Cardholder – required XContact InformationName of Registrant – first name, middle name or initial, and last name Degree – select all that applyMD DO PT ATCOther - specifyName of Institution Medical SpecialtyPreferred Mailing Address – select one Work/Business HomeWork/Business Address – street address Work Phone – include all country and city/area codesas needed along with complete phone numberCity State or Province ZIP or Postal Code CountryHome Address – street address Home Phone – include all country and city/area codesas needed along with complete phone numberCity State or Province ZIP or Postal Code CountryE-mail Address FAX – include all country and city/area codes as needed along with complete phone numberFAX Location – select oneWork/BusinessHomeIf you have special assistance needs or dietary restrictions, describe here:SPECIALNEEDSRegistrationType of credit that you are interested in receiving: AMA/Category 1™ AAFP BOCRegistration Fee: Physicians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 405 $ ________ Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists, Residents, Nurses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 305 $ ________Total Payment Enclosed $ ________
  8. 8. 23rdAnnualMayoClinicSymposiumonSportsMedicineNovember8-9,2013KahlerGrandHotelRochester,Minnesota©2013MayoFoundationforMedicalEducationandResearchMC8002-14rev0513REGISTERNOW!http://www.mayo.edu/cme/sports-medicine-2013r857Ifyoualreadyreceivedacopyofthisbrochure,pleasegivetoaninterestedcolleague.MayoSchoolofContinuousProfessionalDevelopmentMAYOCLINIC200FirstStreetSWRochester,MN55905