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|All Day Saturday with lunch||$50|
|Student Registration - All Day Saturday (high school and college students)||$15|
|Virtual Zoom Sessions||$35|
|Deadline for early registration: May 18th To Register.|
|Day of Registration: (check or cash)||$60.|
|Day of Student Registration: (check or cash)||$25|
5.5 CEUs are available for Athletic Trainers
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites, 970 Pike Street, Marietta, OH 45750
Room block code: MC AT Symposium Available: May 20-22, 2022 Price: $84/night + tax per night
Speakers & Schedule
Dr. Chad Weber, D.O. '97
Orthopedic Associates of Southwest Ohio
Session 1- 8:30 am
"Surgical Hip Injuries in the Athlete"
- Demonstrate knowledge of clinical assessment and diagnosis of surgical hip injuries in athletes
- Demonstrate knowledge of the acute care for surgical hip injuries in athletes
- Identify the appropriate referral to advanced medical care for definitive surgical treatment
- Demonstrate knowledge of basic surgical anatomy and surgical technique options for surgical hip injuries in athletics.
Dr. Mark Plumby, M.D.
Sports Medicine Marietta Memorial Health System & First Settlement Orthopaedics
Session 2 - 9:30 am
“Shoulder Instability – Be prepared for their first episode”
- Describe reliable physical exam maneuvers
- Identify on field management techniques
- Appraise in-season decision making compared to out-of-season decision making
- Discuss AT’s role in post-op recovery
Dr. Jaclyn Schwieterman Ed.D., AT
Athletic Training Program Director at Marietta College
Session 3 - 10:30 am
"Interprofessional Education and Practice - IPE How can you help me?"
- Identify the difference between IPE and IPCP
- Identify ways to incorporate IPE and IPCP into clinical practice
- Identify ways to include students in IPE/IPCP
Lunch 11:30 am
Natalie Ball, PA-C '10
Marietta Memorial Health System
Session 4 - 12:15 pm
"The Benefits and Therapeutic Application of Yoga and Meditation for Stress Reduction and Disease Prevention" *
- Defining positive vs. negative stress
- Describe the physiology of the stress cycle
- Explain the link between stress and disease
- Identify how yoga/meditation can reduce stress
*Bring a yoga mat if you own one or you can borrow one. Dress warm, wear comfortable clothes, and bring a towel/eye pillow/scarf to cover your eyes during the meditation.
2:15 - Conclusion/survey
Dr. Shawn Talbott, Ph.D. '89
PsychoNutritionist & Author
Possible Post Symposium Session Online CEU
"Mental Fitness & the Gut-Brain-Axis"
- Describe mechanisms by which nutrition may influence stress, mood, resilience, mental focus, and sleep quality.
- Identify the effects of nutrients and dietary patterns.
- Identify how the feelings of physical energy and stress resilience emanate from a balanced Gut;
- Identify the hallmarks of a balanced brain
- Identify approaches to maximizing mood, motivation and mental fitness.
- Describe the Gut-Brain-Axis
May 6, 2022 or Before- 100% Refund
May 13, 2022 or Before- 50% Refund
May 16, 2022 and after- No Refund