October 23, 2017

International Concussion Symposium

NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

The International Concussion Organization’s 1st Annual Concussion Symposium, held at the Best Buy Theater, Times Square, New York on July 17, 2014, included scientific presentations, round table discussions, real-world applications, cutting edge technologies, and interactive audience events. Leaders in business and medicine, top physicians and elite current and ex-professional athletes presented and participated in discussions.

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International Concussion Symposium online access includes 6.5 hours of continuing education*, delivered via video, including presentations from the following experts:

CollinsMMICKY COLLINS, PhD
Keynote Speaker
Establishing Clinical Trajectories for
the Active Treatment and Rehabilitation of
Sports Related Concussions
KutcherJEFF KUTCHER, PhD
The Neurologic Approach to Brain Injury in Athletes
AmbroseRichard Ambrose, JD
Negligence and Immunity in Concussion Litigation
CongeniJoe Congeni, MD Concussion Management in Youth Sports: More Questions than Answers
LagerSean Lager, MD
Concussion Management in the High School Athlete
FrenchSrBarry French, Sr
Replicating the Demands of Game Play
ShettyTeena Shetty, MD Concussions and Academics admin-ajaxRobb Rehberg, PhD, ATC Concussion Liability Issues
CardenasJavier Cardenas, MD Barrow Brainbook and Barrow Brainball: Concussion Education for Athletes EyupeScott Euype, PT
The Cervical Spine and Concussion
LewarchikTodd Lewarchick
The Importance of Cervical Stability Testing
ShapiroMarla Shapiro
Where Cultures Collide: Sports Concussions and Return to Learn, Work and Play
JordanMichael Jordan, Esq.
Concussion Legal Case Review
HintonRichard Hinton, MD
Concussion in Lacrosse: Mechanism, Prevention & Intervention
AllenJeff Allen, ATC
The Role of Athletic Trainers in the Prevention, Management and Treatment of Concussion
Jon GSSIebler, MD
Traumatic Brain Injury in Mixed Martial Arts

LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY (ATHLETIC TRAINERS)

Based on the NATA’s Professional Development Committee’s system of education levels for programming, this program has been designated as ADVANCED, meaning that it includes in-depth theory, concepts and applications of information and/or techniques that are considered beyond the Essential Level.

 

 

 

 

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*Sport Safety International is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers.  Provider No. P-8228.