4th Annual DePaul Sports Medicine Symposium
Friday, June 28, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 5:35 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
4th Annual DePaul Sports Medicine Symposium:
The Endurance Athlete
A symposium designed to help the sports medicine professional stay current and apply new techniques in the rehabilitation of athletes of all kinds.
ALL PROCEEDS WILL FUND DEPAUL UNIVERSITY'S ATHLETIC TRAINING PROGRAM.
Please pick one (1) breakout session for each registrant.
This course is approved for 5.0 CEUs for PT's and AT's.
*No refunds for tickets purchased after June 14, 2013*
11:00 am Registration - Boxed Lunch pick-up and registration
11:55 am Introduction - Noreen Karadsheh, MEd, ATC, PES and Sue Walsh, DN, MEd, ATC, ACSM
12:00 pm The Swimmers's Shoulder: An Orthopedic Perspective Brian Cole, MD, MBA
12:30 pm Optimal Performance for the Triathlete: A Coach's Perspective Sharone Aharon, MS
1:00 pm The Runner's Hip: Surgical Interventions Michael Terry, MD
1:30 pm Live Cadaver Dissection and Review Michael Terry, MD
2:15 pm Kinetic Chain as it Relates to the Endurance Athlete Philip Malloy, MS, PT, SCS
2:45 pm Test Your Clinical Skills in Endurance Athlete Injuries Kathy Weber, MD, MS
3:15 pm Barefoot and Minimalist Running-Truth Be Told James Winger, MD
3:40 pm Live Cadaver Dissection and Review of the Foot and Ankle Simon Lee, MD
4:25 pm Hydration and Salt Supplementation for the Endurance Athlete James Winger, MD
4:50 pm Breakout Sessions-Choose One
A) Postural Respiration for the Endurance Athlete
Kristen Neisler, MEd, PT, ATC and Sue Walsh, DN, MEd, ATC, ACSM
B) Biomechanical Considerations for Exercise Prescription in the Endurance Athlete
Philip Malloy, MS, PT, SCS
C) Cyclists Perspective: Bike Fits and Exercise Prescription
Terry McIntyre, MPT and Will Watermen, PT, DPT
5:35 pm Closing Remarks
MEET THE PRESENTERS
Brian J. Cole , MD, MBA
Dr. Cole is a Professor in the Department of Orthopedics with a conjoint appointment in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. He lectures nationally and internationally, and through his basic science and clinical research has developed several innovative techniques for the treatment of shoulder, elbow and knee conditions.
Kathleen Weber, MD, MS
Dr. Weber, the Director of Primary Care/Sports Medicine and Women's Sports Medicine at Rush University Medical Center, possesses a unique expertise with the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal issues. Dr. Weber currently serves as a team physician for the Chicago Bulls, Chicago White Sox, Chicago Force Women's Football, and is head team physician for DePaul University.
Simon Lee, MD
Dr. Simon Lee specializes in foot and ankle disorders with strong interests in sports-related injuries, soft tissue and bony reconstructive surgery, and fractures. He is an associated editor of the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS) journal, Foot and Ankle International. He is active in the national education of orthopedic residents and fellow surgeons concerning the foot and ankle with publication in the AOFAS and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) resident publications.
Michael Terry, MD
Dr. Michael Terry grew up in the suburbs of Chicago prior to attending University of Illinois where he graduated with honors in mechanical engineering with bioengineering and pre-med minors. He graduated with honors from University of Chicago's Pritzker School of Medicine where he was named the top student clinically in his class. He then went to Cornell's prestigious Hospital of Specialty Surgery where he completed his orthopedic surgery residency in New York. After residency he attended the Steadman Hawkins Sports Medicine Clinic in Vail, Colorado for his fellowship. He is currently practices and is an associate professor at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Northwestern's Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Terry has won numerous awards including the Charles Neer award, given annually ad the most prestigious award for shoulder research. Dr. Terry is the head team physician for the Chicago Blackhawks, USA Volleyball team, US Ski team and Northwestern University's varsity athletics.
James WInger, MD
Dr. Winger is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine and he holds a Certificate of Added Qualification in Primary Care Sports Medicine. He is an assistant team physician for Loyola University Chicago, medical director of Fleet Feet Soldier Field 10 mile race and event physician at the Chicago Marathon. He is an active researcher and author whose research interests include dehydration, hydration behaviors and foot strike biomechanics and injury risk.
Sharone Aharon, MS
Sharone Aharon is a USA Triathlon Elite Level III Coach and personal trainer. He is the founder and head coach of Well-Fit Triathlon & Training, a coaching company in Chicago. He has competed in all triathlon distances including seven Ironman distances races and three Ironman World Championships in Kona, HI. He has worked with athletes at the Wingate Research Institute, Israel's Olympic Training Center. He has also worked with the USA Triathlon national program for several years and continues to consult with the program.
Philip Malloy, MS, PT, SCS
Philip Malloy graduated with a master's of science in physical therapy from Nazareth College of Rochester, New York in 2003. He received his Sports Clinical Specialist certification from the APTA in 2007. Phil has gained extensive experience treating hip injury through working closely with some of the nation's leading hip joint preservation surgeons and therapists. He lectures extensively at the local national level on hip injury, rehabilitation and lower extremity biomechanics. He serves as a faculty member in orthopedic physical therapy residency program at the University of Chicago Medical Center. Currently, Phil is enrolled as a PhD student and research assistant at Marquette University in the biomechanics and motion analysis laboratory. He is actively engaged in clinical and transitional research examining biomechanics of the lower extremity and the relationship to hip and lower extremity injury. During his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Molly and children Sep and Maeve.
Kristen Neisler, MEd, PT, ATC
Kristen Neisler has practiced as a PT for 12 years and had worked as a PT/AT with NovaCare Rehabilitation and DePaul University Athletics since 2000. She is a full time professor at DePaul teaching Sport and Fitness Management. Kristen has completed an Ironman and a marathon, and is a triathlon coach for Chicago Athletic Clubs.
Sue Walsh, DN, MEd, ATC, ACSM
Sue Walsh has been the Director of Sports Medicine at DePaul since 1997 after serving as an assistant for 5 years. She currently holds a Doctorate in Naprapathic Medicine and applies several innovative techniques to the rehab programs of the DePaul student athletes.
Terry McIntyre, MPT
Terry McIntyre is a Physical Therapist for NovaCare Rehabilitation. Terry earned his bachelor's degree from University of Denver, followed by a master's in physical therapy from Northwestern University. Terry has completed several Chicago Cyclo Cross races and is Green Level certified in Bike Fits by Bike Fit Pro.
Will Waterman, PT, DPT
Will Waterman is a Physical Therapist for NovaCare Rehabilitation. Will earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia. He then went to Armstrong Atlantic State University to earn his doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. He is also a recreational competitive cyclist.
Special Acknowledgement to DePaul University Athletic Training Staff: Sue Walsh, Kristen Neisler, Stacy Dittmer, Jeff Carrico, David McAuliffe, Stephanie Calabrese, Rebecca O'Connell, Stacey Nauman.
When & Where
NovaCare Rehabiltation and Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush
Please email our course coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 773-248-2578 if you have any questions.