16th Annual Wichita Sports Medicine Symposium
Friday June 7th
1230-1300 – Registration
1300-1400 – Shana Gatschet, OT
Topic: Evidenced Based Tip’s & Tools for Treating your Parkinson’s Patients
- Understand the evidenced based research concluding the benefits of exercise in treating person’s with Parkinson’s Disease
- Identify and understand various treatment interventions for the different stages of Parkinson’s Disease
1400-1500 – Dr. Damion Walker, DO
Topic: Robotics in Orthopedics
- Understand the different surgical procedures that are now being done with Robotics
- Identify the rehabilitation differences between robotics and traditional surgeries
1500-1510 – Break
1510 – 1610 – Phil Vardiman, PhD, LAT, ATC
Topic: Making Teams Stronger Through a Team-Based Fitness and Wellness Program
- Participants will be able to identify the necessary components of a “needs-based” functional wellness program that is intended to: 1) Mitigate injury, 2) Increase overall fitness, and 3) Integrate general health and well-being strategies
- Participants will be able to conceptualize the “needs-based” functional wellness program and create an individualized multi-disciplinary healthcare team utilizing community resources in their area.
- Participants will be able to apply a Strengths Weakness Opportunities Threats (SWOT) analysis for their functional wellness program.
1610 – 1620 – Break
1620 – 1720 – B.J. Lehecka, DPT
- Participants will understand the importance of the gluteal muscles and be able to accurately test their endurance, strength, power, neuromuscular control, and flexibility
- Participants will understand which exercises have evidence-based support for increasing the many facets of gluteal function
1720 – 1820 – Dr. Danial Prohaska, M.D.
Topic: The Superior Labrum: treatment of labrum and proximal biceps tendon injuries in 2019
- Understand the indications for treatment of the superior labrum. Does the mechanism fit the prescription?
- Understand the biceps tendon and it’s role in shoulder pain when unstable or degenerative.
1830 – 2000: BBQ Dinner and beverages catered by When Pigs Fly BBQ
2000 – 2230: Please Join Us For A Great Social: At the Wichita Marriott Hotel. Adult Beverages, Snacks and a Good Time. Room TBA
Saturday June 8th
0730-0800 – Registration
0800-0900 – Ryan Thiele, PhD LAT ATC
Topic: Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography: Measurements for Clinical and Research Methodology
- Will be able to describe common ultrasonography characteristics related to the musculoskeletal system
- Describe how common musculoskeletal ultrasonography characteristics may have pertinent applications in the clinical and research settings.
0900 – 0910 – Break
0910 – 1010 – Rob Manske, DPT
Topic: GIRD – The Throwers Demise – Evolution of Examination, and Treatment
- Participants will be able to describe signs and symptoms of GIRD
- Participants will be able to list several different treatment methods to increase internal rotation ROM
1010 – 1110 – Holly Zook Milligan, DPT
Topic: Fascia – Why it matters for how we treat today’s “athlete”
- Describe and understand the facts and fiction of Fascia: the body’s “new” organ
- Understand the effects of fascia before and after and injury
1110-1130 – Break
1130 – 1230 Rich Foveaux, DC
Topic: Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Sonography
- Be able to describe the normal appearance of muscles, tendons, and ligaments on a sonographic evaluation.
- Gain an understanding of the clinical advantages and disadvantages of sonography to evaluate common sports injuries and of ultrasound guided dry needling for the treatment of tendinopathy
1230 – 1245 – Lunch
1245 – 1345 – David Fitzhugh, PhD, LAT, ATC, Paramedic I/C
Topic: Athlete Sudden Death
- Participants will be able to identify signs and symptoms of emergent medical conditions in sports.
- Participants will be able to determine appropriate care of emergent medical conditions in sports.
- Participants will be able to develop preventative measures to reduce sudden death in sports.
1345 – 1445 – Thomas Sanders, M.D.
Topic: Femoroacetabular Impingement
- Define the components Femoroacetabular Impingement
- Discuss treatment options related to Femoroacetabular Impingement
1445-1500 – Wrap Up
Total Hours: 11