JOIN US FEBRUARY 3, 2018.

This program focuses on evidence based practices for use of the latest technology and surgical procedures used to treat orthopaedic conditions associated with musculoskeletal trauma of the brachial plexus, knee, and shoulder. It includes a brief overview of the related anatomy, as well as rehabilitation considerations for non-operative treatment options and post-surgical therapy protocols. The identification, evaluation, and management of chronic traumatic encephalopathy will also be discussed. Plus, collegiate sports medicine administration considerations will be reviewed. Program content is designed to assist healthcare providers with acquiring the skills and knowledge to provide quality care and improve patient outcomes.

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February 3, 2018 | Rosen Centre Hotel | 7:00 a.m.

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Deadline for early registration is midnight Friday, January 26, 2018 (mail in registration must be received by this date). Register by either printing out the registration form and mailing it with payment OR register by using the form found on this page. Please complete the entire form to receive proper continuing education credits. Questions? Call 407.254.2501 or email Andy Reber.

Please consider donating new or gently used sporting equipment the day of the seminar for Orange and Seminole children in need.

A $60 ($95 for MD, DO & PA, $35 for students [no CEUs given for students]) registration fee covers the program, continuing education credits, and lunch. All proceeds will benefit the 501 (c)(3) nonprofit Orlando Orthopaedic Center Foundation. Please make checks payable to Orlando Orthopaedic Center Foundation. Registration received after midnight January 26 is $80 ($115 for MD, DO & PA). On-site registration can not guarantee food selection.

Please consider donating new or gently used sporting equipment the day of the seminar for Orange and Seminole children in need.

To keep cost down & save trees we will not be printing a program manual for this seminar. We will send out an e-blast after the seminar is over with a link to a digital copy of all presentations. A small program agenda and evaluation form will be handed out at no additional cost.

Please consider donating new or gently used sporting equipment the day of the seminar for Orange and Seminole children in need.