Fall Symposium Course Information

Our 24th Annual Fall Symposium will be held Saturday, September 16, 2017, at SERESC in Bedford, NH.

Looking for Symposium Handouts from past meetings? Contact Sandy (sandy@nhmi.net) for the direct-access URLs.

 

Course Information

Description: Timely, informative clinical updates for physical therapy, athletic training and other musculoskeletal professionals. Six contact hours and 6 Category 1 CME. This program will be submitted for approval for a maximum of 6 Evidence Based Category CEUs.

Where: SERESC Conference Center, Bedford, NH

When: The 2017 meeting is scheduled for Saturday, September 16.

SPEAKER HANDOUTS will be all electronic and will be available to attendees. Attendees will receive an email with a link to the handouts. Handouts will be posted as we receive them from the speakers.

Time Topics

7:00-8:00

SPECIAL SESSION FOR NHMI MEMBERS ONLY*: Hip: Dissection & Anatomy Review: Kathleen Hogan, MD

8:00-11:45

MORNING SESSION

8:00-8:10

Welcome - James Vailas

8:10-8:45

Fascial Foundations in the Treatment of Soft Tissue Injuries – Todd Lazenby

8:45-9:20

TBD – Marjorie King

9:20-9:55

Hamstrung by Hamstring Strains – Timothy Tyler

9:55-10:25

BREAK

10:25- 11:10

Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Surgical Demonstration – James Vailas, MD

11:10-11:45

TBD - TBD

11:45-12:45

LUNCH

12:45-4:00

AFTERNOON SESSION

12:45-1:20

TBD – Marjorie King

1:20-1:55

Evidence Based Treatment of Shoulder Impingements – Timothy Tyler

1:55-2:15

BREAK

2:15-2:50

TBD - TBD

2:50-3:25

The Future of Health Reform – David Jones

3:25- 4:00

Intervention Techniques and Considerations for Common Lower Extremity Myofascial Restrictions – Todd Lazenby


*The morning dissection workshop is a special feature available to NHMI members only. Because space is limited to 10 participants, interested members enter a drawing and participation is granted by random selection. Workshop participants pay an additional $25. Please note: Signing up for the drawing and/or paying membership dues does not guarantee participation in the foot & ankle dissection workshop.

New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute