Fall Symposium Course Information

Our 28th Fall Symposium will be held live (tentatively) on September 25, 2021, at The Event Center in Nashua, NH. Check back in 2021 for course information.

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

Register today!

Time Topics & Speakers*

9:00

 

Welcome

 

PAIN

9:02

Nociplastic Pain: What is it, how do you detect it, what can you do about it? - Christopher Joyce, PT, PhD, SCS

9:36

Practical Pain Neuroscience Education for Clinicians - Christopher Joyce, PT, PhD, SCS

9:52

Enhancing Self-Efficacy in Patients in Pain - Christopher Joyce, PT, PhD, SCS

10:11

Opioid Minimizing Multi-Modal Pain Management:  A Discussion on the Latest Data, Techniques and Trends - Scott Sigman, MD

10:37

Panel Discussion: Q&A

11:00

BREAK

 

UPPER EXTREMITY

11:30

Ligament Repairs in the Hand and Wrist: The Uses and Benefits of Internal Splinting - Andrew Stein, MD

 11:48

Carpometacarpal (CMC) Arthroplasty of the Thumb: Where are we in 2020? - Andrew Stein, MD

12:10

A New Method to Objectively Measure Scapular Mobility – Timothy Uhl, PhD, PT, ATC, FNATA

12:27

Effectiveness of Stabilizing the Scapula when Stretching the Shoulder – Timothy Uhl, PhD, PT, ATC, FNATA

12:42

Eccentric Role in Shoulder Rehabilitation – Timothy Uhl, PhD, PT, ATC, FNATA

12:58

Panel Discussion: Q&A

1:20

BREAK

 

SPINE

1:50

Motion Preservation in Cervical Spine Surgery - Christian Klare, MD

2:26

Spinal Cord Injury: Treatment and Rehabilitation - Christian Klare, MD

 2:39

Minimally Invasive Lumbar Fusion - Christian Klare, MD

2:51

Q&A

3:11

BREAK

 

TRAUMA

3:25

Atypical Femur Fractures: Bisphosphonates, Fractures, and Rehab for Hip Fractures - John Wixted, MD

3:48

Avoiding the Big Potholes in Orthopedic Trauma: Pre-op Diagnosis and Post-op Rehabilitation - John Wixted, MD

4:14

Splinting Tips and Tricks - John Wixted, MD

4:23

Q&A

4:45

Closing Remarks

 

*We reserve the right to change speakers and/or topics.

**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 dissection workshop. 

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