Twin Cities Sports Medicine Conference - Marathon Weekend 2017

Twin Cities Sports Medicine Conference - Marathon Weekend 2017

When: Thursday, September 28, 2017, to Friday, September 29, 2017

Where: McNamara Alumni Center, 200 SE Oak St, Minneapolis, MN 55455

The Twin Cities Sports Medicine Conference is a dynamic conference providing health care professionals with the latest treatment updates for commonly diagnosed sports medicine issues, focusing on return to play issues. This one-day interactive conference will equip healthcare providers with practical solutions through hands-on workshops, engaging talks, case discussions, question-and-answer periods, and panel presentations. Speakers include local and nationally recognized experts. Two Thursday evening optional pre-conference workshops focus on Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Guided Injections (MD emphasis) and Return to Play After Lower Extremity Injury (PT/ATC emphasis). This conference is ideal for sports medicine physicians, primary care physicians, physiatrists, physical therapists, athletic trainers and other sports‐related healthcare professionals who take care of athletes.

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