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Meet our 2017 Speakers

Robin Lensch, AT, CSCS

Robin maintains a current understanding on concussion management “Best Practices” and led the south Dayton suburbs in bringing computerized neurocognitive testing to local high schools with the assistance of a local pediatric neurosurgeon. As sports medicine centers developed their concussion management programs she has assisted in bringing programs up to national standards of care.

Laura Stafford, AT, MEd.

Laura has been an Athletic Trainer in both clinical and school settings for eighteen years now. She received her degree from Ohio University in Athletic Training with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology. She went on to get a Masters in Health Education at the University of Tulsa. As the Education Coordinator at Kettering Sports Medicine she manages multiple educational opportunities for staff, coaches and the public.

Mark Shoreman, MD

Dr. Shoreman is Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine. He has special interests in musculoskeletal medicine and diagnostic/ interventional ultrasound. Dr. Shoreman is particularly passionate about regenerative medicine and keeping up to date with level one evidence in this blossoming field.

Timothy Harman, DO

Dr. Harman specializes in arthroscopic, post-traumatic and reconstructive surgery of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. Dr. Harman completed a Fellowship in hand and microsurgery at Curtis National Hand Center, Union Memorial Hospital (Baltimore, Maryland). He received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from the University of Health Sciences (Kansas City, Missouri).

Kristi Bradford, Base Lead MedFlight 8

Kristi has extensive experience with local fire/EMS agencies. She regularly trains and tests in annual core competencies as well as real life care to achieve the most advanced skills possible in critical care medicine. Kristi Bradford regularly presents emergency air transport lectures in continuing education for allied healthcare providers.

Molly Tatum, DO

Dr. Tatum earned her bachelor’s degree in health education and athletic training from the University of Cincinnati, went on to pursue her master’s in sports medicine at the University of Miami and then a doctorate in osteopathic medicine from Ohio University. She completed her residency in orthopedic surgery at Grandview Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio followed by a fellowship in sports medicine orthopedic surgery at MedStar Union Hospital in Baltimore. Dr. Tatum previously served as a team physician for universities and professional sports teams, including the Baltimore Ravens.


2017 Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of the program participants should be able to:



1. Develop and Implement current rehabilitation techniques for post hip arthroscopy patients

2. List effective trajectory based treatment strategies for concussion patients.

3. Compare and contrast between effective and non-effective application of regenerative medicine procedures for sports related injuries.

4. Establish a chain of communication with emergency helicopter transport and establish safe landing zones.

5. Describe current trends and procedures for upper extremity surgical procedures of the hand, wrist and elbow for sports related injuries.

6. Apply pain neuroscience education and tools that assist with that learning to develop a patient focused educational resource.


2017 Course Agenda

7:30-7:45 Sign in & light breakfast

7:45-8:45 Robin Lensch, AT, CSCS - Trajectory Based Concussion Treatment

8:45-9:45 Kristi Bradford, Paramedic - Emergency Air Transport & Landing Zones

9:45-10:00 BREAK

10:00-11:00 Laura Stafford, AT, MEd. - Coaching Patients Through Pain

11:00-12:00 Timothy Harman, DO - Upper Extremity Surgical Procedures

12:00-12:45 Lunch on your own

12:45-1:45 Mark Shoreman, MD - Ultrasound & Regenerative Medicine

1:45-2:45 Molly Tatum, DO - Hip Arthroscopy Procedures




       Continuing Education & CME Accreditation

Kettering Health Network is accredited by the Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.  The Kettering Health Network designates this live activity for a maximum of 6 hours AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.   Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.



The program has been approved for 6.0 category “A” CEU by the BOC for Athletic Trainers (P3126).   Request for 6.0 EBP CE pending with the BOC

Applications submitted and approval pending for 6.0 CEU for OT/OTA and 6.0 CE for PT/PTA from the Ohio Physical Therapy Association .


REGISTRATION OPTIONS
REGISTRATION TYPE: SELECT:
New & Emerging Leader Series $750.00
Advanced Leader Series $1,550.00
CANCELLATION POLICY

All cancellation requests received 14 business days or greater prior to the event date will be issued a credit or full refund.

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