Stockton Sports Medicine Symposium
"A Casual Exchange of Information"
Sponsored By 
 
"The Recognized Leader in Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services"
Saturday July 15, 2000
A-Wing Lecture Hall
Cost: $55- ATC's,PT's,PTA's
$30- Students (including May 2000 Graduates)
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The Concept
Speakers/ Topics
Background
Dress Code
 Registration Info
Schedule
Speaker Info
CEU's
 Format
Lunch Menu
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The Concept 
A few things I never liked about seminars, symposiums, (and the like) ... being there by 8 am (hey, it's Saturday) ... the formal, stuffy atmosphere ... and walking around with a silly name tag on me.  So we're having a summer symposium and these are the guidelines: no name tags, we start at 10 am, and sandals are appropriate.  It's the content of the symposium that counts.  Don't let anybody fool ya.  And we hope to clear that hurdle with a casual exchange of useful information.  It is our intention to make this a stress- free, informal gathering.  We ask that you kick back, relax and enjoy the day.  We promise to do things a bit different to achieve this goal. 
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The symposium is directed toward practicing Certified Athletic Trainers and Physical Therapists.  However, the information is definitley applicable to PTA's-- and students and anyone with a sports medicine interest are certainly welcome.
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Speakers and their Topics-
Dr. Dave Anapolle, MD  
Pace Orthopedics
The Current State of Articular Cartilage Repair: 
Patches, Cobblestones, & Repaving
Doug Dannehower, PT, OCS- Physical Therapist 
Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation
Open Tibial Fracture Rehabilitation: A Case Study
Mike Goldenberg, MS, ATC- Head Athletic Trainer The Lawrenceville School Management of Mild Head Injuries in Athletics 
(Utilizing the Standardized Assessment of Concussions- SAC)
Ned Lenny, PT- Physical Therapist 
Novacare
Managing & Treating the Cause of the Cause of Pathology/ Injury
Jim Phillips, PT, ATC- Physical Therapist 
Suburban Physical Therapy Center
Physical Therapy in NJ: Past, Present & Future* 
(Representing the APTANJ)
Dr. Brian Sennett, MD, Chief- Sports Medicine 
University of Pennsylvania Hospital
Update on Shoulder Surgery and Implications for  
Rehabilitation
Mike Weis, PT, ATC- Owner/ Operator 
MCRC Physical Therapy
Shoulder Rehabilitation for the Golfer
John Worley, ATC- Head Athletic Trainer 
Philadelphia Flyers
Management of Groin Pain
*The ATSNJ declined our offer to participate in the symposium.
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CEU's  
For Certified Athletic Trainers: We are recognized by the NATA Board of Certification to offer continuing education for certified athletic trainers.  An NATABOC report of attendance will be issued for 6 CEU's. 

For Physical Therapists: The APTA-NJ has awarded the 2000 symposium .675 CEU's and we will supply a certificate of attendance for this amount.

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Dress Code 
What's our dress code?  Well, actually we don't have one.  It's July, it's hot, it's humid, it's NJ .... for those of us who work in high schools or colleges, it's the off-season ... so we ask that you dress comfortably.  Our preference?  We'd love to see everyone relaxing in shorts, and t-shirts.  Formal, shmormal- that's our mantra.  Take a few notes, hang around with a few people you like, and filter the sports medicine info flowing your way.
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Symposium Background 
The process began last summer with our first symposium.  We put together a skeleton format ("there weren't a whole lot of extras") and charged a minimal fee to get the ball rolling.  We managed to secure some excellent speakers and pulled off a successful program.  The success of "Numero Uno" has led to our "casual symposium" returning for a second year.  We now have made the commitment to turning this into an annual event and we are dedicated to steadily improving and growing this Sports Medicine Gathering.  

As nice as all this is, it doesn't explain our primary motivation for the symposium.  With no offense intended to those of you in the "07" zip code ... our primary motivation was ... it never seems Sports Medicine Professionals get much priority attention in South Jersey.  Most of the seminars aren't in our zip code ... or it's a long haul to get there, and the darn things always start too early for a long drive.  So our primary motivation was (and remains): the general thought that a symposium in the "08" zip code fills a need to area professionals.

Presentation Schedule
9:15 am Check-in and Registration
9:55 am Welcome:  
Jon Heck, MS, ATC
10:00 am Shoulder Rehabilitation for Golfers  
Mike Weis, PT, ATC
10:50 am Management of Mild Head Injuries in Athletics: Implementing the SAC 
Mike Goldenberg, MS, ATC
11:40 am The Current State of Articular Cartilage Repair: Patches, Cobblestones, & Repaving 
Dr. Dave Anapolle, MD
12:30 pm Rehabilitation of an Open Tibial Fracture: Case Study 
Doug Dannehower, PT, OCS
1:15 pm Break/ Lunch
2:05 pm Managing and Treating the Cause of the Cause of Pathology/ Injury 
Ned Lenny, PT
2:55 pm  Physical Therapy in NJ: Past, Present & Future 
Jim Phillips, PT, ATC
3:35 pm Management of Groin Pain 
John Worley, ATC
4:25 pm Update on Shoulder Surgery & Implications for Rehabilitation 
Dr. Brian Sennett, MD
5:30 pm Closing Remarks 
Jon Heck, MS, ATC
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 Registration Info
The registration deadline is Monday, July 10th.  (Mail-In registration makes running this a whole lot easier.)
To get to a printable registration form click here.
There will be limited walk-in registration, based on the number of pre-registrants.  So it could be 1 or it could be 30.   (Payment by check makes things a lot easier for us.)
Cost for ATC's, PT's, PTA's- $55.  For students- $30.
Questions or problems should be directed to Jon Heck at 609-652-4952.
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Format 
The presentation format for the symposium will be a straight lecture style.  Each presentation will run approximately 40 minutes and be followed by a 5 minute Q&A from the audience.  The exception is the "PT in NJ" presentation will run 30 minutes.  

We will allow 5 minute "mini-breaks" between each lecture while we set up for the next presentation.  We do ask that you return to your seats within this 5 minute time frame to allow minimal distractions from the start of the next presentation.  The major break will be during lunch which begins at 1:15pm and will last 45 minutes. 

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Lunch Menu
Subs (turkey, roast beef, italian, cheese)
Pasta Salad
Potato Chips
Pretzels
Cookies
Brownies
Soda/ Bottled Water (Yea, we're hip)
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In the AM
Coffee & Tea
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 Speaker Backgrounds
Dr. Dave Anapolle, MD
Dave did his undergrad work at Cornell University and then earned his MD from UMDNJ.  He presently is a partner at Pace Orthopedics in Somers Point.  Prior to that he was with Rancocas Orthopedic Associates.  He did his fellowship at the Orthopedic Specialty Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Dave is an orthopedic consultant with our athletic program and returns for his second year as a presenter at our symposium.  He has 4 publications to his credit and over 10 previous presentations.
Doug Dannehower, PT, OCS
Doug received his bachelors degree in physical therapy from East Carolina University.  He is currently the Clinical Director at Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation in Cape May.  Prior to this Doug was with Sports Physical Therapists, Inc and Novacare.  He is a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist.
Mike Goldenberg, MS, ATC
Mike did his undergrad work in athletic training at Plymouth State University and his graduate work at the State University of NY at Buffalo.  He is the Head Athletic Trainer at Lawrenceville High School.  Mike is the Webmaster/ Designer for the ATSNJ, EATA, NATA District II, and the DATA (Delaware).  He is also a member of the NATABOC Technology Task Force.  He has done over 20 sports medicine presentations including the 1999 NATA Annual Conference.  Mike also has been published 5 times including 2 in the Journal of Athletic Training.
Ned Lenny, PT
Ned received his physical therapy degree from UMDNJ.  He is a physical therapist/ center manager at Novacare Rehabilitation in Glassboro, NJ.  From 1987-97 he was a partner at South Jersey Physical Therapy Assoiciates in Mt. Laurel.  He also was an Adjunct Professor at Rowan in the athletic training program.  Ned returns for his second year to our symposium and has given himself a tough act to follow.  In his presentation last year he started out in a suit and ended up practically in his underwear.  Encore.
Jim Phillips, PT, ATC
Jim did his undergrad work in athletic training at Montclair University and earned his Masters in physical therapy from Columbia University.  He is an Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University in their Graduate Medical Education Program.  Jim is also a Clinical Instructor at Columbia University.  He has numerous presentations to his credit and was a speaker with Pacific Coast Seminars.  Jim also is a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist.
Dr. Brian Sennett, MD
Brian received his bachelors degree from Brown University where he was an All-Ivy League baseball player.  He earned his MD from the University of Pennsylvania.  He is now the Chief of Sports Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital.  Prior to that he was an Associate Director at the Joe Torg Center for Sports Medicine.  Brian is an Associate Professor in the Dept. of Orthopedics at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital.  He did his fellowships in the hand and upper extremity at the Univ of Mississippi Medical Center and the Univ of Pennslylvania.  Brian has presented at over 15 sports medicine forums.  He has over 21 publications to his credit, including much of the landmark work on spearing in football.  Philadelphia Magazine placed him in the "Top Doctors in Philadelphia" in 1996-99.
Mike Weis, PT, ATC
Mike received his PT degree from UMDNJ and his athletic training credentials from William Paterson University.  After 6 years with HealthSouth as an Area Administrator, Mike bucked the current trend, recently opening his own private practice-- MCRC Physical Therapy in West Orange NJ.  Prior to that he worked for Professional Sports Care.  Mike has also been Editor in Chief for Current Concepts in Sports Medicine and a Clinical Editor for Sports Medicine Update.  He has authored 3 articles including Minimizing Liability Risks of Head and Neck Injuries in Football, which is viewable on our website.  He has presented in several forums including the American College of Sports Medicine.  Mike also received the William Paterson Distinguished Alumni Award in 1998.
John Worley, ATC
John did his undergrad work in athletic training at West Chester University.  He has been the Head Athletic Trainer with the Philadelphia Flyers since 1994.  He also worked with the Flyers as a consultant from 1987-1994.  Prior to his present position, John was with Sports Physical Therapists, Inc and the Woodbury Sports Medicine Center.