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Dr. Dave Anapolle, MD
Dave did his undergrad work at Cornell University and then earned his MD from UMDNJ. He completed his Orthopedic Surgery Residency at Seton Hall University. He then went on to a Sports Medicine fellowship at the Orthopedic Specialty Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. There Dave had the opportunity to work with professional athletes and the US Ski Team. He presently is a partner at Pace Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Somers Point. Dave is an orthopedic consultant with our athletic program and returns for his third year as a presenter at our symposium. He has 4 publications to his credit and over 10 previous presentations.

Dayle Federico, PT
Dayle obtained her bachelors degree in physical therapy from Stockton. She has been with the Bacharach Institute of Rehabilitation since 1996 as a physical therapist and the Spinal Cord Injury Program Coordinator. Dayle has presented numerous times on topics relating to spinal cord injuries in a variety of forums.

Jon Heck MS, ATC
Jon has been the Coordinator of Athletic Training at Stockton since 1991. He obtained his athletic training credentials fromWilliam Paterson Univeristy where he also minored in Literature. He then obtained his master's degree from the University of Florida. Jon is an Associate Editor for Sports Medicine Update and was also an editor for Current Concepts in Sports Medicine for a few years in the mid 90's. He has authored 14 articles, most of which are available here. He has presented in several forums including the International Symposium on Head and Neck Injuries in Sports in Atlanta, Georgia.

Dr. John Salvo, MD
John is the Associate Director of Sportsmedicine at MCP Hahnemmann University and also an Assistant Professor in their Department of Orthopedic Surgery. He did his undergrad work at Villanova and obtained his MD from Jefferson Medical College. His fellowships included work with the University of Miami, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Florida International Univ. He has 3 publications to his credit and several more articles in the pipeline. John has presented at 6 other sports medicine forums. He is also the team physician for Drexel University, Roman Catholic & St. Joseph's Prep High Schools. John was awarded the Milton A Wohl Teaching Award in 1999.

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 is returning for his second year at our symposium. 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.

Barb Whedon, MS, RD
Barb obtained her undergrad degree in nutrition from Penn State University and then went on to the University of Kansas for her Master's. She also did her Clinical Internship with the JayHawks in Kansas. Barb is currently an Nutrition Educator and Counselor for Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. This spring she worked as a nutrition consultant to the Philadelphia Phillies during their spring training in Florida. She teaches at both TJU and the Jefferson Medical College. She has over 10 presentations at seminars and meetings to her credit. Barb is also a past recipient of the American Dietetic Association "Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year Award."

Dr. Steve Zabinski, MD
Steve did his undergrad work at Brooklyn College and obtained is MD credentials from Columbia University. He has been in private practice with Shore Orthopaedic University Associates in Somers Point since 1996. His residency was with the Hospital for Special Surgery in NY where he worked with The NY Mets and the NY Giants. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Jefferson University Hospital and the Hospital for Special Surgery. Steve is a consulting orthopedist with Stockton and is also associated with the AC Seagulls and the AC Surf. He has authored 12 research articles. Steve is returning for his second year as a speaker for our symposium and has done over 10 other presentations in his history.


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