Chapter Conferences

Fall 2018

2019 Annual Fall Regional Meeting

  • Dates:
    Apr 06 - Apr 06, 2019
    Apr 06, 2019

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Optimizing Training and Recovery Across the Health & Fitness Continuum


Attend lectures from the leading researchers and clinicians in the field and learn practical applications across the performance continuum! Participate in hands-on sessions that focus on designing exercise programs that optimize training and enhance recovery.

Attendees will earn 7.5 CECs.


Patrick Davitt, PhD, FACSM

The Ultra-Endurance Athlete: Metabolic Requirements During Training and Competition

Allison Bowersock, PhD, CSCS, ACSM-EIM

From Paper to Practice: Translating Lessons of Exercise Is Medicine (EIM) to Application

Dori Arad, PhD, RDN, CDN, CDE, CEP

Research on How Knowing a Metabolic Profile Can Lead to Better Choices of Exercise Mode and Intensity Can Aid in Weight Management

Jason Machowsky, RD, CSSD, RCEP, CSCS

Endurance Sports Nutrition

Jamie Osmak, CSCS, USATF, TPI CGFI-1, FRCms

Conditioning for Athletes Requiring Aerobic & Anaerobic Fitness (Hands on Demonstration)

Azizi Seixas, M.Psyc, MA, PhD

Relationship Between Neurology, Sleep, and Cardiovascular Health

Robert Kenefick, PhD, FACSM

Hydration & Human Performance

Cassandra York, PhD, RD

Ketogenic Diets and FODMAPS

Bill Parisi, Founder of the Parisi Speed School

Fascia Training – A Whole-System Approach: The New Evidence-Based Science of Speed, Power, and Injury Resilience (Hands on Demonstration)

Stephanie Kaplan, Co-Founder of the CityMD Women’s Racing Team

Bike Fit and Cycling Training (Hands on Demonstration)


Registration will be posted shortly

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To learn more about how to submit an abstract for poster presentation, please follow this link.

Sports Medicine Symposium: The Modern Athlete

  • Dates:
    Jun 10 - Jun 12, 2019
    Jun 12, 2019

Sports Medicine Symposium: The Modern Athlete is a three-day symposium on current practices and innovations in diagnostic and therapeutic interventions used for recreational and elite athletes. The course will review the current literature and highlight the latest management principles for the endurance athlete, the overhead athlete, and the young athlete. Attendees will have the opportunity to perform evidence-based musculoskeletal examinations, practice diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound, enhance joint and soft tissue injection skills, and enhance their knowledge of orthobiologics, strength training, biomechanics, video analysis, and exercise physiology. The goal of the course is to enable clinicians to feel comfortable with the most up-to-date diagnostic and therapeutic modalities used for today’s modern athlete.

  • Date: June 10-June 12 7:30AM-11:35AM
  • Location: The Sagamore Resort Lake George Lake George

For Agenda and Registration, click Here