2022 ACSM Annual Meeting & World Congresses

  • May 31 - June 4, 2022
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Clinical Programming

Featuring clinically focused sessions

Science. Discovery. Answers.

With rich, diverse clinical programming, ACSM’s Annual Meeting offers learning opportunities for clinicians of all types and experience levels. You can choose from talks on clinically based topics; innovative, hand-on workshops and case presentations spanning a wide range of diagnoses. 

Clinical Programming Spotlights


John R. Sutton Clinical Lecture

About the Sequence of Prevention, Ankle Injuries and Beyond

Saturday, June 5, 8:00-8:50 AM MDT

 

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Willem van Mechelen, MD, PhD, FACSM
Amsterdam University Medical Centers
location VUmc, Amsterdam, Netherlands


Sports injuries are inherent to sports activities. To set up effective sports injury prevention programs, a staged approach using 'sequence of prevention' was introduced in 1992. This presentation will review the current state of sports injury prevention, using the work done around ankle injury prevention as an example. Future directions for the sports injury prevention field will also be discussed. 


Clinical Programming Highlights

Keeping Up with the Joneses: Examining Evidence Behind Popular Treatments

Wednesday, June 2
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM MDT

 

Todd Manini, FACSM
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Mederic M. Hall
University of Iowa Sports Medicine, Iowa City, IA

Bryan Heiderscheit
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Derek Miles
Barbell Medicine, Santa Cruz, CA



This session will examine the data and efficacy of more prevalent and popular treatments in the sports medicine field. Currently, many treatments are practiced, either without any evidence or with insufficient data to justify their use. This session will bring together experts in each area to discuss relevant data, the theoretical basis for each treatment, and if the data support or does not support the clinical application of the treatments. Attend to become familiar with various treatment options and able to discuss with patients the efficacy and applicability of treatments for specific conditions.  

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President’s Lecture

50 Years: Sports Medicine Team Physician and the Anterior Cruciate Ligament
June 3, 11:45 AM-12:45 PM MDT
 

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John Bergfeld, MD, FACSM
Cleveland Clinic

World Congress on Exercise is Medicine®


June 1-3


The 12th World Congress on Exercise is Medicine has multiple sessions focused on the role of exercise in patient care. Sessions are Tuesday through Thursday, and encompass topics such as pediatrics, aging and implementation of exercise into your clinical practice. You can claim CME credit for all EIM sessions.

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World Congress on the Basic Science of Exercise in Regenerative Medicine

June 2-3

This year’s Basic Science World Congress offers a unique opportunity to learn from leading scientists in and outside of the exercise field. In collaboration with established exercise researchers, regenerative medicine experts will share innovative science and highlight major advances in the field that will provide the basis for future regenerative medicine research and ultimately impact human health across a range of diseases and conditions. The programming schedule includes sessions on disease-specific foci across multiple levels of scientific inquiry (e.g., animal models, clinical trials, exercise-drug/device interactions, etc.). 


      
   

Full Clinical Programming Session Schedule

  • Athlete Care and Clinical Medicine

  • Exercise is Medicine

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Clinical Programming

World Congress on Exercise is Medicine

World Congress on the Basic Science of Exercise in Regenerative Medicine