Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
The Team Physician Course gives primary care, specialty physicians and other healthcare providers the core of knowledge to care for sports teams in the community. The course is delivered in two parts (offered in February of each year). Participants are not required to complete courses in sequential order.
The course offers you hands-on workshops that will help fill in gaps in your course work. You will be presented with new perspectives in the orthopedic, primary care and emergency medicine aspects of sports medicine and athlete care. Click here
to view the Preliminary Program!
Early Registration Deadline: December 14, 2016
Register Online Now
or download a PDF form
to fax, mail or email. The Course Topics:
|Overuse || ||Knee |
| ||Foot & Ankle |
| ||Pharmacology |
| ||Musculoskeletal |
| ||Conditioning & Training |
| ||Dermatology |
|Organization & Administration |
| ||Lumbar Spine |
|Thoracic Spine |
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Who should attend?
Clinicians and other healthcare professionals interested in learning the basic information needed to provide sideline coverage and evaluation of athletic injuries.
Residents, Fellows, Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists
For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
San Diego Hotel & Marina will
serve as the official hotel for the course. Participants and
their guests are eligible for discounted hotel rooms in the host hotel. Reservations can be made online or
by calling 1 (877) 734-2726 and mention the American College of Sports
Medicine Team Physician Course to receive the discounted rate. Reservations
must be made by December 16, 2016 and are available on a first-come first-serve
basis. The TPC Discounted Guest Room Rate is $209.
Team Physician Consensus Conference Statements
ACSM leads a distinguished panel of team physicians to produce Team Physician Consensus Conference Statements, a series dealing with select medical issues in the care and treatment of athletes. Statements are developed by a collaboration of major professional associations concerned with clinical sports medicine issues. The most recent consensus statement will be presented at the meeting.