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11:30 – 11:50 Ronald “Doc” Renuart, DO, Concussion Legislation in the 11:50 – 12:10 State of Florida. Dawn Emerick, EdD, Health Planning Council of NE FL final Jacksonville 2011 report of the HPC Concussion Study 12:15 – 1:15 Case Study and Panel Discussion Moderator: Joel Beam, Ed.D, ATC, UNF CONCUSSION SUMMIT Ken Keister, ATC, High School Athlete Saturday June 4, 2011, 8am – 3pm Jay Clugston, MD, College Athlete Ross Osborn, MD, High School Athlete Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital Joe Czerkawski, MD, College Athlete 1:15 – 1:45 Speaker: Kevin Guskiewicz, Ph.D., ATC FEATURING: Topic: Return to Play Considerations • Robert Cantu, MD Moderator: Mary Soha, MD, Pediatrician Private Practice Objectives: • Kevin Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC A. Review guidelines for return to activity clearance B. Discuss advanced activity progression • Jay Clugston, MD C Appreciate to reality that disqualification might be appropriate and when. • Justin Bland, ATC 1:45 – 2:45 Speaker: Robert Cantu, MD • Randy Oravetz, ATC Topic: Concussion Management in your Community Moderator: R. Stephen Lucie, MD, Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute Objectives: CASE STUDIES BY: A. Discuss Past, Present and Future of concussion management B. Share who’s doing what in regard to concussion management • Joe Czerkawski, MD C Identify Strategies for Jacksonville and Concussion management • Jay Clugston, MD 2:45 – 3:00 Panel Discussion & Closing Comments • Ross Osborn, MD • Ken Keister, ATC Educational Credit This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing SPECIAL GUEST: Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of Baptist Health and Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program. Baptist Health is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Florida Representative Baptist Health designates this educational activity for a maximum of 6.5 (six and one half) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only Ronald “Doc” Renuart, DO claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education to certified athletic trainers. Provider P3634. Application has been made to the FPTA for consideration of 6.5 CEU’s for PT and PTA. Register Now at JSMP.us $50 for physicians Speaker Sponsor: $30 for other health care providers JSMP Members receive a $10 discount Event Sponsors: Booth Sponsors: Brain Injury Association of Florida • Fletchers Medical Supply ImPact • MedQuip • Orange Park Medical Center 2011 2011 Jacksonville Concussion Summit Program Objectives and Agenda: OUR SPEAKERS Robert Cantu, MD Kevin Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC Jay Clugston, MD Justin Bland, ATC Randy Oravetz, ATC 7:30 – 8:00 Registration Robert C. Cantu, M.A., M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.C.S.M. Justin A. Bland, M.Ed, ATC, PES Currently Dr. Cantu’s professional responsibilities include those of Clinical Professor, Department of Neurosurgery and Co-Director, Justin is an Assistant Athletic Trainer for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He will be entering his 4th season will the organization. He has 8:00 – 8:20 Opening Comments - Welcome - Bob Sefcik, JSMP Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy, Boston University been a certified athletic trainer since 2002 where he completed his Doug Baer, Brooks Rehabilitation School of Medicine, Boston, MA; Senior Advisor to the NFL Head, undergraduate degree from a CAAHEP program at William Paterson Wayne Weaver, Jacksonville Jaguars Neck and Spine Committee; second opinion expert on head and University. During his time at William Paterson University, Justin was spine conditions for the NLFPA; member of the Mackey/White a student athletic trainer with the New York Giants football team for Mike Aubin, Wolfson Children’s Hospital TBI Committee for the NFLPA; Founding member and Chairman two seasons, which led to his transition to the Jaguars. Justin then Medical Advisory Board Sports Legacy Institute, Waltham, MA; Adjunct Professor Exercise and Sport Science and Medical Director, proceeded to University of Virginia to obtain his Master of Education degree in Kinesiology. While at UVA, Justin had the opportunity to 8:20 – 9:00 Speaker: Robert Cantu, MD National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research, University work with Virginia Military Institute athletics and provided support Topic: Concussion 101 of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, an ongoing registry instituted in 1982 for various cadet activities. Following graduate school he was hired Moderator: Andy Kerwin, MD, UF/Shands Jacksonville for data collection and analysis of spine and head injuries, Chapel as a season intern for the Jacksonville Jaguars where he filled this Hill, NC; Co-Director, Neurologic Sports Injury Center, Brigham role for two seasons. Justin spent the next three years expanding his Objectives: and Women’s Hospital, Boston; Chief of Neurosurgery Service, rehabilitation skills and knowledge working at a Jacksonville physical A. Define concussion and sports related concussion Chairman Department of Surgery, and Director of Sports Medicine at therapy clinic, before his eventual hire with the Jaguars in 2008. Emerson Hospital in Concord, Massachusetts. He also serves on the B Discuss epidemiology of concussion including mortality/morbidity statistics Board of Trustees as Vice President of NOCSAE (National Operating Randy Oravetz, ATC Committee for Standards on Athletic Equipment). Dr. Cantu also is Co-Director of the Neurological Sports Injury Center at Brigham Mr. Oravetz is prideful on building tradition as he is in his 26th year at Florida State University. He completed his undergraduate degree and 9:00 – 9:40 Speaker: Kevin Guskiewicz, Ph.D., ATC and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. and Neurosurgical Consultant then worked up to graduate assistant, and then finally assumed the Topic: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management of concussion Boston Eagles football team, and Neurosurgical Consultant Boston director of sports medicine position. His time investment at FSU has Moderator: Russell Addeo, Ph.D., Brooks Rehabilitiation Cannons professional soccer team. Dr. Cantu also consults with paid off considering the success of both the athletic and student athletic numerous NFL, NHL and NBA teams. training programs. Mr. Oravetz supervises a staff of 10 assistant Objectives: athletic trainers, 5 graduate assistants, and 42 curriculum athletic A. Argue factors to be included in the diagnosis of concussion Kevin M. Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC training students. He also oversees medical care given to the athletes Kevin Guskiewicz is the Kenan Distinguished Professor and Director of 18 different varsity sports and performs various administrative B. Highlight subjective reporting of symptoms versus clinical discovery of the Matthew Gfeller Sport-Related Traumatic Brain Injury Research duties. During the summer, Oravetz takes time to give back to the high C. Share treatment and management strategies Center at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He also schools by offering an annual student athletic training camp. serves as the Chair of Exercise and Sport Science and holds joint appointments in the Department of Orthopaedics, UNC Injury 9:40 – 10:20 Speakers: Jay Clugston, MD Prevention Research Center, and Doctoral Program in Human Movement Science at UNC-Chapel Hill. Over the past 17 years, Dr. CASE STUDY SPEAKERS Justin Bland, ATC Guskiewicz’s clinical research program has focused on sport-related Joe Czerkawski, MD, Randy Oravetz, ATC concussion. He has investigated the effect of sport-related concussion “Dr. Joe” Czerkawski is a board-certified Internal and Sports on balance and neuropsychological function in high school and Medicine physician who has received the Certification of Additional Topic: Sideline evaluation of the concussed athlete collegiate athletes, the biomechanics of sport concussion, and the Qualifications in sports medicine. He completed his internal medicine Moderator: Sean Orr, MD, Baptist Medical Center long-term neurological effects of concussion and sub-concussive residency at New York Medical College and Eastern Virginia Graduate impacts in retired professional football players. Dr. Guskiewicz School of Medicine, along with a fellowship in Sports Medicine and Objectives: has received 22 funded research grants, and published over 120 Adult Fitness at Marshall University School of Medicine in Huntington, A. Identify an effective strategy for sideline evaluation of the concussed athlete manuscripts (85 peer-reviewed journal publications; and 8 textbook West Virginia. chapters on sport concussion). Additionally, he has presented over B. Recording and presenting objective data from and effective sideline evaluation 200 national and international lectures on the topic of sport-related Ken Keister, ATC, C. AT & MD role in the Sideline evaluation concussion since 1996. In addition to his research and scholarship, Ken Keister graduated from UNF in 1999 & has been a high school Dr. Guskiewicz teaches courses in Sports Medicine, Human Anatomy, athletic trainer for 10 years the last 5 at Apopka High School. Ken has and Research Methods in Sports Medicine. He mentors approximately served on the Orange County Public Schools athletic trainer advisory 10:20 – 10:45 Panel Discussion 7 graduate students or post-doctoral students annually at the Gfeller committee and taught several high school classes including “Care & Moderator: Walter Taylor, MD, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville Center, and serves on the UNC Faculty Executive Committee and Prevention of Athletic Injuries” as well as “Anatomy & Physiology”. the Administrative Board of the College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. His presentations include “On field concussion assessment” at Florida Robert Cantu, MD • Kevin Guskiewicz, Ph.D, ATC Guskiewicz has been awarded Fellowship in the American College Hospital Concussion Symposium in April of this year, “throwing Jay Clugston, MD • Justin Bland, ATC • Randy Oravetz, ATC of Sports Medicine in 2003, the American Academy of Kinesiology mechanics & shoulder assessment” at this past years high school in 2006, and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association in 2008. In student ATAF & “Concussions: Old school myths & new school 2010 he was named to NCAA’s Concussion Committee, the NFLPA’s knowledge” at the 2010 high school student ATAF. 10:45 – 11:15 Speaker: Kevin Guskiewicz, Ph.D., ATC Mackey-White Committee, and the NFL’s Head, Neck, and Spine Committee. Ross Osborn, MD Topic: Neuropsychological Examination of the Concussed Athlete Ross Osborn graduated medical school at the University of Oklahoma, Moderator: Michelle Boling, Ph.D, ATC, UNF James R. Clugston, MD, MS completed a residency in family medicine at the Halifax Family Objectives: Dr. Clugston is an assistant professor in the departments of Community Medicine Residency, and completed a fellowship in Primary Care Health & Family Medicine and Orthopedics at the University of Sports Medicine at the Mayo Clinic Jacksonville. Ross currently serves A. Discuss neuropsychological testing as part of concussion management Florida College of Medicine. He is board certified in certified in as team physician for Bartram Trail and Creekside high schools. He B. Identify validity and guidelines of other testing options Family Medicine and holds a certificate of added qualification in also serve as one of the team physicians for UNF and Flagler college. Sports Medicine. He was the founding director of the UF primary care Ross continues to work as a track physician for the Daytona Speedway, C Determine best practices for management of the concussed athlete sports medicine fellowship and currently serves as team physician for both for NASCAR and for the AMA (motorcycle races). Dr. Osborn the University of Florida. is on medical staff for USA Weightlifting and is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Medical 11:15 – 12:15 Lunch Society for Sports Medicine research committee.
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