Boston Sports and Shoulder Symposium 2011

boston shoulder and sport symposium 2011

I will be presenting at this year’s Boston Shoulder and Sports Symposium the first weekend in November.  This is always a great course put on by Alan Curtis, John Richmond, and Mark Steiner of the New England Baptist Hospital.  In addition to myself, there are a ton of other great speakers including Kevin Wilk, Buddy Savoie, Tom Byrd, and John Fulkerson.  The faculty is amazing and it is an honor to be involved.

Readers of my website that attend the course will have access to download a link to my talks.  I’ll give you information at the course.

Below is the course brochure that you can download or go to the New England Baptist Hospital website for more information and to register.  Be sure to grab me and say hello.

  • Download the brochure here
  • Click here for more information and to register

 

 

 

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4 Responses to “Boston Sports and Shoulder Symposium 2011”

  1. Mike, does this course have CEU approval for PTs? I see it is approved for physicians. I can’t get it preapproved in AL as they are not allowing it right now during licensing time.

    • PT approval is odd since there is no standardized approval process like the other professions.

      (don’t ask me why, the APTA really needs to step up here…)

      Each state is different, for example MA, where this course is held, does not require CEUs.

      (Again, don’t ask me why, APTA????)

      But you can usually submit the course info for approval yourself. Sorry I am not much of help with this.

  2. Hi Mike

    Is there anyway that us here in the UK who can not attend the symposium can get access to your talk?

    Regards

    Mark