A Multidisciplinary Approach
to the Management of Foot and Ankle Injuries

For Certified Athletic Trainers, Physical/Occupational Therapists and Health Care Professionals who Work With The Athletic Population

March 8, 2014
8am-4 pm
Arrive at 7:30 am for registration and continental breakfast
Thomson Health Conference Center
F.F. Thompson Hospital
350 Parrish St, Canandaigua, NY

The Finger Lakes Sports Medicine Symposium is limited to the first 50 registrants. Pre-Registration by February 28, 2014 is required; no walk-ins will be accepted. You may confirm your registration by calling Sports Medicine at (585) 396-6700.
Refunds: Cancellation requests received by February 28 will be refunded in full. 

Thompson Health is recognized by NATA Board of Certification, Inc. to offer 6.5 continuing education credits for attendance of this course.

The New York State Physical Therapy Association has approved this course for 7.5 continuing education credits for attendance of this course.

Registration Deadline: Registration is closed. Please call Sports Medicine at (585) 396-6700.

Cost: $100
Student with ID: $50

(CEUs provided for all professionals)

Please complete the online registration form below.

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2014 Symposium Agenda
Sports Medicine Symposium Agenda
7:30 - 8 am
Registration & Continental Breakfast

8 - 9:30 am 
Lateral Ankle Pathology and Talar Dome Lesions with Peroneal Pathology
Dr. Peter Stasko, DPM,
Finger Lakes Bone and Joint Center

10:00 am-12 Noon
Foot and Ankle Clinical Biomechanics:
What we’ve learned in the lab to use in the clinic

Christopher G. Neville, PT, PhD,
Upstate Medical University

12:00-1:00 pm   Lunch on your own

1 - 2:30 pm
Incorporating Patient’s Biomechanics
When Selecting Proper Footwear,
Orthoses, and Bracing:
A Pedorthist and Orthotist perspective

David Cardillo, C. Ped,
Dan Sherwood, CO, C Ped

The Foot Performance Center

2:30-4 pm
Functional Testing for Return to Sport
and Interactive Case Reviews

Christina Knab, PT, DPT, ATC, Thompson Health
Rehabilitative Services