January 26-28, 2024
Hyatt Regency Birmingham – The Wynfrey Hotel
The Andrews Injuries in Baseball course was initiated in 1983 by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). The first three programs were Co-Chaired by Dr. Chuck Dillman and Dr. James R. Andrews. After three years, the USOC sought other medical programs, but Dr. Andrews felt the course was too good to be terminated. He accepted the challenge and has lead the course ever since.
Designed to attract all members of the baseball healthcare team, the course is multidisciplinary. It is attended by physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, coaches, scientists, and players to address common problems. It has traditionally drawn from all levels of the game with good representation from youth, high school, college, university, and professional organizations.
The purpose of the course is to exchange information regarding all aspects of baseball healthcare including mechanisms of injury, conservative and surgical treatment of injuries, rehabilitation, conditioning, nutrition, mental, skill, and injury prevention.
The course normally draws 300 to 400 participants along with a nationally recognized faculty. Baseball health related exhibitors provide attendees the opportunity to see the latest in equipment and materials. The course is conducted in January at locations around the nation.
James R. Andrews, MD
E. Lyle Cain, Jr., MD
Jeffrey R. Dugas, MD
Benton A. Emblom, MD
Glenn S. Fleisig, PhD
Kevin E. Wilk, PT, DPT, FAPTA
Session I & II…… Elbow I & Elbow II
Session IV………..Strength & Conditioning in Baseball & Softball
Session V & VI….Shoulder I & II
Session VII……….Concurrent Sessions:
Biomechanics & Coaching
Session VIII………Youth & High School Baseball
Session IX………..Hand/Wrist and Foot/Ankle
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
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American Sports Medicine Institute is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American Sports Medicine Institute designates this live activity for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The American Sports Medicine Institute (BOC AP#P400) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers (ATs).
This program is eligible for a maximum of 20 hours/Category A CEUs. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) approved up to 0.9 CEU(s) in category A for certified individuals attending approved sessions at this event.
This continuing education program has been approved by Alabama Physical Therapy Association for 20 contact hours, Mississippi State Board of Physical Therapy for 20 clinical continuing competence (CC) units, Louisiana Physical Therapy Board for 20 contact hours, American Physical Therapy Association of Tennessee for 20 contact hours and Texas Physical Therapy for 20 contact hours,
- Identify current concepts associated with anatomy, biomechanics, examination and treatment of the elbow
- Describe current advances in treatment and rehabilitation to injuries of the throwing elbow
- Discuss current advances in the rehabilitation of injuries to the throwing shoulder
- Identify and discuss current trends associated with training procedures in baseball
- Integrate shoulder anatomy with biomechanics, examination, treatment and rehabilitation of the baseball shoulder
- Identify and discuss the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to the baseball shoulder
- Discuss current concepts related to baseball in primary care sports medicine
- Identify and discuss actions for coaches to reduce injury risk and improve performance in baseball players
- Provide examples of current rehabilitation techniques for today's athlete
- Report current techniques in prevention of injuries in youth and high school baseball/softball pitchers
- Provide examples of current concepts in the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries to the wrist, hand, foot and ankle
The 2022 National Electronic Injury Surveillance System reported 176,156 emergency room visits due to baseball related shoulder, elbow, trunk, lower arm, head, neck, ankle and facial injuries. When we consider non-emergency room injuries from all age groups and skill levels, we conclude there is a major need to teach diagnosis, treatment and management of these injuries.
This three-day course is for athletic trainers, biomechanists, physical therapists, sports physicians, orthopaedic surgeons, physiologists, strength and conditioning coaches, certified personal trainers and others who work with athletes in baseball.
Hyatt Regency Birmingham - The Wynfrey Hotel
1000 Galleria Circle
Birmingham, AL 35244 United States
Phone: (205) 705-1234
Reservations can be made here.