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The Distinguished Lecture Series in Sports Medicine
About the Series
The Distinguished Lecture Series in Sports Medicine provides opportunities for health care professionals with an interest in physically active patients to learn from the best and brightest representatives of the various disciplines that comprise the broad field of sports medicine.
The series provides high quality, low cost professional education for students, educators, and clinicians. Athletic trainers, physical therapists, and physicians are particularly encouraged to attend.
Location and Time
All lectures begin at 7:00 pm. Lectures will be held at the Maas Center on the campus of Hope College. Click here for a Hope College campus map.
How to Register
Although pre-registration is not required, it is preferred. Please contact Kirk Brumels, Series Coordinator at (616) 395-7903 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-register. Attendance is free of charge.
Hope College has been a leader in the provision of sports medicine services and education. The 500 students who participate in 18 intercollegiate sports are cared for by a team of certified athletic trainers and physicians experienced in the prevention, care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Nutritionists, exercise physiologists, and psychologists are available to provide a holistic approach to injury management and performance enhancement. Hope College offers an accredited major in athletic training leading to certification by the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification. Alumni are employed throughout the country in professional, college, high school, clinic, and industrial settings.
The board certified physicians and caring staff of Shoreline Orthopaedics have set the standard for quality orthopaedic care along the West Michigan Lakeshore for over three decades. Their skilled physicians and surgeons offer a wide range of expertise in orthopaedic care including Sports Medicine, Fracture Care, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Joint Replacement and Revision, Spine Care, and Hand Surgery.
Orthopaedic Associates of Michigan
The physicians of OAM’s Sports Medicine Center - Drs. Peter Theut, William Schwab, Thomas Matelic, and Michael Jabara - treat athletes of all ages and levels — from pediatric through high school and college, from weekend warriors to sports professionals — as well as the "industrial athletes" who perform physically demanding tasks at work.
As a leading rehabilitation provider in West Michigan, Holland Hospital offers a broad range of services to patients of all ages. A team of over 100 rehabilitation specialists provides inpatient and outpatient care as well as in-home services and support programs. Expert care, state-of-the-art facilities and personalized attention help speed patient recovery after an injury or illness.
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