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September 26, 2013

Orthopaedic Forum

PORTSMOUTH – Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics is partnering with the Case Management Society of New England (CMSNE) to bring the Autumn 2013 Orthopaedic Forum to Portsmouth. The Seacoast’s Premier Orthopaedic Educational Conference will be held on Wed., October 16, at the Portsmouth Harbor Events and Conference Center in Portsmouth, and will be a one day educational conference highlighting some of the latest technological advancements and innovations in orthopaedic care. Speakers will include Physicians and medical staff from Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics and topics will cover a range of orthopaedic procedures and conditions.

Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Nurse Case Managers, Occupational Health Nurses and other health care professionals are all encouraged to attend and can earn CEUs or other credits for their time. Continental breakfast and registration will begin at 8:00am and attendees will enjoy lunch and have the opportunity to visit with several exhibitors to learn more about the latest advancements in orthopaedic technology.

Topics will include, Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy, Concussion Management with Vestibular Rehabilitation, Diagnosis and Treatment for Common Wrist and Elbow Injuries, Understanding Electromyography, and the Treatment and Recovery from Ankle injuries. All topics will have real world applications and how new treatments and innovations improve outcomes to get individuals back to work, school or athletics.

For more information, visit www.accesssportsmed.com or call 603-775-7575 or email events@accesssportsmed.com.

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