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2013 BayCare Sports Medicine Conference

Staying Competitive for the Long Run: Strategies for the Seasoned Athlete First 100 people

to register for this conference will receive two free tickets to a Tampa Bay Rays home game.

This year’s conference theme focuses on athletes who seek to achieve their best in their desired sport or athletic field, as well as active adults who want to optimize exercise and training. Three-time Olympic medalist Brooke Bennett will kick off our premiere one-day conference by sharing her personal athletic journey, including her current training goal of returning to a national competition fitness level in her 30s. Also, don’t miss the impressive lineup of professionals who will speak on topics including nutrition and supplements, injury prevention and the latest techniques in sports injury medicine. Who should attend: ■ Athletes

■ Physical therapists

■ Active adults who exercise and train

■ Occupational therapists

■ Coaches

■ Nurses

■ Athletic trainers

■ Physicians

■ Nutritionists

■ Physician assistants

Register today: (727) 940-2757 or

Saturday, August 3 8am–4pm Hilton Carillon Park 950 Lake Carillon Drive St. Petersburg

Featured Speaker

2013 BayCare Sports Medicine Conference

Better Than Before – Returning to the National Level in My 30s Brooke Bennett, Olympic Gold Medalist Featured Presentation Brooke Bennett was only 16 when she won her first gold medal in swimming at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. The three-time gold medal winner will describe how she continues to stay fit and competitive. Brooke is currently training for the 2016 Olympics, where she is hoping to make a big splash.

Presentations during the full day seminar include: ■ Keynote: Better Than Before - Returning to the National Level in My 30s – Brooke Bennett, Olympic Gold Medalist ■ Top Ten Nutrient Deficiencies that Affect Seasoned Athletes’ Performance and Aging – Steven Masley, MD,

Integrative Medicine/Nutritionist ■ Osteoarthritis: Addressing “Wear and Tear” Arthritis and Joint Pain – Koco Eaton, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon ■ Exercise as Medicine: An Exercise Prescription for Long-Term Health – Kevin Elder, MD, Family Medicine/Sports Medicine ■ Tendon Problems in the Seasoned Athlete – Douglas Carlan, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon ■ Improving Mental Performance in Sports: Lessons from Neuroscience and Neuroimaging – Nick Dewan, MD, Sports Psychiatrist ■ Prevention/Treatment of Common Foot and Ankle Injuries in Athletes – Matthew Swick, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon ■ The Heart of the Seasoned Athlete – Augustine Agocha, MD, PhD, Cardiologist

Fees (includes continental breakfast and lunch): Adults: $40 Professionals including athletic trainers, physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, radiology technologists, occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants and nurses: $65 (6.5 continuing education units pending) Physicians and physician assistants: $65 – 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ St. Anthony’s Hospital is accredited by the Florida Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. St. Anthony’s Hospital designates this live activity for a maximum of 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Each physician should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the activity.


Morton Plant Mease Foundation, St. Anthony’s Hospital Foundation and St. Joseph’s Hospitals Foundation.

Register today: (727) 940-2757 or BC1301415 – 0513

2013 BayCare Sports Medicine Conference