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The

Athlete and The

Brain — Where Sports Medicine and Psychology Meet March 24, 2012 —The Conference Center at Methodist Willowbrook Hospital— 18220 SH 249 Houston, TX 77070

Category 1 CME: 6 Hours

Keynote Speaker:

This live activity, The Athlete and the Brain, with a begin date of March 24, 2012, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 6 credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians.

Three-time Super Bowl champion Ted Johnson Jr. is the Athlete and the Brain’s keynote speaker. Johnson was drafted by the New England Patriots in 1995 and had a 10-year career as a linebacker in the NFL. In 2005 he retired with severe post concussion syndrome and has spent the past six years recovering and educating others on the effects of recurrent, unrecognized and untreated concussion injuries. He is an active board member of the Sports Legacy Institute, an organization dedicated to teaching concussion prevention and recognition in youth sports. His captivating personal experience will the highlight the importance of this conference for all providers who care for athletes.

Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

NATA: 6 Hours

Methodist Center for Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education (CE) for Certified Athletic Trainers (ATs). This program has been approved for a maximum of 6.0 hours of Category A CE. BOC Approved Provider Number: P8447

Psychologists: 6 Hours

Ted Johnson Jr.

Speakers • David Braunreiter, MD FAAFP CAQSM • Edward R. Davidson, PhD • Marcy Laviage, PhD • Catherine Marr, MS ATC

Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship

• Summer Ott, PsyD • Scott Rand, MD FAAFP CAQSM • Greg Seelhoefer, MD CAQSM • Dawn Stuckey MS, ATC


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Schedule Morning Session: Concussion Management 8:30 am

Welcome & Announcements

8:40 am

Introduction of Morning Session: Concussion Management

Scott Rand, MD David Braunreiter, MD Moderator

8:50 am

Neuropathophysiology of Concussion

Greg Seelhoefer, MD

9:35 am

The Utility of Computerized Neuropsychological; Testing in the Management of Concussion

Summer Ott, PsyD

Therapy for 10:15 am Medical Concussions

David Braunreiter, MD

Natasha’s Law and Its 11:00 am Implementation in Texas High Catherine Marr, MS, ATC Schools 11:30 am Panel Discussion

Registration First/Last Name ______________________________ Degree _____________________________________ Mailing Address ______________________________ __________________________________________ City/State/Zip_______________________________ Email Address________________________________ Phone Number_______________________________ $125 for physicians and psychologists Free for residents, fellows and athletic trainers

11:50 am Networking Lunch

Please Check: Physician Psychologist

Afternoon Session: Attention Deficit Disorder in the Competitive Athlete 1:30 pm 1:40 pm 2:25 pm

Introduction of Afternoon Session: Attention Deficit Disorder in the Competitive Athlete Behavior Modification Techniques for the Treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder Medical Therapy for ADD/ADHD and Its Implication for Competitive Athletes

Scott Rand, MD Moderator Marcy Laviage, PhD Scott Rand, MD Edward Davidson, PhD & Dawn Stucky MS, ATC

Resident/Fellow Athletic Trainer

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Texas Psychological Association P.O. Box 1930 Cedar Park, TX 78630 (888) 511-1305 Fax admin@texaspsyc.org

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3:10 pm

Attention Deficit & the NCAA

3:55 pm

Panel Discussion & Questions

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4:30 pm

Adjourn

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For more information about this workshop, visit www.texaspsyc.org or call the Texas Psychological Association at (888) 872-3435.

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The Athlete and the Brain