2015 AAP annual meeting program
Creating the Future of Academic Physiatry Through Mentorship, Leadership & Discovery
March 10-14, 2015
Grand Hyatt San Antonio
Program Directors: Eric M. Wisotzky, MD; James Wyss, MD, PT
Target Audience: Residents, Fellows and Medical Students
Educational Level: Comprehensive
Educational Method: Lecture, Forum, Workshop
Description: This full day workshop will introduce PM&R residents and fellows to core principles of treating performing artists. Lectures will present common functional impairments faced by artists and strategies for assessment and treatment. This will be presented in both a didactic and hands-on format. Dance medicine workshops will allow the learner to practice a live assessment of performers. These will be conducted by physiatrists who have great experience as both practitioners of dance medicine as well as being performers themselves. In addition, other hands-on workshops will include ultrasound, electrodiagnosis, foot / ankle physical examination, as well as plain film imaging. There will also be a lecture on developing critical career development skills.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2015
Residents / Fellows / Medical Students Workshop
|8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Performing Arts Medicine for Every Physiatrist
Lauran Elson, MD, Instructor, Harvard Medical School
Monica Rho, MD, Assistant Professor, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Matthew Diamond, MD, Clinical Instructor, NYU Langone Medical Center
Elizabeth Manejias, MD, Clinical Instructor, Weill Cornell Medical Center
- Identify common functional disorders in performing artists.
- Apply rehabilitation strategies in the management of functional disorders in performing artists.
- Perform a hands-on functional analysis of the performing artists