Sports Health Events
Our experts are at the forefront of the latest research and innovation in sports medicine and exercise science. They’re also athletes and coaches themselves, with a deep understanding of their patients’ drive to stay active and achieve their personal best.
We host a wide variety of sports health events—from lectures and workshops for the community to conferences and continuing medicine education for professionals—where we share this valuable information with athletes as well as sports health leaders in the field.
Learn more about our upcoming events.
Sports Performance and Wellness Lectures
Our NYU Langone Orthopedic Center hosts sports performance and wellness community lectures on a variety of topics. From using a foam roller during dance training to learning when athletes should return to the field, court, or rink after a head injury, you’ll get practical tips to keep you at the top of your game. View our upcoming lectures.
Rusk Rehabilitation Community Lecture Series
Patients and sports medicine specialists alike can benefit from NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation’s vast catalog of community lectures offered throughout the year. Experts discuss topics including sports injury rehabilitation, orthopedic and musculoskeletal rehabilitation, and pediatric rehabilitation. View our community lecture series calendar.
Continuing Medicine Education Activities
Clinicians and other healthcare professionals can receive valuable information from our wide range of CME activities on sports health–related topics. Our educational programs include conferences, courses, and workshops.
In June 2019, we’re offering our third annual Fight Medicine Course on preventing, diagnosing, and treating injuries in combat athletes. Led by our sports health experts and mixed martial artist Randy Couture, the half-day session offers a broad perspective on multidisciplinary patient care for boxers and mixed martial artists who are at high risk of injury and trauma. We welcome professional athletes in addition to clinicians and coaches.
We are also offering the three-day Sports Medicine Symposium: The Modern Athlete in June, which is geared toward clinicians and aims to make you feel comfortable with the latest diagnostic and therapeutic methods used for athletes. Attendees have the opportunity to perform musculoskeletal examinations and enhance your joint and soft tissue injection skills.
In October, we’re offering our fourth annual hockey medicine course on Hockey Medicine: Peewee to Pro. The course addresses the safety, health issues, injuries, and treatment of professional and recreational hockey players of all ages. It also explores the psychological and substance abuse issues that may affect hockey players.