Ohio State Sports Medicine hosts high-quality education events to facilitate an enhanced patient experience from all medical professionals.


Several times a year, Ohio State brings together distinguished practitioners in the field to showcase the latest in best practices and medical management of sports-related injuries. Our physician lead (course director) in the respective topic works with a multidisciplinary team to build annual events that appeal to a variety of healthcare scientists – from medical management to nutrition to psychology to biomechanics and injury prevention. The format is a combination of lectures, live demonstrations and hands-on laboratory breakout sessions.

Ohio State Sports Medicine is an approved provider of continuing education for athletic trainers by the Board of Certification. CEUs are offered for physical therapists and PT assistants through the Ohio Physical Therapy Association and for physicians through the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) or American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).

Multidisciplinary Treatment for Non-Arthritic Hip Pain

November 30, 2018
Biomedical Research Tower | 460 W 12th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210

Non-arthritic hip pain is a common condition encountered by physicians and clinicians in their practice. Overlapping clinical symptoms make it a challenge to diagnose a patient’s condition and an effective treatment plan depends on an accurate diagnosis. Ohio State Sports Medicine is bringing together some of the most distinguished practitioners in non-arthritis hip pain and hip preservation to present a multidisciplinary clinical care model for active individuals with hip pain.

Our experts will cover a range of pathologies including femoroacetabular impingement, labral tears, greater trochanteric pain syndrome, gluteal/hamstring tendinopathy and piriformis syndrome. They will discuss a range of treatment options including physical therapy, biologics, movement pattern training, proper technique/form with weight training and endurance training and joint restorative surgical options. Additionally, they will give an overview of some the latest research on hip pain in active individuals.


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Symposium for the Treatment of Endurance Athletes

Friday, April 26, 2019 | 7:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Biomedical Research Tower | 460 W 12th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210

With the high prevalence of participation in endurance sports and injury rates, it is becoming more common for endurance athletes to seek care from their primary care provider(s), musculoskeletal/orthopedic specialists, physical therapists and other allied medical providers.

An understanding of the mechanics of the involved sport, the various rehabilitation and treatment options, the cardiovascular needs and condition of endurance athletes, the equipment needs of endurance athletes, and appropriate training and activity modification is critical to success in treating endurance sport participants.


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