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KentuckyOne Health Presents One-Day Sports Medicine Symposium
Paul Hornung and Karl Schmitt to Serve as Keynote Speakers
KentuckyOne Health will present the 2016 Sports Medicine Symposium on Saturday, Feb. 27 focused on the “overhead athlete” – athletes who use their hands in an overhead position, such as baseball, swimming and volleyball – and injuries and conditions commonly afflicting these athletes.
The one-day symposium will feature lectures from sports medicine physicians on topics such as injury prevention, biomechanics, training, surgical techniques, rehabilitation and sport-specific conditions.
Keynote speakers include Louisville’s own Paul Hornung, former Green Bay Packer and 1956 Heisman Trophy winner known as “The Golden Boy,” as well as Karl F. Schmitt, Jr., president and CEO of the Louisville Sports Commission.
KentuckyOne Health Sports Medicine Symposium: Medical Management of the Overhead Athlete
Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016
Full agenda: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Keynote speakers Hornung and Schmitt: 11:30 am - noon
Jewish Hospital Rudd Heart & Lung Center Conference Center
201 Abraham Flexner Way, 16th Floor (CC)
Louisville, KY 40202
Paul Hornung, NFL Hall of Famer, Super Bowl Champion
Karl F. Schmitt, Jr., president and CEO, Louisville Sports Commission
Kevin Harreld, MD, Orthopedic Surgery, KentuckyOne Health Orthopedic Associates
Logan Mast, MD, Orthopedics, Shea Orthopaedic Group
Paul McKee, IV, MD, Orthopedics, Shea Orthopaedic Group
Greg Rennirt, MD, Orthopedic Surgery, KentuckyOne Health Orthopedic Associates
Jennifer Daily, MD, Sports Medicine, UofL Physicians, Family Medicine
Michael D. Weaver, DO, Sports Medicine, UofL Physicians
Interviews with keynote speakers Paul Hornung and Karl F. Schmitt, Jr.
Photo/video of lectures and speakers
Interviews with physicians speaking and attending the event
Interviews with symposium attendees
To view a full symposium agenda, visit http://www.kentuckyonehealth/SportsSymposium