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Sports Medicine 2019, Accredited by Harvard Medical School

I am proud to annouce that Dr. Lohr and I will be attending the highly acclaimed CME "Sports Medicine, 2019", accredited by Harvard Medical School.  In the past few years our medical practice has grown to include elite athletes, weekend warriors, and patients with an active lifestyle that are suffering from sports injuries.  As part of our commitment to providing outstanding care to all of our patients Dr. Lohr and I will be learning from the leading experts at the prestigious Harvard Medical School. We will also be learning from Sports Medicine Specialists that work with the following professional sports teams: Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, New England Revolution and New England Patriots.  Dr. Lohr and I will also be participating in a limited availability workshop where we will be performing Ultrasound-Guided injections of the shoulder and knees with Stem Cells.  A brief summary of what we will be learning are Best Practices to Improve:

     • Treatment of sports conditions

  • Physical evaluation of sports injuries

  • Use and interpretation of imaging

  • Non-surgical management of injuries

  • Multidisciplinary team-based treatment

  • Safe return to play for athletes of all ages and abilities

  • Regenerative medicine

  • The role of vitamin D in health and performance

  • Treatment of sports concussion

  • Evaluation of the throwing athlete

  • Sports cardiology: hypertension and acute coronary syndrome in athletes 

Integrative Pain Instittue will be at the forefront of Sports Medicine, Rehabilitation and Stem Cell Therapy and therefore be able to better serve the patients of DFW area including Dallas, North Dallas, Plano, Addison, and Richardson.  

Please see the event link for more details:

Neil Verma, MD Chief Medical Officer - *The opinions expressed herein are solely the opinions of the author. Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Should you need medical advice, see your physician.

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