Primary Care Physicians and Mid-levels
Purpose and Content
Purpose is to educate primary care physicians on in-office
management of common orthopedic/sports medicine
injuries. Also, to update on some of the latest treatment
options for knee arthritis.
1. Better management of orthopedic injuries in the office
2. Understand when to refer to specialist
3. Give an overview of new technology for orthopedic and
Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics designates
this educational activity for a maximum of 4.5 AMA PRA
Category 1 CME Credits™.
There are also 4 EBP CEUs available for Athletic Trainers in attendance.
Participants in educational activities will be advised of any
affiliation or financial interest that may affect speakers’
presentations. Each course director, planner and speaker has
completed and signed a conflict of interest statement. These
relationships, if any, will be disclosed to the audience.
Moderator: William Hobbs, MD
Chief, Trinity Mother Frances Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
7:45 am Registration/Breakfast/Exhibitors
8:00 am Welcome/Introduction: William Hobbs, MD
8:10 am Common Fractures and Their Management for the Primary Care Physician: William Hobbs, MD, Trinity Clinic Orthopedic Surgery
9:10 am Top 5 foot and ankle issues: plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinosis, ankle sprain and ankle fracture and 5th metatarsal fracture: Paul Rath, MD, Trinity Clinic Orthopedic Surgery
9:55 am Break/Exhibitors
10:10 am Alternatives to Total Knee Replacement: Roger McCown, DO, Trinity Clinic Orthopedic Surgery
10:55 am Sports Related Injuries-Concussion Talk: Cathy Fieseler, MD and Allison Tobola, MD, Trinity Clinic Sports Medicine
12:30 pm Q&A: William Hobbs, MD
William Hobbs, MD, Trinity Clinic Orthopedic Surgery
Roger McCown, DO, Trinity Clinic Orthopedic Surgery
Paul Rath, MD, Trinity Clinic Orthopedic Surgery
Cathy Fieseler, MD, Trinity Clinic Sports Medicine
Allison Tobola, MD, Trinity Clinic Sports Medicine