11th Annual Stony Brook Sports Medicine Update - A Safe Return to Sport -2021

Friday, May 28, 2021

Conference starts in:

Online Streaming
1 Day Conference May 28th, 2021
6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit Hours


The novel coronavirus (Covid 19) has greatly altered participation and return to sport behavior among the young athlete.  The overarching theme of the morning session is how to optimize a safe return to sports after time off due to injury or illness.  The afternoon focuses on care of the pediatric trauma patient related to injuries sustained during recreation.  

The target audience consists of physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, physician assistants , EMS personnel, nurses and all those involved in the care of pediatric athletes.  

Register by May 26.  The link to this course will be sent on May 27 to the email address used to register.

If you have any questions, please contact Christine Nastasi at christine.nastasi@stonybrookmedicine.edu.

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For pricing information, see pricing tab below.

Dates and Times

Start: 5/28/2021 7:55 AM
End: 5/28/2021 4:30 PM


  • Explain basic knowledge of COVID-19.
  • Describe fundamental knowledge of myocarditis.
  • Describe why COVID-19 a risk to athletes.
  • Detail initial recommendations for return to exercise after COVID-19 and compare to current recommendations.
  • Discuss causes and etiologies of overuse injuries in the upper extremity most commonly seen in youth sports involving the elbow and wrist.
  • Outline non-operative management and surgical strategies for these overuse injuries.
  • Identify causes of post traumatic osteoarthritis in young athletes.
  • Outline non-operative management, discuss surgical strategies and long term prognosis in these athletes.
  • Review and report on current thoughts on upper extremity injury prevention and injury recovery in the overhand athlete.
  • Review the relevant anatomy of the midfoot and how it contributes to the severity of the Lisfranc injury.
  • Discuss common treatment strategies for the Lisfranc injury.ACL Repair.
    Discuss primary ACL repair, when it is appropriate and how outcomes compare to ACL reconstruction.
  • Review the anatomy of the shoulder relevant to its stability.
  • Discuss causes and etiologies of posterior shoulder instability.
  • Review a variety of non-operative and surgical treatment options.
  • Provide learners with an overview of the pain management modalities that exist in the pediatric population including their risks, benefits, and common scenarios of application.
  • Review the neurological considerations of patients who experience continued traumatic brain injury-related complaints.
  • Update on guideline recommendations of pediatric trauma patients in solid-organ injury.
  • Pathophysiology and treatment recommendations for patients with common pediatric apophyseal injuries.
  • Considerations in the care of sports-injured patients such as those with Spinal Cord Injury prehospitally.
  • Guidelines for exercise in adolescents with selected congenital heart conditions from adolescence into young adulthood.


Tier Price
Physicians $50.00
Other Healthcare Professionals $25.00
Stony Brook Physicians - Free $0.00
Stony Brook Other Healthcare Professionals - Free $0.00
Students - Free $0.00


  • Dr. James Barsi, MD
    • Pediatric Apophyseal Injuries
  • Dr. Stuart Cherney, MD
    • Management of Early Onset Osteoarthritis in Competitive Athletes
  • Dr. Brian Cruickshank, MD
    • A Safe Return to Sport After COVID-19
  • Dr. Caitlin Feeks, DO
    • Pain Management in Injured Patients
  • Dr. Erica Gross, MD
    • Spleens, Livers, and Kidney's - OH MY!
  • Mr. Jason Hoffman, Bachelor Degree
    • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Dr. Kristin Hopkins, MD
    • ACL Repair
  • Dr. Susan Mackey, PA-C
    • Post-Concussive Symptoms
  • Dr. Lauren Maloney, MD
    • Drownings: Toddlers vs. Teens
  • Dr. Samantha Muhlrad, MD
    • Overuse Upper Extremity Injuries in the Athlete
  • Dr. Diana Patterson, MD
    • Posterior Shoulder Instability
  • Dr. Megan Paulus, MD
    • Lisfranc Injury in Athletes
  • Dr. James Penna, MD
    • Shoulder and Elbow Injury in Baseball Players; The Role of Throwing Programs


The School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) . Physicians should only claim the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


The Office of Continuing Medical Education is not responsible for awarding CEU/CE credits. You may obtain a letter of participation for hours of learning and submit it to your accrediting agency.

Athletic Trainers:   School of Health Technology and Management, Stony Brook University (BOC AP # P3368) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc., to provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 6.75 Category A CEUs. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.

Physical Therapists:.  This conference qualifies for 6.75 CME credits as recognized by New York State Education Department Board for Physical Therapy.

EMS Personnel:   This conference qualifies for 6.75 non-core CME credits as granted by Suffolk County Emergency Medical Services Division, and accredited by New York State Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. Participants should only claim the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

Nursing: Nurses may submit a letter of attendance to their accrediting agency at the completion of this course.

Give us a call
(631) 444-2094
Office of Continuing Medical Education
Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University
HSC, Level 2, Room 142
Stony Brook, New York 11794-8222