SPC Ontario Events and Happenings:
SPC Concussion Symposium
You are invited to the 2nd SPC Concussion Symposium held in conjunction with the Grey Cup weekend! Interactive and highly informative, this full day symposium will be lead by guest speakers discussing evidence-based rehabiliation and management of concussions in a clinical setting. Registration is open to physiotherapists, athletic therapists, optometrists, MDs, and other health care professionals that manage concussions. Catered lunch included with continental breakfast and snacks.
- Saturday November 25th in Ottawa, Ontario
- 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
- At the beautiful Infinity Conference Center (map and directions)
- CLICK HERE for more details and registration
The event will feature high-quality speakers sharing emerging trends and the most up to date information and research. Returning favorite speakers include: Kathryn Schneider, Jamie Kissick, Martin Mrazik, Marc Rizzardo and Pamela Fuselli. Wait to you see our 2017 additions! It will be another slam dunk program!
Join SPC on Saturday night for a Grey Cup themed social and a toast to SPC’s 45 year anniversary! See you there!
- Tickets available at: www.sportphysio.ca/calendar-of-upcoming-events/spc-concussion-symposium
SPC Ontario division AGM: Save the date!
Looking for more information and registration to the OMA Sport Med Conference? Look no further!
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SPC First Responder for Sports and Healthcare Professionals
What: Full course and re-certification course
When: November 17-19th, 2017 (re-certs Friday & Saturday)
Where: University of Toronto, Dept. of Physical Therapy
Registration: Click here for the link to register
Sport Physiotherapy Canada’s 2nd annual Concussion Symposium
When: November 25, 2017
Where: Infinity Convention Center, Ottawa
What: High-quality speakers sharing emerging trends and the most up to date information and research on concussion rehabilitation.
Click here for the link to register
Waterloo Regional Sport Medicine Rounds for Primary Care – Webcast Lecture Series
Join the Health & Performance Centre experts for a webcast series devoted to the exciting new advancements in Sports Medicine for Primary Care
Sport-Related Knee Injuries: Diagnosis, Treatment and Return to Play
When: October 19, 2017: 12pm – 1pm
Faculty: Dr. Nick Bayley (Orthopedics) & Lisa Geddes (Physiotherapy)
Click here for the link to register
The Sport Physio Toolkit
We are pleased to offer you easy links to websites you may find useful for sport physiotherapy and field coverage!
Canadian Center for Ethics in Sport (CCES): The CCES is an independent, national, not-for-profit organization. We recognize that true sport can make a great difference for individuals, communities and our country. We are committed to working collaboratively to activate a values-based and principle-driven sport system; protecting the integrity of sport from the negative forces of doping and other unethical threats; and advocating for sport that is fair, safe and open to everyone.
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA): The World Anti-Doping Agency’s mission is to lead a collaborative worldwide movement for doping-free sport.
Global DRO: The Global Drug Reference Online provides athletes and support personnel with information about the prohibited status of specific medications based on the current World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List.
SPC Membership Perks
- Order a fully stocked sling bag for only $199.95 (Only $149.99 with your 25% initial order discount!)
- Receive a free SPC Member t-shirt when you order your fully stocked sling bag
- 25% off initial order (for new clients only)
- 15% discount on all subsequent orders
- Free shipping on all orders over $200
Meet Your Executive Committee
Standardized & Selective Courses: Glenn Wark & Julia Hochstein
Marketing and Communication Co-Coordinators
Geneviève Renaud & Kayla NG
Membership Development & Brand Ambassadors
Siobhan Karam & Giacomo Silvestri
Special Projects and Events Coordinators
Courtney Lacey & Craig Dixon
University of Ottawa: Lynn Leger (Year 2)
Queen’s University: Kendyl Wilson (Year 2)
University of Toronto: Laura Snoek (Year 2)
McMaster University: Emma Lis (Year 2)
Western University: Aleksandar Kravic & Nikki Garcia (Year 2)
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