Accredited for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
Credit Offering Period: September 2018 - September 2020
Changing the Game: How Sports Medicine Can Help with the Opioid Crisis
John Baldea, MD, CAQSM
Director, Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship
and Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine,
Indiana University School of Medicine
Team Physician, Center Grove High School
About the Speaker:
Dr. Baldea has practiced as a sports medicine specialist in the primary care setting for ten years. He focuses treatment plans on helping patients return to the activities they enjoy as quickly and safely as possible. Dr. Baldea is also a certified ImPACT consultant, and, as such, is qualified to diagnose and manage sports-related concussions.
Sports can be hard on the human body, and injuries are common. Some injuries are minor with short recovery times, and others can be catastrophic and might require surgery. Sports medicine physicians play a key role in pain management for musculoskeletal injuries. In this program, we will discuss the role of the “team behind the team” and how sports medicine physicians can help reduce the misuse of prescribed opiate medications, as athletes are not untouched by this epidemic.
At the end of this webinar, attendees should be able to:
- Identify conservative therapies used to treat sports injuries, such as physical therapy, exercise, injections, neuropathic and anti-neuropathic agents, NSAIDs and antidepressants.
- Determine appropriate short-term opioid therapy for fractures and other acute injuries.
- Determine selective long-term opioid therapy for a poor surgical candidate.
- Mitigate the potential for opioid misuse, abuse and addiction.
- Identify invasive therapies used to treat sports injuries, including interventional radiology; fluoroscopic-guided spinal (epidural, facet, transforaminal and nerve-block) injections; and surgery for obstinate chronic cases or severe acute injuries.
Designation Statement: The Indiana State Medical Association (ISMA) designates this enduring internet activity for a maximum of 1.0AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Accreditation Statement: The Indiana State Medical Association (ISMA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Note: While offering the CME credit hours listed in these pages, these activities are not intended to provide extensive training in a field.
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REGISTRATION DETAILS - PLEASE NOTE:
Once registered, you will receive an immediate “Registration Confirmation” email.
Within 24 hours, you will receive a secondary email containing a URL link to access the video recording, downloadable PowerPoint slides, pertinent handouts and the program evaluation form. Please note you must complete the program evaluation in order to finish the course and receive your CME Certificate, which will be sent via email within 2 weeks. At present, ISMA is processing certificates in batches, based on completion date.