Trauma: An Osteopathic Perspective of Body, Mind, and Spirit

Trauma: An Osteopathic Perspective of Body, Mind, and Spirit

Merchandise Details: Convo2022

March 23-27, 2022

Registration Fees
(AAO or AOASM)

Early By: 2/17/2022

 Regular By:  3/6/22

Late After: 3/7/22

Active full member

$715

$815

$865

Retired member

$535

$635

$685

First two years in practice

$535

$635

$685

AAO Residents* or AAO NUFA**

$410

$510

$560 

Sports Medicine Post-Doctoral Fellows & Residents**

$410

$510

$560 

Associate member

$715

$815

$865

International affiliate

$715

$815

$865

Supporter member

$715

$815

$865

Nonmember

$1015

$1115

$1165

*Includes option for Resident Track on Friday.

**AAO NUFA Members have the option to register for the physician program or the student program.


If your new AAO or AOASM membership application has not been approved, you will be charged the nonmember rate for Convocation. It may take 24 hours for applications to be approved.
 
Once you have registered you will be notified at a later date to come back and make your workshop selections!

 


 
Member Price: $1,215.00
Non-Member Price: $1,215.00

 
Maximum Capacity: 999

 
When: 3/23/2022 @ 08:00 AM to 3/27/2022 @ 12:00 PM
Registration open from: 10/26/2021 to 3/27/2022

 
Quantity:
 
  Registration Closed  
Event Description

A person is a unit of body, mind, and spirit – this is a core tenet of osteopathic philosophy. This year’s conference will review the latest updates of each of these aspects and their impacts on our patients with a history of trauma. For the first time, the American Academy of Osteopathy (AAO), and the American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine (AOASM) are teaming up to explore these relationships, particularly in the athletic population. The conference will kick off with a day of sports medicine topics – the following day will be the “Body” day, examining the physical and musculoskeletal responses to trauma. Then, the “Mind” day will focus on the neuropsychological and neuroanatomic response to trauma with a special emphasis on pain perception. The “Spirit” day will discuss the psychological aspects of trauma. The final day will incorporate all these considerations into an improved practice approach for us all. 

If your new AAO or AOASM membership application has not been approved, you will be charged the nonmember rate for Convocation. It may take 24 hours for applications to be approved.

 

Shawn Kerger, DO, FAOASM
Dr. Shawn Kerger is a 1996 graduate of the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he completed a pre-doctoral fellowship in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM).  He’s since earned board certification in Osteopathic Family Practice and OMM, and a CAQ in Sports Medicine after training at Sports Care with Dr. Gunnar Brolinson.  He was an Osteopathic Director and DME at a parallel-track FP residency at The Toledo Hospital and the Osteopathic Site Director at Sports Care, where he served as head team physician for the Toledo Slayers and the Perrysburg Yellow Jackets, and team physician for the University of Toledo Rockets, the Toledo Mud Hens, and the Toledo Storm.  He also served as a co-chairman for The Toledo Hospital Ethics Committee.  Dr. Kerger was the Discipline Chair of OMM at Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine and an associate professor in Sports Medicine where he was providing care for the Virginia Tech varsity athletes.  He obtained his 3rd board certification (in Neuromuscular and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine) in 2005 and was recently named a Fellow in the American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine.

Currently, he is the Chair, OMM Department, Clinical Professor, OMM, OMM Year 1 Liaison, PHWC at the OU-HCOM Dublin campus; the medical director of the Peter E. Johnston, DO, Simulation and Education Center at Doctors Hospital; the OMM Division Chair at Doctors Hospital; and sees patients in a sports medicine / musculoskeletal medicine practice.

Priscilla Tu, DO, FAOASM, FAAFP
Dr. Tu, a graduate of the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, completed a dually-accredited family medicine residency program at Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, Virginia, before returning to her alma mater, Duke University, to serve as the Primary Care Sports Medicine fellow.  After several years as faculty at Duke, she returned to the Virginia Tech Carilion Family Medicine Residency, where she is now the Associate Program Director as well as the Director of Osteopathic Education. She is an associate professor for the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and an assistant professor for the Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Dr. Tu is also a diplomat for the American Board of Medical Acupuncturists.  She is a team physician for Northside High School, several area colleges, and USA Volleyball. 

Course Location:
Make hotel reservations now: AAO 2022 Physician Convocation, AAO 2022 Student Block.

Rosen Shingle Creek 9939 Universal Blvd., Orlando, FL 32819

To make your reservations by phone, call 1-866-996-6338 and use booking code 35810 for physicians or 80470 for students 

About the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort
On 255 acres along Shingle Creek, the headwaters of the Everglades, rises Rosen Shingle Creek. The luxury hotel breaks above the horizon and fills the sights of anyone traveling the southern end of Universal Boulevard, off which it is located. As you approach the property, you realize how close it is to the Orange County Convention Center North/South expansion and the Orlando International Airport. All of Orlando’s best attractions, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment venues are within a short distance of this ideal location.

The hotel’s 1,501 guestrooms offer luxurious first-class settings wrapped in Spanish revival architecture. Capitalizing on Rosen Shingle Creek’s elevation, every single room offers a stunning view of the area’s incomparable setting. The perfectly manicured fairways and greens of Shingle Creek Golf Course, the picturesque creek lined by magnificent cypress trees, and lush natural vegetation seem to enter the room through oversized windows. This immersive experience is what guests love the most about staying at Rosen Shingle Creek.

Yet the beauty of it all is receiving the lavish experience without paying resort prices, and you never pay a resort fee. Rosen Shingle Creek’s profound dedication to outstanding service is what makes us unique in the tourist capital of the world. In addition, hotel guests receive complimentary self-parking.  Rosen Shingle Creek’s third and best-known quality creates the perfect trifecta—award-winning customer service.