- June 7, 2019 - June 8, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The 2019 MoATA Annual Meeting & Symposium will be held in Columbia, MO on the campus of Columbia College. The educational programming begins Friday June 7th at 1:00pm. Friday’s schedule includes education sessions on CBD Oil, Blood Flow Restriction in Rehabilitation, Role of Nutrition in Injury Prevention and Recovery, and Introduction to Dry Needling.
Saturday’s Schedule features sessions on Compression/Decompression, Legal Issues and the Athletic Trainer, and others. Please plan to attend the annual Hall of Fame and Awards Luncheon, as well as the MoATA Business Meeting on Saturday.
There will be up to 8.0 hours of Category A Continuing Education offered. Hall of Fame and Awards Luncheon will be limited to the first 120 registrants due to space restriction.
All education sessions of the 2019 MoATA Annual Business Meeting & Symposium will be held on the campus of:
Brouder Science Center
Bixby Lecture Hall
The 2019 MoATA Social will also be held on Friday evening at Laser Lanes in Columbia.
Please visit 2019 MoATA Educational Program for a detailed copy of the 2019 Educational Program schedule.
Upon completion of this program, a participant will be able to:
- Summarize research related to nutrition interventions associated with inflammation and injury prevention and recovery.
- Understand the physiological response, healing process, contraindications and indications for myofascial dry needling technique.
- Identify indications for the use of the addition of blood flow restriction into the rehabilitation program for injured athletes to effect return to play.
- Summarize the research related to CBD’s potential therapeutic effects
Visit 2019 Objectives to review additional items including MoATA Cancellation/Refund Policy, Program Cancellation/Refund Policy, and additional information.
**Please note** Registration will take you to a site managed by PayPal. Once you reach the site, you will have the option to pay with a credit, debit, or PayPal account.
Venue: Columbia College