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CTSQ Presents:

Athletic Therapy & Exercise Science
Concussion Conference

Please select your desired program:

Health Professional
Community Member
  • Free seminars
  • Community Skills Workshop
  • Exhibitors

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Speakers

John Boulay

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John Boulay is a certified Athletic Therapist (Concordia University B.Sc. 1980), Emergency Medical Technician (Dawson College 1984), and a registered Osteopath (College d’Études  Ostéopathique de Montreal  D.O. 1998). John specializes in the emergency care of sports injuries and pioneered sports first responder courses across Canada. He is a part-time faculty member at Concordia University teaching the Advanced Emergency Care in […] Read More…

Advanced protocol for head injury management immediate care up to 48 hours; new CTSQ standards:

This workshop will practically demonstrate the management and what to do immediately on-field, off-field within 15 mins, as well as up to 48 hours post head injury. An in-depth look at the latest accepted protocols for immediate care in line with the new CTSQ Standards for concussion/head injury management.

 

Laura Leslie

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Laura Leslie is a Certified Athletic Therapist and Osteopath with over 20 years of clinical experience at Concordia Physio Sport (N.D.G.) where she specializes in orthopedic conditions and the clinical evaluation and treatment of concussions. She is currently part-time faculty within the Department of Exercise Science at Concordia University where she has taught for the past 14 years.   Laura is […] Read More…

Post-Concussive Clinical Assessment and Vestibular evaluation:

This comprehensive workshop will not only focus on structures other than the brain affected by a concussion, but will highlight advanced assessment techniques to perform 48 hours+ after a head injury. This will demonstrate how a proper evaluation and treatment of the symptoms and cervical spine can have dramatic effects on the patient’s recovery.

 

Dr. Alain Ptito

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Dr. Alain Ptito is Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill University. Dr. Ptito has worked as a Neuropsychologist at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital since 1983 and is now Director of the Psychology Department at the MUHC. Dr. A. Ptito’s research program involves the investigation of the mechanisms involved in cerebral reorganization and plasticity in patient populations (hemispherectomy, […] Read More…
 
speakers

Jennifer Ann Scott & Gaby Adam

Get an inside look from some of our own Athletic Therapy pros who themselves have had to deal with long-term symptoms and challenges related to a traumatic brain injury.
 

Maren Gube & Miranda de Saint Rome

Meet and learn from a mother and her elite level soccer playing daughter who experienced not only 18 months of difficulties related to a concussion sustained on field but still struggles from continued challenges.
 

Schedule

Morning Concussion Seminar

8:00-8:20 Registration *donation
8:20-8:30 Intro
8:30-9:15 John Boulay
9:15-9:25 Maren/Miranda
9:25-10:10 TBD
10:10-10:20 Jennifer/Gaby
10:20-11:05 Laura Leslie
11:05-11:25 Question Period
11:25-11:35 CTSQ concussion statement & conclusion
11:35-12:15 Community Workshop “Recognizing key signals, what to do, where to go”
12:15-5:00 Exhibitors

*Collecting a new/used piece of sports equipment to be donated to Sun Youth Organization

Afternoon Workshop Series

1:35-3:05 Workshops A & B – John/Laura
3:05-3:45 Exhibitor snack time
3:45-5:15 Workshops A & B – John/Laura

Workshop A:

Advanced protocol for head injury management immediate care up to 48 hours; new CTSQ standards:

This workshop will practically demonstrate the management and what to do immediately on-field, off-field within 15 mins, as well as up to 48 hours post head injury. An in-depth look at the latest accepted protocols for immediate care in line with the new CTSQ Standards for concussion/head injury management. – John Boulay

Workshop B:

Post-Concussive Clinical Assessment and Vestibular evaluation:

This comprehensive workshop will not only focus on structures other than the brain affected by a concussion, but will highlight advanced assessment techniques to perform 48 hours+ after a head injury. This will demonstrate how a proper evaluation and treatment of the symptoms and cervical spine can have dramatic effects on the patient’s recovery. – Laura Leslie

Seminar Location

The lectures and workshops offered at the 2013 ATES Conference will be held at Concordia University (Loyola Campus), in the Richard J. Renaud Pavillion (SP)

Concordia University is ideally located at the corner of West Broadway and Sherbrooke Street West in N.D.G. The location is easily accessible, either by car, or via a short bus ride (#105) from the Vendome metro station. Free parking is available on the streets around campus.

Concordia University Science PavillionRichard J. Renaud Pavillion (SP)
7141 Sherbrooke St. West
Montreal, Quebec,
H4B 1R6

1670 rue Notre-Dame Est
Montreal, QC

(Under the blue awning)

Banquet

Awards Gala Evening

This year is also a special year as we come together as a community to drive change in the management of traumatic brain injuries. Come and join our event participants and volunteers as well as other proud supporters of the Athletic Therapy profession to celebrate those who are leading the way in Athletic Therapy excellence. Enjoy all-you-can-eat-and-drink banquet style evening with award and scholarship presentations as well as a keynote address.

Dress Code:
Business Casual

When:
Cocktails: 6:30 PM
Dinner: 7:30 PM

Cost:
Single Ticket: $85
Table for 8: $640*

*Contact CTSQ directly

Register

Registration for this event is closed.

Community Member (free)

Evening banquet (if desired)

November 2nd, 2013

If you have any questions or
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regarding the Athletic Therapy
& Exercise Science Conference
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Contact UsLa Corporation des Thérapeutes du sport du Québec (CTSQ)
7141 rue Sherbrooke ouest
SP. 165
Montreal, QC H4B 1R6

(514) 848-2424 ext. 3311
admin@ctsq.qc.ca