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Scientific Programme day 2

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21st Grand Scientific Symposium
UP College of Medicine Day 2

The Sports and Wellness Summit
January 31 – Feb 1, 2014

Scientific Program

Time Allotment Topic Speaker/s
Day 2: 01-February-2014 (Saturday)
7:30 - 8:30 REGISTRATION
8:30 - 8:40 OVERVIEW OF DAY 2
PANEL DISCUSSION
Healing the Athlete: Managing Sports Injuries
Objective:
• To discuss common sports injury
• To discuss the current recommendations in managing sports injury in terms of pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic approaches.
• To discuss rehabilitation program for individuals with sports injury
Dr. Peter Bernardo
Dr. Ambrosio Valdez III
Dr. Gap Legazpi
10:30 - 10:15 COFFEE BREAK
10:15 - 11:30 PARALLEL SYMPOSIA
- Symposium 1: Raising hope: Coping with Defeat and Injuries
Objective:
• To discuss technique to help individuals cope with sport injuries and defeat.
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- Symposium 2: The needle that Relieves the Pain: Acupuncture in Sports Medicine
Objective:
• To discuss evidences that supports the use of acupuncture in managing pain and inflammation from sports injury.
Dr. Philip Tan-Gatue
- Symposium 3: Doping in Sports: The use and abuse of Performance Enhancers
• To discuss the adverse effects of doping substances used by athletes to enhance performance in sports.
Dr. Lyndon Bathan
- Symposium 4:Play it Safe with your skin: Skin Care in Sports
Objective:
• To discuss ways to prevent sport-related skin conditions.
Dr. Belen Dofitas
12:00 - 1:00 LUNCH SYMPOSIA (4 rooms)
1:00 - 2:00 BOOTH EXHIBIT
2:00 - 5:00 SPORTS CLINICS
- FIRST SET – Skills Training 2:00-3:30 pm
- Bandaging and Taping Techniques for Common Sports Injuries.
Objective:
• To demonstrate basic bandaging and taping techniques for common injuries on the following sports and wellness activities:
1. Basketball
2. Football
3. Running
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
- Basic First Aid for Sports Injuries
Objective:
• To demonstrate basic first aid for life-threatening conditions related to sports
1. Heat stroke
2. Neck injury
3. Skin avulsion
Department of Emergency Medicine
- Acupuncture for pain control
Objective:
• To demonstrate basic acupuncture technique to control musculoskeletal pain caused by sports injury.
Department of Family and Community Medicine
- Individualized nutrition prescription
Objective:
• To demonstrate how to do meal planning for individuals who are engaged in running, basketball and football.
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
- SECOND SET- Demonstration 3:30 – 5:00 pm -
- Running
Objective:
• To teach basic pre-conditioning exercises for running.
Coach Reyes and Rivera, UPIS track team with UPIS elite athletes
- Football
Objective:
• To teach basic movements of football.
Philippine Football Team
- Basketball
Objective:
• To teach basic movements of basketball.
PBA Legends
- Volleyball
Objective:
• To teach basic movements of volleyball.
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5:00 - 6:00 CLOSING AND TURN-OVER CEREMONIES



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