Sports Medicine Lecture Series
Schedules Five Addresses for 2002-03
Posted August 19, 2002
HOLLAND -- The Distinguished Lecture Series in
Sports Medicine at Hope College will present five addresses
during the 2002-03 school year.
The series, which will feature a variety of
topics, is designed for health care professionals with an
interest in physically active patients, and is intended for
students, educators and clinicians alike. It is co-
sponsored by Holland Community Hospital, GRSportsCenter and
The series will open on Thursday, Sept. 26, with
"Instrumented Arthrometry for the Shoulder: From Feel to
Real," by Dr. Paul Borsa of the University of Michigan. On
Monday, Nov. 11, Dr. Patricia Kolodziej of River Valley
Orthopaedics of Grand Rapids will present "Persistent Ankle
Pain in Athletes." On Wednesday, Nov. 20, Dr. Sandra Shultz
of the University of North Carolina-Greensboro will present
"Strategies for Preventing Knee Injuries in Female
The series will continue in the spring semester on
Monday, Feb. 3, with "The Scapula, Scapulothoracic
Articulation, and Cervical Regions in the Throwing Athlete,"
by Scott Bruce of the University of Miami. The series will
conclude for the season on Thursday, April 3, with
"Developing Objective Return to Play Criteria Following
Concussions in Sport" by Dr. Stephen Bloom of Rehabilitative
and Physical Medicine Specialists of Grand Rapids.
The opening lecture on Thursday, Sept. 26; the
Wednesday, Nov. 20, lecture; and the Monday, Feb. 3, lecture
will be presented in the Maas Center at Hope College,
located on Columbia Avenue at 11th Street in Holland. The
Monday, Nov. 11, lecture and the Thursday, April 3, lecture
will be presented at Mary Free Bed Hospital, 235 Wealthy,
S.E. in Grand Rapids.
All lectures begin at 7 p.m. Admission is free.