Sports Medicine Educational Programs
At Holy Name Sports Medicine, we take our commitment to education just as seriously as our commitment to patient care. Educating our patients and those that are involved in their care is simply part of what we do. In fact, it's often the biggest part of what we do.
Holy Name Sports Medicine is involved in educational programs geared toward patients, parents, athletes, coaches, officials, certified athletic trainers, nurses, physicians and others. We host programs at our facilities, and our medical director is available for speaking engagements for groups at their locations.
Over the years, Dr Mendler has been a featured speaker on several television and radio programs as well as giving numerous interviews for newspaper and magazine articles. He has also spoken at several local and national professional meetings and provides lectures and workshops for medical professionals, school systems and athletic programs.
Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. Program
This program has been developed by the Rutgers University Youth Sports Council and provides the standard curriculum for volunteer coaches required by many recreation and municipal athletic programs to meet the legal requirements of the "Little League Law" of New Jersey.
Holy Name Sports Medicine provides this program at our Teaneck facility one Wednesday evening of each month. Pre-registration is required. A nominal fee is charged for course materials.
For additional information, or to register, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
To arrange for a presentation to your group on a sports medicine related topic, contact Dr Mendler at: email@example.com
Sports Medicine Journal Club
A free CEU program intended for area certified athletic trainers (ATC's). Currently the program runs one weekday per month for one hour. Holy Name Sports Medicine is a certified NATA-BOC Continuing Education Provider.
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org