Some Area Hotels:
Fairfield Inn, 3408 Access Rd., 870-277-1870 ($84, Code: "SPWA" or "SPWB" ASU Sports Medicine)
Hampton Inn, 2900 Phillips Dr., 870-974-9500 ($85, Code: "ASU" Sports Medicine)
Holiday Inn Express, 2407 Phillips Dr., 870-932-5554, $94.
FairBridge Inn & Suites, 3006 S. Caraway Rd., 870-935-2030, $55 double occupancy, indoor pool,
complimentary breakfast Code: "Sports Medicine
Friday, March 14 – 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 15 – 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
This workshop will introduce to students a variety of sports medicine fields, concepts, and sports first aid. Students attending will hear from allied health and sports medicine speakers, including athletic trainers, physical therapists and strength and conditioning coaches; learn more about sports medicine career options; and gain first responder action tips for icing, taping, bracing, etc. There will be demonstrations and small hands-on projects for response techniques and intervention.
A certificate will be awarded to students who successfully complete all sessions of the workshop. A free t-shirt and lunch will be provided for registrants. Friday evening will include a panel of professionals for a discussion and a question and answer session for the participants. Parents are invited to attend the general session Friday evening with panel guests and instructors: Ron Carroll, Amanda Wheeler, Ron Johnson, David Smith, et. al.
Program Questions: For more information about the program, contact Ron Carroll, Head Athletic Trainer, ASU Department of Sports Medicine, at (870) 972-3342 or (870) 243-4705.
Certain risks of personal physical injury, property damage or other losses exist with respect to participation in camps/clinics/workshops, etc. at ASUJ. Participants must assume all risks of any such personal injuries, property damages, or other losses that participant may sustain as a result of participation in said events. Arkansas State University does not assume responsibility for payment of ambulance services, emergency room fees, prescriptions, or any other medical treatment.
This activity is a non-academic, non-degree seeking workshop offered as a community outreach initiative and is not affiliated with the university’s degree credit programs.