USA Rugby Medical Symposium

The first-ever USA Rugby Medical Symposium took place in 2009, and the event has grown to include hundreds of attendees from over 14 countries.  On February 10-11, 2012 the third annual Symposium will take place in Las Vegas, and it promises to be the best yet.


Click here to register for the Symposium and learn about the social events and the USA Sevens rugby tournament.


Medical professionals from all over the world make their way to Vegas to enjoy two days of expert speakers and receive the cutting-edge research in sports medicine with a specific focus on rugby. 


On top of the excellent sessions and presentations, this conference has been approved for the equivalent of 7 AMA PRA Category 2 Credits™ and 7 BOC Category A Continuing Education Units as approved by the Board of Certification for Certified Athletic Trainers.


After the Symposium, attendees can enjoy world-class rugby at the USA Sevens, the fifth stop on the HSBC Sevens World Series.  The USA men's national team will compete in the 16-team tournament alongside New Zealand, England, South Africa, and other rugby giants from all over the planet.


Topics include 'Concussions in Rugby: Current Best Practice and What the future holds,' as well as presentations from rugby experts but also experts from other contact sports including Don Gerber (Neuropsychologist for the Denver Broncos and Colorado Avalanche), Paul Goodman (Head Strength Coach for the Chicago Blackhawks), and Richard Quincy (United States Olympic Committee Associate Medical Director).


Don't miss out on this great opportunity to sharpen your knowledge of rugby sports medicine and register today!