Friend of our site


MMA Headlines


UFC HP


Josh Gross


MMA Fighting


MMA Torch


MMA Weekly


Sherdog (News)


Sherdog (Articles)


Lowkick


Liver Kick


Fightsport Asia


Caged In


MMA Junkie


MMA Mania


Bloody Elbow


Fightlinker


Fightnomics


MMA Ratings


Rating Fights


Infinite MMA


MMA Convert


Fightline


Fight Medicine


CompuBox


CompuStrike


MMA Frenzy


Ult MMA


Fighters


Kevin Iole


Yahoo MMA Blog


MMA Betting


Search this site



Latest Articles


News Corner


MMA Rising


MMA Chronicle


David Williams


Audio Corner


Oddscast


Tapout Radio


Sherdog Radio


Joe Ferraro


The Fightworks Podcast


Eddie Goldman


Pro MMA Radio


MMA Torch


Video Corner


Fight Hub


The Fight Nerd


Special thanks to...

Link Rolodex

Site Index


To access our list of posting topics and archives, click here.

Friend of our site


Buy and sell MMA photos at MMA Prints

Site feedback


Fox Sports: "Zach Arnold's Fight Opinion site is one of the best spots on the Web for thought-provoking MMA pieces."

Site Meter

« | Home | »

Upcoming New Jersey Combat Sports Medicine seminar on April 6th

By Zach Arnold | March 24, 2012

Print Friendly and PDF

The New Jersey State Athletic Control Board (NJSACB), the Association of Boxing Commissions (ABC) Medical Chair and lead MMA/Muay Thai physician for the NJSACB, Dr. Sherry Wulkan, in conjunction with Atlantic Health of Morristown Hospital, is pleased to announce a CME accredited symposium in Combat Sports Medicine.

“The symposium kicks off the first Combat Sports fellowship elective in the nation. We believe this approach toward proactively training physicians in the nuances of Combat Sports medicine will help meet the need for well versed ringside doctors for these increasingly popular athletic contests now and in the future.” Dr. Wulkan

“In the interest of fighter health and safety, we hope both the symposium and this novel approach to Sports Medicine Fellowship training, sparks interest in incorporating Combat Sports Medicine into medical curricula throughout the country.” Dr. Wulkan

What:

Combative Sports Medicine Symposium – This comprehensive symposium will introduce participants to Combative Sports medical issues from pre-evaluation to post fight.

Where:

Atlantic Sports Health Conference Center
111 Madison Avenue
4th Floor
Morristown, NJ 07960

When:

Friday April 6, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 5:45 PM EDT

Attendees may earn up to 7.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

Registration: 8:00 AM to 8:30 AM

Agenda:

For further information or registration assistance, please contact Sheryl Wulkan, MD at Sherry.Wulkan@gmail.com.

Topics: MMA, Media, Zach Arnold | 3 Comments » | Permalink | Trackback |

3 Responses to “Upcoming New Jersey Combat Sports Medicine seminar on April 6th”

  1. Darkmader says:

    Zach: Texas strikes again with the Kirkland vs Molina fight. Maybe that was within the rules, but it was total bullshit, and of course we had one corrupt/stupid judge who had Kirkland winning.

    But even before that there was chaos. Kirkland had to take a urine test before the fight and it was just a cluster F. Who even knows how that will go down.

    If you’re bored with the TRT stuff dig in and do some research in the athletic commission in Texas as it’s obviously one of the most corrupt and incompetent States by far.

  2. Darkmader says:

    The Rios vs can countdown was excellent. Rios is a character and besides pac the most exciting fighter in the world. Even though he’s not that good.

    People rave about the UFC countdown shows, but this was magical because they are selling 2 fighters, who will destroy their opponent. And no, I will not say even on paper as it’s almost a gimmick in boxing but in MMA it applies.

    Boxing will be around for the next 20+ years for sure, but with countdowns like this, they know they have to make stars and Rios just turned into one, but he always was a gem to the hardcore public. Love/hate him, he will bring the action.

  3. Nepal says:

    Off topic but interesting, MMA has hit Thailand.

    http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/investigation/285896/these-guys-oughta-be-locked-up-cage-fighting-hits-town

    It was in a nightclub in downtown Bangkok.

Comments

*
To prove you're a person (not a spam script), type the security word shown in the picture.
Anti-spam image