Canadian Academy of Sports and Exercise Medicine, Team Physician Development Course


Olympic Rings, Whislter, B.C.

The Canadian Academy of Sports and Exercise Medicine (CASEM) begins its annual meeting in beautiful Whistler, B.C. tomorrow.  Events have already begun, with the pre-conference Team Physician Development Course, and my good friend and fellow sports medicine colleague, Kate Wiley, M.D. from Calgary has been in attendance.  She provides us with a guest blog entry from Day 1 of the Team Physician course.  Thanks Kate!

Day 1- Team Physician Development Course, Guest Blog, Kate Wiley, M.D.

The sun is going down here in beautiful Whistler BC where I am attending the annual Canadian
Academy of Sports Medicine Meeting. What a gorgeous place to have a sportsmedicine
conference – awe inspiring mountains, alluring wilderness and a playground for the active

lost lake

Lost Lake, B.C.

I have returned from a run along the trails of Lost Lake, and I have been able to reflect upon the day’s lectures.  I am lucky to have some extra time in the day to get in some personal training for the summer’s upcoming triathlon series.  Despite being a “mature” athlete, a “master”, I am always looking to learn how to be more competitive.  I listen to the lectures with my patients foremost in my mind, but, selfishly, I also think about what I can take for my own use.  How can I get a little faster, recover more quickly, stay injury free?

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