Posted on May 27, 2016 by Courtney Barnes
We are looking for medical students who may want to attend MOCC 2016 as a volunteer. We need help with things like shuttling speakers to and from the airport, picking up coffee and supplies, assisting attendees and speakers and various other tasks. You would be free to be a part of the MOCC audience during […]
Posted on May 17, 2016 by Courtney Barnes
We are excited to share with you our most updated schedule for MOCC 2016. We’re busy finalizing details and hope you are making plans to join us in August! Here is our current schedule: SATURDAY, August 13, 2016 – Medicine of Cycling Conference 7:15 AM Registration MORNING MODERATOR: Aaron Goldberg, MD 7:50 AM Welcome and […]
Posted on March 11, 2016 by Courtney Barnes
Steve Broglio, Director of Research at Medicine of Cycling was interviewed by Bicycle Magazine about the potential of cycling related concussion leading to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). Symptoms of CTE generally begin 8–10 years after experiencing repetitive mild traumatic brain injury. In the early stages, CTE can cause decreased job performance, dizziness, and headaches. With […]
Posted on February 19, 2016 by Courtney Barnes
Registration is now open for the annual Medicine of Cycling Conference August 12 – 14, 2016 at the USA Cycling National Conference Center in Colorado Springs. We are pleased to announce fee reductions for this year. CME and CUE credits available. There is an exciting line up of speakers. UCSF is once again the CME […]
MEDICINE OF CYCLING VISION
Medicine of Cycling seeks to improve the quality of care for cycling athletes.
Cycling sometimes feels like NASCAR, but without the roll cage. Racers crash at 40 mph wearing just a helmet and some Lycra. The care they get is highly variable, depending on their insurance coverage, location, and who they know. We are working towards something better.
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REGISTER NOW for the upcoming Medicine of Cycling Conference, August 14th-16th, 2015 in Colorado Springs