Prentice Steffen MD FAAEM from Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team will speak at the Medicine of Cycling Main Conference August 18-20 2017 in CO Springs. Dr. Steffen has the distinct honor of being the first American physician to serve as team physician for a team competing in the Tour de France in 2008. Dr Steffen has been a strong supporter of anti-doping efforts for years. He has worked 7 tours and has been traveling and caring for cycling teams since the 1992 Veulta a Colombia with the Coors Light Racing Team. He will be presenting a lecture on A Day in the Life of a World Tour Cycling Team Doctor. Dr Steffen will also be presenting an interactive session with Dr Kevin Reichlin on a Collaborative Approach to Management of a Professional Cycling Team.
We have been hard at work planning the upcoming Medicine of Cycling Conference August 18-20, 2017 in CO Springs at USA Cycling. Word of mouth continues to be the most common way conference attendees find out about MOC, we would love for you to spread the word in your departments at work and local cycling communities. Here's an advertising sheet with all the information about the conference for you to share. CME CEU and PT credits will be available. Please use this link to register for the 2017 conference.
If you are interested in attending the Medical Emergencies in Cycling course (MECC) on August 18, we urge you to register for that quickly as there are a limited number for spots available.
The Bike Fit and Cycling Analysis Course topics and schedule have been adjusted based on your feedback. We now have more fitter topics and an exciting lineup of speakers.
We are also looking for volunteers for the conference if you know or are a student who is interested in volunteering send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org