Presenter: Daniel Clearfield, DO, MS, FAOASM
Date Presentation Originally Occurred: Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Time: On Demand. Will be available for purchase until November 28, 2019
To Receive 1.0 of AOA Category 1 A CME Credit: You will be prompted by an email from one of our staff to take a pre-test after purchasing the webinar. After the pre-test is completed, you will be given the link to the webinar recording. After watching the webinar, you must complete a post-test with a 70% or better pass rate (up to three chances to achieve the passing grade). After viewing, you may submit questions pertaining to the presentation, and the presenter will respond to your questions within one week.
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- Physician Non-Member: $80
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After attending this webinar you will understand mechanical conditions that can affect the athlete’s skin and recognize and understand the management of skin infections in the athlete.
Daniel A. Clearfield, DO, MS, FAOASM, is a physician at MaxHealth Family & Sports Medicine in Colleyville, TX, where he practices osteopathic sports medicine and is also an Adjunct Professor at UNTHSC-TCOM. Dr. Clearfield has previously served on the AOASM Board of Directors and has served on numerous committees within the AOASM, including the website, research, student/resident/fellow, and conference program planning committees. Additionally, he is part of the AOASM’s international educational efforts as a Sports Osteopathy International Trainer. Dr. Clearfield covers numerous high schools and area sports and is a team physician for USA Wrestling and USA Judo.
The American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. The AOASM designates this program for a maximum of 1.0 of AOA Category 1-A credits, and will report CME commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation. To receive Category 1A CME credits, you must complete a CME reporting form, which will be emailed to all attendees after completion of the webinar.