3 Exciting Virtual Meetings at Your Desk:
Friday, November 6, 1200-1400 EDT
Friday, November 13, 1200-1400 EDT
Friday, November 20, 1200-1400 EDT


The virtual meeting will be co-developed and planned to achieve scientific integrity, objectivity and balance.
The physician organization (TPMRC) has ultimate authority over all decisions and is accountable to ensure that the administrative, educational and ethical accreditation standards for group learning activities are met.
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Co-development is defined by the Royal College as the process by which two or more organizations — at least one of which must be a physician organization — prospectively collaborate to develop and implement an accredited educational activity, learning resource or tool.

Program Highlights

Friday, November 20, 2020 - CASEM Co-developed Sports Medicine Lectures

  • 1200-1205 - Introduction
    Larry Robinson
  • 1205-1230 - Hip Pain: The Millennial And Middle Aged Hip
    Margaret Burghardt
  • 1230-1245 - Questions & Discussion
  • 1245-1310 - Management of Sport Related Concussion in the Adaptive Athlete
    Richard Goudie
  • 1310-1325 - Questions and discussion
  • 1325-1345 - Relative Energy Deficiency In Sport (red-s): A Clinical Guide To Diagnosis And Treatment
    Margo Mountjoy
  • 1345-1355 - Questions & Discussion
  • 1355-1400 - Wrap up & Applause

Past events:

Friday, November 6, 2020

  • 1200-1205 - Introduction
    Hossein Amani
  • 1205-1225 - Cervical Spine
    Jeff Wilson
  • 1225-1245 - Thoracic Spine
    Howard Ginsberg
  • 1245-1300 - Questions & Discussion
  • 1300-1320 - Lumbar Spine
    Joel Finkelstein
  • 1320-1340 - Role of Physiatrist in Spine Care
    Hossein Amani and David Berbrayer
  • 1340-1355 - Questions & Discussion
  • 1355-1400 - Wrap up & Applause

Friday, November 13, 2020

  • 1200-1205 - Introduction
    Larry Robinson
  • 1205-1225 - Peripheral Nerve Transfers
    Paul Binhammer
  • 1225-1245 - Transfer for Brachial Plexus Injury
    Heather Baltzer
  • 1245-1300 - Questions and discussion
  • 1300-1320 - Transfers for SCI
    Jana Dengler
  • 1320-1340 - Role of EMG
    Larry Robinson
  • 1340-1355 - Questions & Discussion
  • 1355-1400 - Wrap up & Applause

About the Conference

The Toronto Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Conference (TPMRC) is a one-day conference to bring together superb experts to give high impact interactive lectures and to disseminate cutting-edge information on topics pertinent to the field of PM&R.

Target Audience: Faculty and Resident Physiatrists & PM&R specialists, Trauma, MSK & Pain specialists.

Other Specialties of Interest: family physicians & general practitioners, neurologists, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, trauma specialists, pain & sports medicine specialists, nurses, physical & occupational therapists, social workers, and psychologists.

At the end of the activity, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the latest advances in cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine care
  • Describe the approach to electrodiagnostic evaluation and nerve transfers for spinal cord injury and peripheral nerve injury
  • Review approaches to common sports medicine presentations


This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada for 6.00 hours. This program has been reviewed and approved by the Canadian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Continuing Professional Development Committee.

The organizing committee reserves the right to cancel the Toronto Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Conference and return all fees in the event of insufficient registration. The liability of the Toronto Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Conference is limited to the registration fee. The Toronto Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Conference will not be responsible for any losses incurred by registrants, including but not limited to airline.

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