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INTRO TO Sports Medicine

One-Week Summer Medicine Program

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Calling all athletes and sports fanatics! Explore what it takes to keep elite athletes in tip top shape on and off the field. Our new one-week Sports Medicine program will expose students to the medical methods that help athletes improve their athletic performance as well as recover from and prevent future injuries. Some of the topics covered in this week-long course include physical therapy, surgery, orthopedics, concussion research, and much more. Students will receive hands-on experiences learning about a variety of advanced techniques on rehabilitation and performance. This course is perfect for students passionate about medicine and sports.

This one-week summer program is designed for teens interested in pre-med.

 

SUMMER 2024 DATES

July 22 – 26, 2024 Olin/Wellesley

July 29 – August 2, 2024 Gann/Bentley

More About: Awards – Research Programs – Sample Week 

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Instructor: Alessandro Tagliavia

Mr. Tagliavia is a graduate student at Tufts University, earning his Masters of Biomedical Sciences. He received his Master’s of Public Health from Boston University after earning his undergraduate degree from Boston College, where he was captain of the rowing team. He is currently a Research Assistant in the Department of Anesthesia at Mass General Hospital. 

Student Comments from Summer 2023

I really liked the information taught in the program and how each day we had a different objective for class (casts, mental health, anatomy, nutrition). I loved both of the teachers, they were really informative and interesting, and down to Earth.’

It was a very interesting class, and we were engaged throughout the whole class. It was very interactive with many physical activities to keep us entertained. There was always time for questions, so nothing was too confusing.’

I really liked the class, it was very engaging. The teachers balanced teaching with fun activities where we were able to put into action the things that we learned. I liked learning how to wrap injuries and how to diagnose a concussion, etc.’

‘I really enjoyed hearing from our guest this week who works as a PT. I got a lot of helpful information and learned about her personal experiences. I loved the instructors who showed great patience while teaching. Thank you guys, it was such a fun week!’

‘The program was a great way to expose myself to sports medicine to see if I was genuinely interested in the field. It was relieving to meet people who also had been injured before and wanted to become a PT. It was nice to relate to each others’ stories.’ 

Our Programs are Featured on the National Association for Gifted Children Website

Note: this page represents our best expectations for the program we will deliver, but is subject to change. We will update this page as new information becomes available.

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