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Bon Secours Health System presented its first Sports Medicine Symposium in…

first_imgGalway Beat Limerick in Free Ridden Salthill Encounter Facebook Talking Points: Limerick’s unbeaten run comes to an end as they prepare for All-Ireland final rematch Linkedin Pictured at the Bon Secours Sports Medicine Symposium 2018 Return to Play Criteria. From left to right:Mr. Declan Bowler Consultant Orthopaedic & Sports Surgeon Bon Secours Hospital Cork,Emilie McGrath Clinical Specialist Chartered Physiotherapist Manager Bon Secours Hospital Galway,David Wallace Former rugby International & sports broadcasterBon Secours Health System presented its first Sports Medicine Symposium on Saturday in Thomond Park Limerick.This Symposium debated the ethical dilemma facing coaches and medical professionals in determining the right time for professional athletes and amateur sports players to return to play.Leading experts from the GAA, IRFU, the English Sports Institute, Bon Secours Health System medical professionals and academics explored topics from concussion injury to hip, ankle, knee and common sports related hand injuries. It also provided the launch pad for the Bon Secours Health System new Sports Medicine Service.The theme of this conference is Return to Play criteria, integral for strategic decision making for sports medicine clinicians and managers alike. This symposium provided a national forum for the discussion of current best practice, new research and clinical reasoning in the area of sports injury management and concussion. Conference speakers included Orthopaedic Consultants, Chartered Physiotherapists, Sports Psychologists, Sports Medicine researchers and senior sports managers and players, all experts in their respective fields.https://events.investnet.ie/ sports-medicine-symposium/Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Dr. Phil Glasgow, Head of Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy, IRFUBon Secours announced its new Sports Medicine Service. This new patient centred service will provide rapid access to sports injury treatment in multiple Bon Secours sites across the country. Gp’s, physiotherapists, sports clubs and patients themselves will have rapid access to Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist triage, followed by radiology, consultant review and surgery if necessary. The service is being developed and piloted in Bon Secours Cork, Galway and Tralee and will be expanded to all Bon Secours sites nationwide subsequently.Leaders in their field such as Dr Phil Glasgow , head Physiotherapist IRFU, Dr Lee Herrington, English Institute of Sports, Dr Pat O’Neill, Sports Physician debated these and other topics side by side with Orthopaedic Surgeons, Chartered Physiotherapists and Consultant Radiologists from Bon Secours hospitals across the country. Input was  given from sports psychologists, managers and high level players. David Wallace former Munster Irish and British and Irish Lions rugby player also joined the discussion where he highlighted and give tips on how to get back to play physically and how to get mentally back to full confidence following injury.Emilie McGrath Clinical Specialist Chartered Physiotherapist and Mr Declan Bowler, Consultant Orthopaedic Consultant said “We were delighted to welcome key decision makers in the field of sports medicine and rehabilitation to the Bon Secours Sports Medicine Conference in Thomond. This conference was timed to announce the development of a new and exciting model of sports injury treatment and rehabilitation across the Bon Secours Group. As clinical leads in this new service Declan and Emilie are anticipating discussion and debate around topical areas of interest such as concussion diagnosis and treatment and early vs late return to play post ACL reconstruction”.More about health here. TAGSBon Secours Health SystemGAAIRFUReturn to PlaySports Medicine SymposiumThomond Park ICYMI: Billy Lee confirms 40-man Limerick Senior Football Squad for 2021 WATCH: Donal Ryan says there is a “great buzz” in the squad as the Ladies Footballer’s gear up for Offaly WhatsApp WATCH: John Kiely reflects on ‘fair result’ against Tipperarycenter_img Calling all Limerick GAA Clubs Print Email Previous articleMotorcyclists urged to “Bike Safe” over the summer monthsNext articleState need to speed up delivery of social housing says Limerick TD Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter NewsHealthBon Secours Health System presented its first Sports Medicine Symposium in LimerickBy Staff Reporter – April 19, 2018 2475 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisementlast_img read more

Phil Lesh, Margo Price, Sturgill Simpson, & More Rock Outlaw Music Festival At Hollywood Bowl [Photos/Videos]

first_imgOn Sunday, October 21st, Willie Nelson‘s traveling Outlaw Music Festival made its way to the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles for the final stop on its lengthy 2018 schedule. The day’s schedule featured performances by Nelson as well as Phil Lesh & Friends, Sturgill Simpson, Lukas Nelson + Promise of the Real, Margo Price, and Particle Kid.This special Outlaw Music Festival stop marked the event’s first outing on the west coast, so the addition of a new artist to the Outlaw stable, California musical heavyweight Phil Lesh of Grateful Dead fame, served as an appropriate inclusion. Following Particle Kid, Lukas Nelson, Margo Price, and Sturgill Simpson’s sets, Lesh took the stage with his “Friends” of the day—Jackie Greene, Jason Crosby, Nathan Graham, and Cris Jacobs—for the evening’s penultimate set. Phil’s nine-song set featured a spirited mix of Dead favorites including “Althea”, “New Minglewood Blues”, “Brown-Eyed Women”, “Candyman”, “China Cat Sunflower”, “Shakedown Street”, “Viola Lee Blues”, and “Sugaree”. For their final song, Phil Lesh & Friends welcomed Margo Price to the stage to help them through “Turn On Your Love Light”.Following Phil’s set, Willie Nelson & Family closed out the show with a headlining set of their own featuring, among other highlights, a rendition of Larry Davis– and Joseph Wade Scott-penned classic “Texas Flood” (popularized by Stevie Ray Vaughan) with the Lone Star flag emblazoned across the backdrop of the stage. He also welcomed out Lesh and Price at the tail end of the set to add vocals to “I Saw The Light”, “I’ll Fly Away”, and “Will The Circle Be Unbroken”.You can watch a selection of videos from Outlaw Music Festival’s stop at the Hollywood Bowl below. You can also view a full gallery of photos from the day courtesy of Matthew Rea.Phil Lesh & Friends w/ Margo Price – “Turn On Your Love Light” [Bobby “Blue” Bland cover][Video: rb1229]Sturgill Simpson – “Machine Gun” [Band of Gypsys cover, partial][Video: mano1971music]Margo Price – “9 to 5” [Dolly Parton cover][Video: Rich Saputo]Willie Nelson – “Always On My Mind”[Video: mano1971music]Willie Nelson – “It’s All Going To Pot”, “Roll Me Up & Smoke Me When I Die”[Video: Rich Saputo]Setlist: Phil Lesh & Friends | Outlaw Music Festival | Hollywood Bowl | Los Angeles, CA | 10/21/18Althea, New Minglewood Blues, Brown-Eyed Women, Candyman, China Cat Sunflower, Shakedown Street, Viola Lee Blues, Sugaree, Turn On Your Love Light**with Margo PriceOutlaw Music Festival w/ Phil Lesh, Willie Nelson, Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price, & More | Hollywood Bowl | Los Angeles, CA | 10/21/18 Load remaining imageslast_img read more

LandSecs plots hi-tech strategy

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Christopher Allen Schmitt – Sunman

first_imgChristopher Allen Schmitt, of Sunman, was born on December 18, 1960 in Indianapolis, the son of Herman L. and Amelia Schmitt.  He married Cassie Metcalf on November 27, 2010 and she survives.  He worked construction for many years building and roofing houses.  Christopher loved to take care of his animals and hunt and fish in his spare time.  On January 12, 2019 at the age of 58, he passed away.Christopher leaves behind his wife, Cassie Schmitt; two daughters, Clarissa Lee Ann Price of Danville, and Tomeka (Dan) Gross of Bainbridge; brothers, Michael (Priscilla) Schmitt of Las Vegas, NV, Herman C. Schmitt of Avon, John (Jackie) Schmitt of Lakeland, FL, and Louis (Tina) Schmitt of Indianapolis; sisters, Martha (Jon) Ferguson of Danville, Markie Meadows of Avon, and Rosemary Schmitt of Mooresville; aunts, Ruth Nelson of Indianapolis and Mary Schmitt of Danville as well as grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and numerous friends.  He will be missed by all those who knew him.  Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Anthony Dominic Schmitt.  Services will be held at 12 noon on Friday, January 18, 2018 at Hope Baptist Church in Dillsboro with visitation from 10 a.m. until time of service.  Burial will follow in St. Paul cemetery in Sunman.  Memorial contributions can be directed to the funeral home on behalf of the family.  To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Christopher Schmitt.last_img read more

Republican Sen. Mike Enzi announces 2020 retirement

first_imgWyoming Republican US Sen. Mike Enzi announced Saturday that he will seek a fifth term in 2020.The 75-year-old made the announcement in his hometown of Gilette.Enzi, who is chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, was first elected to the US Senate in 1996, replacing former Republican Sen. Al Simpson.Enzi’s retirement means Wyoming will have its first open seat in more than a decadeThe seat is expected to go to a Republican.Enzi’s departure could open the way for Republican Rep. Liz Cheney, daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, the New York Times reports.last_img

Hoffman: Supreme Court ruling will help small rural schools in Kansas

first_imgKyle Hoffmanby Kyle Hoffman, Kansas State Representative of 116th District — The Legislature is nearing the time when we will recess on April 5. There are lots of things going on that are of interest to the citizens of Kansas, so I will try to highlight some of them.Education and the Gannon Supreme Court RulingThe Supreme Court ruling on the Gannon lawsuit was handed down on March 7. This lawsuit had been going on for several years and was filed on the basis of adequacy and equity among school districts. This ruling is complicated but recognizes that total dollars spent is not the only solution but that the focus should be on supporting teachers and improving student outcomes. Based on a previous decision in a 1989 Kentucky Supreme Court ruling, Rose v. Council for Better Education, Inc., there was a specific set of standards that constitute an adequate education.The district court was directed to use that test to determine adequacy in the Kansas education system. As for the equity part, the court has outlined the test that “school districts must have reasonably equal access to substantially similar educational opportunity through similar tax effort.” Since the ruling was received, the Governor, House, and Senate are meeting to determine the best manner in which to fulfill this mission. It will entail determining school financing as well as providing the best educational opportunities for Kansas children.The Appropriations Committee will be discussing this issue and will have a plan to address the equity portion of the ruling prior to the first adjournment on April 5. This will be of considerable benefit to rural schools, as they do not have the funding abilities of larger urban districts. Let me stress to you that as your representative, education is a top priority for me and the Republican PartySeismic Activity in Southwest KansasFor the last few weeks, there has been considerable seismic activity in and around southwest Kansas. Since 2009, Oklahoma has also seen an increase and has been monitoring the activity for the last several years. At this time, there aren’t any specific identifiable causes, since seismic activity has gone on in previous years, but not to that extent.The Committee on Appropriations is considering HB 2763, which is “an act concerning the abandoned oil and gas well fund, transfer of moneys; expanding and developing the state seismic monitoring network; and would amend and repeal existing statutes.” I will be watching this closely and will keep you informed about the progress of this issue.CDLs and Commercial RegulationsIn my last newsletter, I told you about the CDLs and Commercial Regulations. A hearing on HB 2748 was held last Thursday where there was considerable testimony presented. The Kansas Highway Patrol is opposing this bill based on safety issues and decreased federal funding. Another meeting is scheduled this week to work on the issues, and hopefully, will be a satisfactory solution for all concerned.ROZ ExpansionHB 2417 passed out of my committee and the House and is now in the Senate for its approval. I will keep you informed as to the progress. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. 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If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Pages and VisitorsLast week, I had the privilege of having four students from Conway High School serve as pages. They were Garrett Hartman, Molly Hullinger, Kyla Reep, and Leora Seiler. They attended the morning session of the House, toured the Capitol, and even went at least part of the way to the dome. Pictures with the Governor, when he is here, are taken with each group. Today, two students from Peyton and Ethan Jellison, paged, along with their parents and grandmother visiting. I am always happy to have pages attend so they can get glimpse of what goes on during the session. There might be a few vacancies left for this session, so if anyone is interested, call and see if we can work you in. The contact number is 785-296-7643.I’m also always happy to arrange a time to meet with you individually here in Topeka, but even if you are unable to come to Topeka, please contact me anytime; I’m always interested in hearing your thoughts on what you’re hearing around the district. It’s very helpful for me when I have reliable feedback.After the three-week break in April, the Legislature will return on April 30 and remain in session until we are finished. The 90th day of the session is May 15, so it is hoped everything can be accomplished by then.Please remember bills and other helpful information can be easily accessed through the legislature’s website at www.kslegislature.com.Contact InformationMy office is 481-W, State Capitol Building, Topeka KS 66612Tel # 785-296-7643 or 800-432-3924; email [email protected] district mailing address is 1318 Avenue T, Coldwater, KS 67029, Tel # 620-582-2217As always, I welcome your comments as I work through this session. I want to thank you for this opportunity and I consider representing you a great honor.Please feel free to forward this newsletter to your neighbors in District 116.last_img read more

Sara Dixon resigns as Wellington Public Librarian

first_imgSara Dixonby James Jordan, Sumner Newscow — Friday was Sara Dixon’s last day as the Wellington Public Library’s librarian. She starts her new job as the general reference Librarian at the Wichita Public Library today.“I loved Wellington,” she said. “I am sad to go. Wellington will always be a special place to me. It is difficult to leave the community. But I have to keep growing. It is time to move on.”She worked at the Wellington public library for almost two years, and it was her first job after getting her degree. She had worked in libraries before finishing her degree. She received a Bachelors of Art in English from Kansas University in 2005 and her Masters in librarian information studies in 2011 from Florida State.Dixon said she is confident she is leaving the library in good hands. Youth services director Lisa Vargas will be the interim librarian until the Wellington Library Board chooses a replacement.“The staff here is fantastic, and they will continue to do a great job,” she said. “I am also thankful for the volunteers. If we did not have them we would be lost.”She said programs would continue as normal at the Wellington Library.One program she started was trivia night at Barefoot Jerrys, and she has been pleased with its success.In Wichita, Dixon will be more focused on adult services, which is where her studies in college were focused.“That is more what I wanted to do when I was in college, so I am excited about that,” she said.Dixon was also involved in the community during her time in Wellington. She helped a community garden get started this year, and hopes that will continue to grow.She said she is sad to leave but is also looking forward to new opportunities.“I am excited about where this library is headed. I think it will maintain its forward momentum,” she said.last_img read more

Champions celebrity tennis tournament…All hail the King

first_imgThe 36th Annual Mixed Doubles Celebrity Tennis Tournament did not conclude on Labor Day as has been it’s history but the end results were very similar.Once again Dom Costa claimed championship honors with this year’s partner LaWade Garvis, who is also no stranger to the winner’s platform. BEST OF THE BEST—2011 Champions Celebrity Tennis Tournament staff and winners from left: Kalea, Diamond Models director; Donna Bey, tournament director;  Joyce Scott and Nick Rhodes, secnd Place; Dom Costa and LaWade Garvis; Jim Quigley, tournament co-director; Gabrille, Diamond Model. The tournament was delayed by what has to be one of the rainiest summers in Pittsburgh history. But once back on track the field emerged with the same great play and highly competitive level as always.With the regular local legends in full swing the field witnessed an influx of new and upcoming talent.Rounding out the awardees placement was Nick Rhodes and Joyce Scott in secnd place and Bud Craig and Lorna Secrest in third.As always the case the tournament was co-hosted by the Highland Park Tennis Club under the direction of President Fred Crawford and directed by veteran player and coaches Donna Bey and Jim Quigley.Special thanks go out to this year’s sponsors (proceeds benefit The Champions upcoming Toys for Tots Program) Highmark, Chuck Saunders Charities, Savoy Restaurant, CitiParks, Bob Burt Photography, Penn Avenue McDonalds and the New Pittsburgh Courier.last_img read more