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AAPRP Announces 2006 Boxing Medical Conference

DARIEN, CONNECTICUT - June 12, 2006 - The American Association of Professional Ringside Physicians (AAPRP) announced today that this year's boxing medical conference will take place on September 13 -17 at the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

This seminar on boxing medical safety is one of the AAPRP’s most important events. Leading ringside physicians, boxers, managers, promoters, referees, trainers, judges, commissioners and media from around the country will be in attendance. Amongst the many topics scheduled for discussion are "a commissioner’s perspective on boxing safety", "the boxer’s perspective on rapid weight loss and sparring injuries", the medical aspects of mixed martial arts and the WWE, pre-fight medical testing, eye injuries in boxing, panel discussions on boxing injuries, new research pertaining to brain injuries, a neurologic update discussing Mr. Joe Mesi’s career and the popular segment of "the show must go on" in which all the attendees will witness real boxing situations and must make decisions whether to allow a bout to continue.

The four-day conference also includes a golf outing, a cocktail reception and an awards banquet. Continuing Medical Education Credits (CME) will be available for all physicians attending this program. Registration and hotel space is very limited for this exciting event. Make your reservation today by visiting our web site.

For more information or for a registration application, please contact the AAPRP; phone (203) 662-8900, e-mail Ringsidemd@aol.com or visit our website at www.AAPRP.org

Article posted on 12.06.2006



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