Thank you to all who joined our sold-out symposium! We are incredibly grateful for the patient and family-member attendees, industry sponsors, expert speakers, moderators, board members, volunteers and everyone who was part of the event for their dedication that made our inaugural event a success! To access the presentation slides, please click the button below.

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Moderator Biographies

Adam George
Thomas Graham
Erika Kaye
Jenna McMullin

Speaker Biographies

Maury Brochstein
Inger Brueckner
Dr. Lily N. Daniali
Dr. Nicole Ehrhart
Dr. Alena Grabowski
Dr. Colby Hansen
Dr. Matt Iorio
Erin Jacklin, Psy.D
Christopher Jones
Nick Kimmel
Christine Lentz
Dr. Tommaso Lenzi
Dr. Daniel Lerman
Guy Lev
Alyssa Liddle
Michelle Oliveti
Dr. Katherine Payne
Dr. David Schnur
Dr. William Tettelbach
Glen Thompson
Eric Weber, LCPO, FAAOP
Kevin Whitten


We welcomed Liz Willis as our keynote speaker for our April Symposium! Liz shared her incredible journey to becoming a U.S. Paralympian and qualifying for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.  In 2010, Willis took a day off from her job as a teacher to visit the doctor after pain and sickness from her pregnancy. The trip resulted in an emergency delivery of her son, Calum, due to internal bleeding that was later discovered to be caused by Crohn’s disease. Doctors were forced to amputate her left leg below the knee as Willis was forced to adjust to life as a new mother and amputee. A distance runner in high school, she pursued her passion for running and set her sights on becoming a U.S. Paralympian, transforming into a sprinter in the process. Six years later, she made her dream come true, qualifying for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.