On Feb. 1, Physical Therapy Professor Dr. Michael Voight gave the keynote address to the Danish Association of Sportsmedicine held in Copenhagen Denmark on the topic of “Hip Injuries in Athletes.” This meeting was attended by over 400 MDs and PTs practicing in the field of sports medicine from Denmark, Norway and Sweden. A week later, Voight received the Ronald Peyton Lifetime Achievement award at the Sports Physical Therapy Section’s Annual awards ceremony. This award, named after the first founder and first President of the SPTS, is the highest award given by the SPTS and represents a lifetime of contribution to the field of Sports Physical Therapy.
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