Patricia Cardenas Wins Far West Athletic Trainers Association’s Excellence in Athletic Training Award
FORM would like to congratulate Mission San Jose High School’s Athletic Trainer Patricia Cardenas for winning the Far West Athletic Trainers Association’s Excellence in Athletic Training Award. This award celebrates athletic trainers or athletic training student members in District 8 who, “display an exceptional commitment to mentoring, professional development or enhancing the quality of health care”.
In addition to her work at Mission High School, Patricia serves as the Director of Sports Medicine Outreach for Fremont Orthopeadic Rehabilitative Medicine, provides Athletic Training services to four Fremont area high schools, and provides service as a North Coast Section Athletic Trainer. Patricia also helped to develop the Mission San Jose High School Concussion Management Protocol, which not only put the high school in compliance with the new youth sports concussion safety law, AB2127, but also supported the safety of the Mission San Jose athletes.
Of winning the award, Patty says, “I am very humbled to have been selected for this honor. I would especially like to thank my mentor, Dave Stenger, for many years of advice and guidance. Thank you of course to FWATA for everything they do on behalf of this profession. I’d also like to express my appreciation to my friends and family who are so supportive of me and my crazy athletic trainer’s schedule, and have at times been put to work to help make heel and lace pads or inventorying rolls of tape!”
Congratulations to Patricia from all of us here at FORM!
[above, Dave Stenger and Patty Cardenas]
Dr. Besh Helps Build Playground with AAOS in New Orleans
FORM Hand, Wrist & Elbow Institute’s own Dr. Basil Besh was in New Orleans in March, 2014 to participate in the 15th annual Safe and Accessible Playground Build. The event was held on Tuesday, March 11th where Dr. Besh and other surgeons helped to build a safe playground for the children of Arthur Ashe Charter School. After Hurricane Katrina, the school was closed as necessary repairs were made due to the destruction from the storm. Now 7 years later, the over 400 students will be moved to a new location. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and other partners were part of this amazing event to help build the school playground and support the restoration of the New Orleans community. When asked by the AAOS why he builds playgrounds, Dr. Besh stated, “No man stands taller than when he stoops down to help a child.”
Ohlone Hosts Golf Tournament
More than 200 golfers participated in the 29th annual Ohlone College Golf Tournament Sept. 23 at the Castlewood Country Club in Pleasanton. The tournament, hosted by Ohlone College and presenting sponsor Fremont Orthopaedic and Rehabilitative Medicine, or FORM, was packed with activities including longest drive, most accurate drive, closest to the pin contests, and two hole-in-one contests featuring a new Lexus and a $10,000 CD from Fremont Bank to the winner.
Read the complete article:
Ohlone hosts golf tournament
San Jose Mercury News, October 3, 2013
FORM Now Team Physicians for the Livermore Rodeo
FORM Sports Medicine Program is proud to announce we are the official team physicians for the Livermore Pro Rodeo which will be held on June 8 & 9 2013.
Local Junior Athletes are Gearing Up for the Upcoming Football Season
FORM was proud to be a part of the preparticipation physicals fundraiser for the Fremont Junior Huskies football league. The physicals were held on June 30th and July 10th for their first games which start in August. We wish them luck in the upcoming football season. Go Huskies!
FORM Now Team Physicians for Mission San Jose High School
FORM physicians are proud to be the new Team Physicians for Mission San Jose High School. Mission San Jose High School football coaches have chosen to add mandatory imPACT baseline concussion testing to high school physicals for the upcoming fall season. With 1 in 10 high school athletes at risk for a concussion, FORM is excited to be a part of the program and looks forward to a safe and healthy sports season.
FORM Supports the Fremont Education Foundation
The FORM staff were excited to attend the Happy Fish Run 4 Education this weekend to support the Fremont Education Foundation. The race donates all proceeds to support local education in Fremont. The staff arrived at in the morning to set up a booth and cheer on the adults who ran the 5K & 10K as well as the children who ran the 1/4 mile & 1/2 mile events.
Congratulations to everyone who participated!
Congratulations to Lindsey D, who won a Timex pedometer watch in our raffle!
FORM Participates in the Fremont Heart Walk
Fremont Orthopaedic & Rehabilitative Medicine is proud to be taking part in the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk in Fremont. The event supports a healthy lifestyle as well as raising awareness for heart disease. The walk is either a 1 mile or a 3 mile track and the event will also feature a health fair with information on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, CPR and much more. Join us by walking with us at the event or just attending and lending your support to a wonderful cause!
For more information, please visit the Heart Walk Bay Area website.
FORM Doctors Take a Swing to Support Ohlone College
Dr. Besh and Dr. Jaureguito played in the Ohlone College Foundation Golf Fundraiser yesterday which supports the Ohlone College Student Athletics Department. Aside from running FORM’s Sports Medicine program, Dr. Jaureguito is also a Team Physician for Ohlone College, so he knows firsthand how important funding is to supporting our local college athletes.
Jeff Roberts, Ohlone’s Head Trainer said, “After 10 years as a trainer at a Division 1 school, the access to personal attention and medical care our students have received at FORM is the best that I’ve ever seen.”
To learn more about the Ohlone College Golf Tournament, visit the Ohlone College Athletics website.
FORM recognized by MUSD
Fremont Orthopaedic & Rehabilitative Medicine was recognized on September 27th for their donation to the Milpitas Unified School District’s Sports Medicine/Athletic Training Room. FORM is proud to support our local schools and athletic programs!
Sports Injury Clinics Start September 7
FORM is excited to offer the Sports Injury Clinic to serve the orthopaedic needs of high school students for the fall season. In order to provide our patients with the shortest wait time possible, we ask that you call to schedule your appointment ahead of time. Sports Injury Clinic starts September 7th through December 14th
Wednesdays 5-7 pm
Saturdays 8-10 am
All athletes under 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian.
FORM Welcomes PAMF Patients
Fremont Orthopaedic & Rehabilitative Medicine gladly accepts most types of Palo Alto Medical Foundation insurance. Please call our office to find out if your specific plan is covered at 510.857.1000.
We have moved into our new facility on Farwell Drive.
We are excited to update you on our new orthopaedic center of excellence, which opened in November, 2010.
This facility is conveniently located in close proximity to 880 and Mowry Avenue on Farwell Drive. In this location, we will continue to offer patients the same personalized, quality care with the opportunity to expand our range of services.
The team at FORM Ortho is eager to provide the same excellent care that Fremont and the greater Bay Area has been known to expect from us, at its new and improved facility.