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World MMA Expo
October 24-25, 2009
Jacob Javits Center, New York City
Photo: Dr. McLaughlin and Matt Hughes, 9-time Welterweight UFC Champion
On October 24th and 25th, 2009, Princeton Brain & Spine Care proudly participated as a sponsor at the first ever World MMA Expo in New York City.
The Expo was particularly important to Dr. McLaughlin, whose passion for wrestling and experiences as a successful athlete and physician make him a uniquely qualified individual to provide medical information and care to MMA fighters. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Dr. McLaughlin coaches youth wrestling for the Princeton Amateur Wrestling Society (PAWS). He was a NCAA Division I wrestler at William and Mary, where he served as team captain and captured the Virginia State and E.I.W.A. Championships in 1988.
Dr. McLaughlin lead the Panel Discussion on “Injuries: Prevention & Treatment. Muscle tears, joint strains, even broken bones are commonplace when training MMA. Learn how to avoid common injuries and treat the ones you might encounter.“
The Princeton Brain & Spine Care booth featured spinal models, literature, and free copies of Dr. McLaughlin’s article “Voices: Demons in the OR and on the Mat,“ which was recently featured in Amateur Wrestling News. In addition, Dr. McLaughlin and staff offered a free spine age analysis to all Expo attendees.
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