2020 Webinar Series: Sports Medicine: Part 2

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This course is designed to provide clinicians with an evidence-based overview in evaluation, treatment and/or rehabilitation of special topics and advances in Sports Medicine.

The series consists of 4 modules, each module is 1 hour in length.

$10 discount if you register for all 4 modules

Target Audience: PTs, PTAs, ATs

Instructional Level: Intermediate

Instructional Methods: Live lecture followed by live Q&A

Course Completion Requirements: must attend entire webinar event and complete the post-course survey

Cancellation policy

CEU Approval Information: CEUs are available for each module separately

For individual state approval, please contact us

1 CCU for each module (1 contact hour), a total of 4 CCUs (4 contact hours) for the full series available: as category A through the BOC and have been applied for through the OK PT Board and OH APTA Association.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

August 5: Concussions, Football, and the Physical Therapist: A Look at the Impacts on the Functional Requirements for Sport and Life

August 12: Gymnastics Considerations: Impact of the Pelvic Floor and Proper Strength and Conditioning Training

August 19: The performance model for Elite Level Athletics – Nutrition, Ergogenic Aids, Sleep and Other Considerations.

August 26: The Link between Sickle Cell Trait and Rhabdomyolysis in Lacrosse Athletes.

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Webinar Coordinator/Instructor

Roxanne St. Martin

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Module Descriptions

August 5: Concussions, Football, and the Physical Therapist: A Look at the Impacts on the Functional Requirements for Sport and Life

Description: This presentation will look focus on the impacts that concussions have on athletes and their abilities. Along with that, a breakdown of the functional movements and requirements for the sport of football. This presentation will also go into the effects of CTE and Post-Concussion Syndrome. An on-field assessment and RTS breakdown will also be presented.

Aug 12:

Gymnastics Considerations: Impact of the Pelvic Floor and Proper Strength and Conditioning Training

Description: This presentation will discuss the important concepts to consider when treating an athlete involved in gymnastics, including important biomechanical components, injury prevalence, and common missing pieces to physical therapy plan of cares. The relevance and prevalence of pelvic floor involvement in gymnasts will be discussed with interventions techniques provided to incorporate into treatment plans. Strength and conditioning components will also be discussed in order to better understand the need and application when treating gymnasts.

August 19: The performance model for Elite Level Athletics – Nutrition, Ergogenic Aids, Sleep and Other Considerations.

Description: The effects or ergogenic aids within the confines of sport performance. The effects of sleep on cognitive performance and education of how the athlete can take control of non-competition variables to best facilitate competitive performance. Sport specific empirical data to glean on how sport performance specialists and sport PT’s can better serve the athletic population. Nutritional foundations and how gaining knowledge and control over nutrition and ergogenic aids will facilitate elite level performance.

August 26: The Link between Sickle Cell Trait and Rhabdomyolysis in Lacrosse Athletes.

Description: This presentation will discuss the important concepts to consider when treating an athlete involved in college athletics and Lacrosse, including important biomechanical components of a pass, injury prevalence, and common missing pieces to physical therapy plan of cares allowing transition back to competition. The relevance and prevalence of rhabdomyolysis and recovery progression will be discussed with interventions techniques provided to incorporate into treatment plans. Strength and conditioning components will also be discussed in order to better understand the need and application when treating college athletes specifically lacrosse players.

Course Objectives

Aug 5: Concussions, Football, and the Physical Therapist: A Look at the Impacts on the Functional Requirements for Sport and Life
• Participants will be able to describe how concussions impact the patient and their rehab process
• Participants will be able to identify the impacts and risks of second impact syndrome and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.
• Participants will be able to determine the needs for adaptations and modifications to POC to promote improved return to play and quality of life.

Aug 12: Gymnastics Considerations: Impact of the Pelvic Floor and Proper Strength and Conditioning Training
• Identify the prevalence of injuries in artistic gymnastics
• Distinguish the necessary biomechanics needed for gymnastics
• Determine the current evidenced based treatment for spondylolysis injuries
• Identify the impact and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction among a • gymnastics population
• Understand the importance of integrating strength and conditioning concepts into gymnastics training

Aug 19: The performance model for Elite Level Athletics – Nutrition, Ergogenic Aids, Sleep and Other Considerations.
• Participants will be able to define terms related to performance model for Elite Level Athletics
• Participants will be able to identify foundational nutritional guidelines for Elite Level Athletics
• Participants will be able to list ergogenic aids for Elite Level Athletics.
• Participants will be able to determine if ergogenic aids affect performance.
• Participants will identify supplements including correct dosages for elite level athletic sports considerations.

Aug 26: The Link between Sickle Cell Trait and Rhabdomyolysis in Lacrosse Athletes.
• Identify the prevalence of orthopedic injuries in lacrosse
• Distinguish the necessary biomechanics and common impairments necessary and present with a lacrosse overhead pass
• Determine the current evidenced based treatment post recovery of Rhabdomyolysis sustained w overtraining- Identify the incidence and impact of sickle cell trait and rhabdomyolysis among a lacrosse population related to heavy weight training
• Understand the importance of integrating a structured and controlled strength and conditioning program in college athletics- specifically lacrosse.

Important Course Registration Information

This course will be hosted on GOTOWebinar.  Please complete the registration information for CEUs and follow the link to register and receive course reminders.

 

 

Module Agendas

August 5: Concussions, Football, and the Physical Therapist: A Look at the Impacts on the Functional Requirements for Sport and Life

12:00 Intro Slide, Objectives
12:05 Statistics number of football players, Common Pathologies with slides with charts
12:10 Functional requirements with charts
12:15 Gait and Running, Common Movement faults
12:20 Common surgical interventions
12:25 Concussions- Defined, Post-Concussion Syndrome, Second Impacted Syndrome
12:30 CTE – defined, Aaron Hernandez example
12:35 On-field assessment, Video- Mason Rudolph
12:40 Post-Concussion Rehab, Return to Sport
12:50 Question and Answer: questions embedded in presentation and allow for participant Q &A
1:00 End

August 12: Gymnastics Considerations: Impact of the Pelvic Floor and Proper Strength and Conditioning Training

12:00 Welcome and Intro
12:05 Biomechanical breakdown of the Back Handspring
12:15 Injury prevalence and low back pain
12:25 Urinary Incontinence in Gymnastics
12:35 Strength and Conditioning importance and application in gymnastics
12:50 Question and Answer, discussion
1:00 End

August 19: The performance model for Elite Level Athletics – Nutrition, Ergogenic Aids, Sleep and Other Considerations.

12:00 Topics and defining terms
12:05 Foundation – Nutritional Guidelines
12:15 Knowledge – What are ergogenic aids?
12:25 Do ergogenic aids affect performance?
12:35 Implementation – What supplements, Dosages and sport consideration
12:45 Adjustments – Individual responses sport amount of strain vs. recovery
12:55 Questions and Answer discussion
1:00 End

August 26: The Link between Sickle Cell Trait and Rhabdomyolysis in Lacrosse Athletes.

12:00 Welcome and Intro
12:05 Biomechanical breakdown of the lacrosse pass
12:15 Injury prevalence of sickle cell trait in athletics and link to rhabdomyolysis
12:25 Effects, prevention and treatment of athletes with Rhabdomyolysis
12:40 Strength and Conditioning importance and application in safe return to training programs with lacrosse
12:50 Question and Anwer, discussion
1:00 End

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