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2021 Webinar Series: Sports Medicine: Part 1

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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 and occurs from 12:00 – 1:00 pm EST

$10 discount if you register for all 4 modules

Target Audience: PTs, PTAs, OTs, OTA, ATs

Instructional Level: Intermediate

 

CEU Approval Information: CEUs are available for each module separately

For individual state approval, please contact us

1 CCU for each module, a total of 4 CCUs for the full series available: as category A through the BOC,  through the AR and TN PT Boards, and have been submitted to the OH PT Association

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June 2: Utilization of EMOM, AMRAP, and TABATA in Strength & Conditioning Programming

June 9: Integration of Land and Water Based Treatment in the Post-op Swimmer’s Shoulder

June 16: Athletes and the Arts: The Psychology of Healing

June 23: Doping vs Healing: Adjunctive Interventions in the Athlete

Topics & Categories Covered

Additional information

June 2: Utilization of EMOM, AMRAP, and TABATA in Strength & Conditioning Programming

Date

2019

June 9: Integration of Land and Water Based Treatment in the Post-op Swimmer’s Shoulder

Date

2019

June 16: Athletes and the Arts: The Psychology of Healing

Date

2019

June 23: Doping vs Healing: Adjunctive Interventions in the Athlete

Date

2019

Description

June 2:

This 1-hour presentation will focus on the rehabilitative benefit of EMOM, AMRAP and TABATA, as well as how to implement their training philosophies into treatment plans for athletes during their rehab.

June 9:

This presentation will focus on post-operative treatment for the shoulder of swimming athletes. It will compare and contrast the approaches of land based and water-based treatment techniques, and the integration of the two treatments in a rehabilitation program.

June 16:

This 1-hour call will present an overview of the athlete’s physiological response of injury and its effects on healing. Additionally, we will address interventions to treat both the mind and body of these athletes to facilitate healthy return to sport post injury.

June 23:

This 1-hour call will examine the impact of alternative treatments on sport performance, recovery, and return to play timelines in the rehab management of athletes. The adjunctive interventions discussed include CBD, HGH, and PRP.

Rationale

June 2:

When treating an athlete that is returning to a demanding training schedule, it is important to incorporate a variety of training stimuli to mimic what they will be experiencing when they return to the sports performance realm. Utilizing different training philosophies that provide variable physiologic demands can help to create a more resilient athlete that has been exposed to the necessary demands of the sport.

June 9:

The most common joint injured in swimming is the shoulder, occurring in 40% -91% of competitive swimmers2. The repetitive nature of overhead motion and high-volume demand of swimming contribute to an increased risk of shoulder injury1. With the high degree of mobility in the shoulder joint, return to swimming requires a component of dynamic stability and shoulder rotational strength during the rehabilitation process. In order to provide best practice, it would be useful to examine the use of water-based and land-based interventions during a rehabilitation program. Physical therapists also must take a functional approach to address strength and mobility of the whole athlete to optimize power in the kinetic chain.

June 16:

According to Gretchen Kerr, author of “The Nature of Dance Injuries”, previous reports have indicated injury rates among dancers as high as 97%. While the number of injuries among performing artists is alarming, more concerning is that one study found that only 20% were reported to a physician and of those that did report injuries, 43% continued to dance against their doctor’s advice. The added stress associated with the self-management of injuries triggers our bodies flight-or-fight response resulting in the release of cortisol. This naturally occurring stress hormone, at increased levels, has been linked to adverse health effects including chronic stress, depression, and suppressed immune system; thus prolonging the rehabilitation process. Taking these statistics into account, it is clear that there is a need for skilled medical intervention within this population. However, clinicians should be aware of the unique practical and psychological barriers that these athletes experience, including financial considerations, accessibility, their perception of medicine, and fear, as well as the effects that these barriers have on the rehabilitation process. To overcome these barriers and achieve best outcomes, clinicians should be open to adopting an interdisciplinary and shared decision-making approach with the athlete and instructors as well as other healthcare disciplines including nutritionists, psychologists, and medical doctors. It is only by building this therapeutic alliance between the athlete and their medical team, that we can make meaningful lasting impacts to the health of these athletes.

June 23:

Returning athletes to the field as quickly as possible after an injury has always been a top priority for healthcare providers working with this population. With these adjunctive treatments becoming more widely used in the sport setting, medical providers must understand the rationale for recommending these treatments as part of an athlete’s program and determine if applying these interventions result in better outcomes. This presentation will benefit physical therapists, athletic trainers, and performance coaches by determining the efficacy of each intervention on rehab and performance.

Objectives

June 2:

After attending this call, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the principles of EMOM, AMRAP and TABATA training techniques.
  • Identify the performance benefits of these training techniques in rehabilitation.
  • Understand how to implement these training techniques in athletes with various sport demands throughout the different phases of rehab

June 9:

After attending this call, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify common shoulder pathologies and surgical interventions for the swimming athlete
  • Compare land-based and water-based rehabilitation interventions
  • Identify milestones for return to swim progressions
  • Recognize the need to educate athletes, coaches, and others on the proper load management when returning to competition and practices

June 16:

After attending this call, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify psychological response to acute injury and throughout the healing processes.
  • Identify outcome tools used to assist in determining psychological readiness to return to sport
  • Identify interventions to assist with the healing process specifically targeting these psychological differences and special considerations for athletes in the arts.
  • Discuss the use of a multidisciplinary team to facilitate holistic recovery of the performing arts athlete.

June 23:

After attending this call, the participant will be able to:

  • Determine the effectiveness of PRP injections on return to play outcomes and timelines
  • Discuss the use of hGH in sports performance and rehabilitation
  • Discuss the uses of CBD & its impact on sport performance & recovery

Agenda

June 2:

12:00-12:05 welcome, housekeeping, objectives, intro of speaker

12:05-12:20 overview of EMOM, AMRAP, and TABATA training techniques

12:20-12:30 performance benefits in rehabilitation

12:30-12:50 implementation into phases of rehab and injury prevention

12:50-1:00 Q&A

June 9:

12:00-12:05 welcome, housekeeping, objectives, intro of speaker

12:05-12:15 overview of common pathologies and surgical interventions in swimmers

12:15-12:35 land and water based interventions

12:35-12:45 milestones for treatment progressions

12:45-12:50 managing load and volume with return to competition

12:50-1:00 Q&A

June 16:

12:00-12:05 welcome, housekeeping, objectives, intro of speaker

12:05-12:20 psychological response to injury

12:20-12:25 outcome tools

12:25-12:40 interventions for performing arts athletes

12:40-12:50 mutli-disciplinary team approach for the recovering performing artist

12:50-1:00 Q&A

June 23:

12:00-12:05 welcome, housekeeping, objectives, intro of speaker

12:05-12:20 PRP

12:20-12:35 HGH

12:35-12:50 CBD

12:50-1:00 Q&A

Instructor

Dr. Domonique Martin is the URI Sports Physical Therapy Residency Coordinator. She obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Alabama State University prior to completing her Sports Physical Therapy Residency with Drayer Physical Therapy in 2016. Dr. Martin holds a board- certification in sports (SCS) and is a certified athletic trainer. In addition to treating patients in the Drayer Physical Therapy Institute in Birmingham, AL, Dr. Martin mentors in the URI sports physical therapy residency program, provides new graduate physical therapist mentorship, and serves as a clinical instructor to physical therapy students. Her areas of special interest include concussions, female athletes, and overhead athletes.

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