APPROVED FOR 5.5 EBP CEUsTarget Audience: This Clinical Evidence Based Practice course was developed specifically for athletic trainers.Program Type: Clinical EBPLevel of Difficulty: EssentialPractice Domains (PA7):(1) Injury/Illness Prevention and Wellness Protection (2) Examination, Assessment and Diagnosis(3) Immediate and Emergency Care(4) Therapeutic InterventionSchedule and Format: The course is delivered online using video/audio and learning checkpoints.LESSON 1 Evaluation & Treatment of Sports Related Lumbar Spine injuriesDouglas Sutton, MDThe ACL Athlete: The Physical Qualities for Rehabilitation to Athletic PerformanceRobert A. Panariello MS, PT, ATC, CSCSGraft Selection in ACL Reconstruction: Do Sex, Sport and Age Play a Role?Jo A. Hannafin MD, PhDLESSON 2 Achilles Tendinopathy - Rehabilitation and Return to SportsKarin Gravare Silbernagel, PT, ATC, PhDLESSON 3 Conservative Management of Tarsal Navicular Stress FracturesJoseph S. Torg, MDLESSON 4Bridging Pain Science to the Forefront of Sports RehabilitationScott Stackhouse, PT, PhDPost-traumatic Arthritis Following ACL InjuryNicole Cattano PhD, LAT, ATC Course Objectives:By the end of this course the learner will be able to:1. Recognize the reported mechanism of low back pain in athletes.2. Identify the potential mechanical causes of low back pain in adolescent and adult athletes.3. Define the current best practice conservative and surgical management of athletic low back pain.4. Describe a return to play assessment and progression for athlete with low back pain.5. Describe the components of a return to sports testing battery following ACL reconstruction.6. Define the concept of limb symmetry and its importance in regards to return to sport testing following ACL reconstruction.7. Discuss the different strength training concepts and their effectiveness in regaining quad strength following ACL reconstruction. 8. Develop an evidence based return to play testing battery following ACL reconstruction.9. Identify the various graft choices for ACL reconstruction.10. List the pros and cons of the most common graft choices for ACL reconstruction.11. Critique the potential effects of gender, sport, and age on graft choice for ACL reconstruction.12. Define a best practice algorithm for graft choice selection for ACL reconstruction.13. Identify risk factors for the development of achilles tendinopathy.14. Discuss the various pathologies that may cause the clinical diagnosis of achilles tendinopathy.15. Compare and contrast the various rehabilitation interventions for the treatment of Achilles tendinopathy.16. Describe an evidence based return to sports progression for athletes with achilles tendinopathy.17. Identify the clinical exam and diagnostic imaging used in the diagnosis of tarsal navicular stress injuries.18. Summarize the evidence in support of non-surgical management of tarsal navicular stress injuries. 19. Review the adjunct non-operative treatment options for tarsal navicular stress injuries.20. Discuss the return to play assessment and progression for tarsal navicular stress injuries.21. Describe fundamental aspects of pain science needed to treat patients with sports injuries.22. Describe how pain sensitivity and psychosocial risk factors impact movement mechanics and return to play/activity readiness.23. Explain how evidence-based pain sensitivity, cognitive and behavioral assessment strategies can be integrated into clinical care.24. Identify successful treatment strategies for addressing pain sensitivity and psychosocial risk factors to improve patient outcomes.25. Identify risk factors for development of post-traumatic osteoarthritis following ACL injury and reconstruction.26. Discuss the implications of the various biomarkers on the occurrence and progression of post-traumatic arthritis following ACL injury.27. Compare and contrast the various structure-modifying therapies for post-traumatic osteoarthritis following ACL injury and reconstruction.28. Recognize the effect rehabilitation and sports participation have on the occurrence and progression of post-traumatic arthritis following ACL injury and reconstruction.Sport Safety International (BOC Approved Provider #: P8228) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 5.5 Evidence Based Category hours/CEUs. Athletic Trainers should claim only those hours actually spent on the educational program.This course is valid for two years from the date of purchase. Click here to view our course FAQs and refund policy.
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