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Avoiding Knee Injury and Re-Injury in Sport: Advanced Clinical Concepts and...
Wed 29 March 2017, 18:30 – 21:00 BST
Avoiding Knee Injury and Re-Injury in Sport: Advanced Clinical Concepts and Practical Applications in Load Management, Knee Fatigue, and Exercise Rehabilitation.
The confident selection of the correct rehabilitation exercise for the correct knee joint injury at the correct point-in-time can be a challenging task. Advanced knowledge and clinical reasoning processes are required to most safely and effectively introduce and progress knee injury prevention and rehabilitation exercises across the three stages of knee injury control.
The purpose of this seminar is to present you with advanced clinical concepts and practical applications in knee load management, knee fatigue, and exercise rehabilitation. As you participate in this seminar, you’ll see clear images that outline critical processes in load management for avoiding knee injury and re-injury in sport. You’ll hear thorough explanations that describe how models of tissue loading integrate to form safe and effective progressive knee joint load management systems. You’ll also get a firm hold of how to safely and effectively steer your athletes’ training in both injury prevention and early- to late-stage rehabilitation contexts. This seminar includes a wide range of evidence from published research integrated with the presenter’s 20+ years of real-world experience with elite athletes (football, rugby union, netball, basketball, American Football, ice hockey), the British Army Infantry and Parachute Regiments, and United States Special Forces. If you want to be more effective in knee injury prevention and rehabilitation, then this integration of research and experience offers you the opportunity to gain unique insight into specific knee load management concepts and strategies employed with individuals that perform near the limits of human physical ability in multi-directional, high-intensity, repeated-effort physical activities.
-Knee Joint Loading: Clinical Concepts, Definitions, and the Seven Principal Parameters in Determining Tissue Loading Response
-Knee Injury Control: The Three-Component Injury Control Paradigm and the Corresponding Clinical Considerations for Managing Tissue Loads
-New Concepts in Explaining Mid- and Late-Season Non-Contact ACL and MCL Tears: What’s Happening and How to Modify Your Athletes’ Training
-New Concepts in Knee Fatigue and Tibiofemoral and Patellofemoral Overuse Injuries: What to Do First and How to Implement Your Athletes’ Rehabilitation
-The Negative MRI and Diagnostic Imaging for Gradual-Onset Pain in the Athletic Knee: What it Means and What You Should Do Next
-Clinical Quantification of Knee Joint Loading: How to Quantify Loads During Rehabilitation Strength and Plyometric Training
-Clinical Criteria in Knee Load Management: Three Methods for How to Safely and Effectively Progress or Regress Your Athletes’ Training from Early- to Late-Stage Rehabilitation
Seminar Materials & Bonuses
-Continuing Professional Development Certificate
-Clinical Reasoning Compendium and Technique Toolkit
-Load Management Library Collection
-Access instructions for how to join and get permanent membership of the 'Sports Knee Specialists' Expert Clinical Group
-Seminar duration 6.30-9.00pm
-Tea and coffee will be served at the interval