Participants will learn how to utilize dynamic warm-up, plyometrics, deceleration training, agility, strengthening and core training to design a complete evidence-based ACL injury prevention program.
This webinar is intended to provide an overview of the different graft choices, outline the different phases of rehab, demonstrate specific exercises including the use of blood flow restriction training to optimize outcomes, and review return to sport testing algorithms and clinical decision making used to reduce secondary injuries.
This webinar is intended to provide an overview of FAI, clinical testing and presentation, differential diagnoses, medical testing algorithms, hip arthroscopy for impingement and labral pathology and postoperative rehabilitation guidelines.
This webinar is intended to provide an overview of common shoulder injuries such as rotator cuff, SLAP tears, adhesive capsulitis, instability, impingement, arthritis, overuse. and associated pathology.
This course will provide clinicians with a thorough overview of rotator cuff dysfunction, specific weight training and exercise related modifications to prevent injuries, and a comprehensive non-operative rehabilitation approach.
This webinar is intended to provide a thorough overview of rotator cuff rehabilitation following rotator cuff repair. It will include indications for surgery, provide a surgical overview and offer clinicians a specific rehab protocol to implement with their patients.
This webinar is intended to provide: an overview of SLAP injuries,review common surgical approaches and address surgical and non-surgical rehab. The presentation will also cover return to activity guidelines and current outcome data.
Participants will learn how to use and apply basic video analysis along with the Functional Movement Screen and PT eval process to accurately prescribe treatment and/or corrective exercises specific to the client’s needs and limitations.
This webinar is designed for Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants & Athletic Trainers who work with any type of overhead athlete.
This webinar is intended to provide an overview of common orthopedic foot and ankle injuries/disorders such as Achilles tendinitis & Achilles tendon rupture, ankle sprains & impingement, plantar fasciitis, fractures and overuse injuries.
This webinar is designed to present an evidence-based approach primarily focused on addressing non-operative patients primarily between the ages of 20 – 50 years old and with varied abilities affected by patellofemoral pain (PFP) and Osteoarthritis (OA).
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