Return to Play Decision Making Following ACL Injury/Surgery-Do ACL Prevention Programs Work with Dr. Frank Noyes, MD
Witness doctors and therapists come together as a team in the best interests of their patients. Follow Kevin and his guest speakers as they discuss patient cases both on and off the field. This series also provides an in-depth look at the importance of communication between the surgeon and the rehab professional.
Grand Rounds features Dr. Kevin Wilk, renowned surgeons and other guest speakers discussing the most current, evidenced-based information for the rehabilitation specialist. Grand Rounds focuses on real-time cases that include patient background information, procedural videos, evaluation and treatment techniques.
→ Review the anatomy, biomechanics and reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament.
→ Recognize and understand specific surgery techniques to reconstruct the ACL.
→ Develop appropriate functional tests based on evidence based medicine to determine the safe return to sports following ACL injury & surgery
→ Design an effective battery of objective tests to determine the patients readiness to return to sports
→ Recognize which tests have been shown valid & reproducible based on evidence based medicine.
→ Integrate the information presented in this webinar and demonstrate problem-solving skills for patients who have undergone ACL surgery.
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Course Outline: (1:40:32)
Non-Contact ACL Injuries, what can we do to reduce ACL Injuries – 10 min
Case Study 17 yo male, basketball player – 20 min
ACL Injury Rate, Return to Sport Criteria, Re-injury rate 5 min
Criteria for RTS – 10 min
Mechanisms of noncontact ACL Injury, Sportsmetric™ Injury Prevention – 10 min
Sports injury assessments and tests – 5 min
Options for Training – 5 min
Q & A about presentation, assessments and tests – 35 min
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