Scientific Principles of Sports Rehabilitation

Festival Conference and Student Center MSC 4201 James Madison University

Harrisonburg, VA 22807

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Date of Event:

Saturday, July 29th 2017

8am - 4:30pm

Location:

Festival Conference and Student Center MSC 4201

James Madison University

Harrisonburg, VA 22807

Continuing Education Credits

  • Physical Therapists: 7 Category I hours in the state of VA
  • Chiropractors: 7 credits via the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards. PACE #4249
  • Athletic Trainers: 7 CE hours as a Category A course via BOC #17718

*CE credit for ClinicalAthlete courses is provided through Southeast Sports Seminars.

Course Objectives

  • Understand and implement scientific principles for clinical decision making and rehabilitation of common athletic injuries
  • Discuss methodology for justifying those principles using the best current evidence
  • Provide information regarding cueing and scaling for exercise prescription in attempt to mitigate de-conditioning of the athlete during rehab
  • Explain the difference between acute and chronic pain in athletes, as well as treatment modifications for each
  • Discuss the current evidence regarding loading strategies across the lifespan for youth to elderly patient populations
  •  Provide current evidence regarding low back pain management in athletic populations
  • Discuss and understand the current evidence in the treatment of tendinopathies and muscle strains
  • Understand the current evidence on return to sport criteria for ACL injuries in athletic populations
Harrisonburg, VA Pricing

Continuing Education Credits

  • Physical Therapists: 7 Category I hours in the state of VA
  • Chiropractors: 7 credits via the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards. PACE #4249
  • Athletic Trainers: 7 CE hours as a Category A course via BOC #17718

*CE credit for ClinicalAthlete courses is provided through Southeast Sports Seminars.