Archive: CSM 2012: Sports Physical Therapy Programming

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    Tuesday, February 7 | Wednesday, February 8 | Thursday, February 9 | Friday, February 10 | Saturday, February 11 

    * Should you choose to preselect sessions during the registration process, please be advised that preselection is not a guarantee of a seat. Attendees are asked to preselect to better determine room size and all efforts will be made to accommodate sessions in the largest rooms possible. All attendees are encouraged to show up to sessions early. Attendees are also encouraged to select alternative sessions in the event their first choice is full. 

    Tuesday, February 7 (Preconference)

    Titleist Level 2: Medical Professional Certification, Part 1

    New Location: Hyatt Regency O'Hare (as of January 13). For questions about the location change, contact Chamonie Vinci (760/806-5955) or Ruben Corrales (760/806-5946).

    Time: 8:00 am-5:30 pm (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Barb Hoogenboom, EdD, Michael Voight, PT, DHSc, SCS, OCS, ATC, Lance Gill, Greg Rose

    Level: Advanced

    CEUs: 1.6 (16 contact hours/CCUs)

    Special Registration: Register Here 

    This course is designed for medical providers and is the second in a series of certification courses for those who work with golf athletes. Provided by Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), this course features a more in-depth approach to movement screening and intervention strategies for golf athletes.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Describe the injury-inducing mechanics of the golf swing.
    • Relate injury-inducing mechanics to specific injuries sustained by the golfer.
    • Use a systematic, algorithmic approach for a functional assessment of the golfer.
    • Use the findings from the assessment to direct functional intervention choices.
    • Enhance your ability to care for injured golf athletes using a comprehensive, detailed, functional approach.
    • Consider possibilities for performance screening and enhancement using a multi-disciplinary approach.

    Wednesday, February 8 (Preconference)

    Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization and Athletic Performance

    Time: 8:00 am-5:30 pm (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Clare C. Frank, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, FAAOMPT, Phil Page, PT, PhD

    Level: Basic

    Preconference Pricing: Standard 

    CEUs: 0.8 (8 contact hours/CCUs)

    The nervous system establishes programs that control human locomotion, which is comprised of posture and movement. This "motor control" is largely established during the first critical years of life. Global motor patterns form the foundation of human movement are essential for control of posture and stability of the spine-the pivotal center of the entire movement system for optimal movement patterns. Based upon the principles of neurodevelopmental kinesiology, the scope of clinical rehabilitation options for many of our neuromusculoskeletal patients and athletes has been expanded. The dynamic neuromuscular stabilization approach involves every component of the movement system (ie, muscles, joints, discs, nerves, and soft tissue) to optimize ideal joint alignment and neuromuscular coordination to prevent overstress in joints and muscle overuse. Participants in this 1- day course will be introduced to this approach with clinical applications and functional exercises for sports rehabilitation and performance training.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles of developmental kinesiology.
    • Describe the importance of the integrated spinal stabilizing system in athletic and sports function.
    • Assess the deep spinal stabilizing system and utilize the key techniques used in its treatment, based on the principles of dynamic neuromuscular kinesiology.
    • Perform clinical rehabilitation applications and functional exercises in sports rehabilitation.

    Running Injury Prevention and Management: Pre-, Mid-, and Post-race Considerations

    Time: 8:00 am-5:30 pm (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Bryan Heiderscheit, PT, PhD, D. S. Blaise Williams, PT, MPT, PhD, Kari Brown, PT, DPT, Scott Straker, PT, MS, Shane M. McClinton, PT, DPT, Scott Greenberg, PT, DPT, CSCS, Danny Smith, PT, DHSc, OCS, SCS, ATC, Shelly Weinstein, PT, MS, SCS, ATC

    Level: Multiple Level

    Preconference Pricing: Standard 

    CEUs: 0.8 (8 contact hours/CCUs)

    The purpose of this 1-day course is to provide clinicians with scientifically supported strategies for the prevention and treatment of running-related injuries. The speakers will address pre-race injury prevention, acute injury and illness management during a race, and post-race injury rehabilitation. The combined lecture and workshop format is designed to provide physical therapists with a comprehensive overview of the clinical techniques available to prevent and treat running injuries, as well as the emergency response procedures for race-day injury and illness management.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Explain biomechanical and training-related risk factors for running injuries.
    • Perform a video analysis of running mechanics.
    • Demonstrate the decision-making skills required in the determination of appropriate shoe wear and orthotics.
    • Perform a performance screening to identify impairments.
    • Create a functional exercise program targeting common neuromuscular impairments.
    • Identify the emergency response requirements for race-day injury and illness management.
    • Develop rehabilitation strategies incorporating therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, taping techniques, and running form modification for common running-related injuries.
    • Develop a safe return-to-running progression following an injury.

    Test, Don't Guess; Treat and Assess: The Art and Science Behind the Hands-on Examination and Treatment Strategies for Selected Shoulder and Knee Conditions

    Time: 8:00 am-5:30 pm (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Robert C. Manske, PT, DPT, George Davies, PT, DPT, Paul Stoneman, PT, DPT

    Level: Multiple Level

    Preconference Pricing: Standard 

    CEUs: 0.8 (8 contact hours/CCUs)

    This 1-day course will provide the outpatient practitioner with information on how to choose and apply specific tests and measures, as well as selected intervention treatment techniques, in outpatient orthopedic and sports rehabilitation settings. Morning and afternoon session will be broken into 3 separate sessions. Morning sessions will cover shoulder examination strategies and interventions. Afternoon presentations will discuss knee examination and treatment strategies. A summary session will involve application of the course material using clinical reasoning and best practice patterns.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Explain the importance of using an algorithm-based examination and testing approach in progressing each patient.
    • Examine the available research evidence supporting the reliability and validity of each of the tests and measures presented.
    • Practice measurement techniques and administer functional tests for both the upper and lower extremities.
    • Determine appropriate treatment approaches for patients with both shoulder and knee pathologies.
    • Apply the knowledge learned using clinical reasoning and best practice evidence in regard to patient case scenarios.

    Titleist Level 2: Medical Professional Certification, Part 2

    Time: 8:00 am-5:30 pm (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Barb Hoogenboom, EdD, Michael Voight, PT, DHSc, SCS, OCS, ATC, Lance Gill, Greg Rose

    Level: Advanced

    CEUs: 1.6 (16 contact hours/CCUs)

    Special Registration: Register at Part 1

    This course is designed for medical providers and is the second in a series of certification courses for those who work with golf athletes. Provided by Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), this course features a more in-depth approach to movement screening and intervention strategies for golf athletes.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Describe the injury-inducing mechanics of the golf swing.
    • Relate injury-inducing mechanics to specific injuries sustained by the golfer.
    • Use a systematic, algorithmic approach for a functional assessment of the golfer.
    • Use the findings from the assessment to direct functional intervention choices.
    • Enhance your ability to care for injured golf athletes using a comprehensive, detailed, functional approach.
    • Consider possibilities for performance screening and enhancement using a multi-disciplinary approach.

    Thursday, February 9

    The Anterior Cruciate Ligament Enigma: A 2012 Update on Prevention, Management, and Return to Sport, Part 1

    Time: 8:00 am-10:00 am (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Mitchell J. Rauh, PT, PhD, MPH, FACSM, Robert J. Butler, PT, PhD, George Davies, PT, DPT, SCS, FAPTA

    Level: Multiple Level

    Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury continues to be one of the most serious knee injuries experienced by active individuals. Although recent studies have reported the incidence of ACL injury more common among female athletes, its occurrence is also present in both men and women of various ages. This incidence has led to much attention on both the prevention of ACL injury and rehabilitation following ACL injury. Further, emerging research exists regarding the incidence of second injury following ACL reconstruction. This session is the first of a 2-part series designed to provide an update on issues specific to ACL injury. The speakers will examine information regarding ACL injury epidemiology and prevention. They also will address special considerations regarding management of bone injury sustained during ACL injury. The information presented will reflect evidence from the current scientific literature.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Discuss the incidence of initial and subsequent ACL injury in active individuals across the life span.
    • Identify risk factors associated with ACL injury.
    • Perform screening techniques to identify athletes who are at risk for sustaining an ACL injury.
    • Examine the influence that a concomitant bone injury may have on the management of ACL injury.
    • Develop a rehabilitation plan following ACL injury that considers the effect of a concomitant bone injury.

    The Anterior Cruciate Ligament Enigma: A 2012 Update on Prevention, Management, and Return to Sport, Part 2

    Time: 3:30 pm-5:30 pm (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Mark V. Paterno, PT, MS, MBA, SCS, ATC, Susan Falsone, PT, MS, SCS, ATC, Daniel S. Lorenz, PT, DPT, LAT, CSCS, USAW

    Level: Multiple Level

    Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury continues to be one of the most serious knee injuries experienced by active individuals. Although recent studies have reported the incidence of ACL injury more common among female athletes, its occurrence is also present in both men and women of various ages. This incidence has led to much attention on both the prevention of ACL injury and rehabilitation following ACL injury. Further, emerging research exists regarding the incidence of second injury following ACL reconstruction. This session is the second of a 2-part series designed to provide an update on issues specific to ACL injury. The speakers will address considerations following ACL injury through all phases of the rehabilitation process. They also will provide information regarding predictors and prevention of ACL re-injury following surgical reconstruction. The information presented will reflect evidence from the current scientific literature.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Design a criterion-based rehabilitation program following ACL reconstruction.
    • Identify predictors of re-injury following ACL reconstruction and develop interventions to address these predictors.
    • Incorporate aquatic therapy as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program following ACL reconstruction.
    • Implement an evidence-based return-to-sport rehabilitation program following ACL reconstruction.

    Friday, February 10

    Comprehensive Management of the Multi-sport Athlete: Injury, Rehabilitation, and Performance Applications

    Time: 8:00 am-10:00 am (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Shefali M. Christopher, PT, DPT, LAT, ATC, John Cavanaugh, PT, MEd, ATC, Robert Maschi, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, Eric Moen, PT, Scott Miller, PT, MS, SCS, CSCS, CGFI

    Level: Multiple Level

    With an increased number of triathletes in communities around the country, physical therapists face the daunting task of treating the multisport athlete. Triathlon presents a multitude of challenges in each of the events and requires unique preparation to transition from sport to sport. This session gives you the tools to determine an athlete's physical demands, biomechanics and injuries, helping them return to competition faster and injury-free.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Explain the sport of triathlon.
    • Identify key medical/emergency issues faced in the sport.
    • Define treatment strategies to better prepare the multisport athlete to meet the demands of distance swimming.
    • Recognize the most current approaches for managing shoulder injuries as they relate to swimming.
    • Identify key sources of overuse injury and pain syndromes for the bicyclist and identify bike fit parameters critical for neutral aerodynamic fit on the bicycle.
    • Identify common injuries and biomechanical variables that correlate to the development of injury in runners and multisport athletes.
    • Develop a treatment program for injured runners and the multisport athlete.
    • Apply the testing protocols and benefits to using different physiological testing with use of heart rate monitors or wattage meters for running and cycling, respectively.

    Sport-Specific Rehabilitation Considerations for the Athletic Shoulder: Tennis, Football, Softball, and Swimming

    Time: 8:00 am-10:00 am (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Michael Mullaney, PT, DPT, Marisa Pontillo, PT, DPT, SCS, Wendy Hurd, Todd S. Ellenbecker, PT, DPT, MS, SCS, OCS, Brian Tovin, PT, DPT, MMSc, SCS, ATC, FAAOMPT

    Level: Multiple Level

    This session provides you with a in-depth review of issues unique to patient populations that engage in tennis, football, softball, and swimming. You will examine the biomechanical actions associated with each sports shoulder activity as well as the common clinical diagnoses associated with each sport. The presenters will explain the importance of understanding the patient population being treated as well as their clinical presentation. You will leave this course with a greater sport-specific consideration for the athletic shoulder.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Describe the biomechanical principles, at the shoulder, associated with each sport.
    • Describe the clinical presentation of each of these specialized athletes.
    • Describe the pathophysiology associated with each of these sports.
    • Design a sport-specific rehabilitation program to return each sport-specific athlete back to play.

    What's New in Surgery and Rehabilitation of the Rotator Cuff Repair in 2012?

    Time: 10:30 am-12:30 pm (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Michael Mullaney, PT, DPT, Kevin Wilk, PT, DPT, Todd S. Ellenbecker, PT, DPT, MS, SCS, OCS, Anthony Romeo, MD

    Level: Multiple Level

    This session highlights the most recent advances in surgical and rehabilitation treatment of rotator cuff repairs, including the latest controversies and clinical advances in rehabilitation such as using the scapula in the treatment of rotator cuff repairs.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Describe the latest surgical advances associated with rotator cuff repairs.
    • Describe the latest clinical controversies related to rehabilitation of the rotator cuff repair.
    • Initiate the latest clinical treatment techniques in rehabilitation of the rotator cuff repair.
    • Incorporate scapular treatment into rehabilitation of the rotator cuff repair.

    Saturday, February 11

    *OVER CAPACITY -- Running Mechanics Analysis: From the Lab to the Clinic

    Time: 8:00 am-10:00 am (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Bryan Heiderscheit, PT, PhD, Jay Dicharry, PT, MPT, SCS

    Level: Multiple Level

    The purpose of this 2-hour symposium is to provide clinicians with scientifically supported strategies for the analysis and interpretation of running mechanics and to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of running-related injuries. The speakers will describe techniques that incorporate biomechanical lab instrumentation; low-cost alternatives focused on qualitative video assessment for the common clinic environment; and strategies to modify running mechanics using these methods.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Compare the benefits and limitations of running mechanics analysis using computerized biomechanical instrumentation and qualitative video assessment.
    • Identify the key running mechanics parameters that influence mechanical loading.
    • Develop techniques to modify running mechanics to reduce tissue loading.

    *OVER CAPACITY -- The Complicated Patient

    Time: 3:30 pm-5:30 pm (See Program for Room)

    Speakers: Barb Hoogenboom, EdD, Randall Lazicki, PT, DPT, LAT, ATC, CSCS, James A. Tyndall, PT, SCS, ATC, CSCS, Jennifer L. Miller, PT, MPT, SCS, Brandon Schmitt, PT, DPT, ATC, Travis Obermire, PT, DPT, Julie Wiebe, PT

    Level: Multiple Level

    This course presents the clinical presentation, examination, and treatment of varied interesting, complex, or complicated sports physical therapy patient cases from the perspectives of multiple presenters.

    Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:

    • Identify unique issues for the examination, assessment, and treatment of a wide variety of pathologies and injuries relevant to the practice of sports physical therapy.
    • Describe the unique intervention strategies used by various presenters in the context of their cases.
    • Apply relevant literature and evidence to the management of unique or complex sports physical therapy patient cases.
    • Articulate the role of the sports physical therapist in the care of the patient/client in a wide variety of clinical cases.
    • Reflect upon the strategies used for the management of difficult or complex cases that may enhance future case management.
    • Outline the critical thinking and decision-making processes used in the management of difficult/complex patient cases.
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