Knee Return-to-Sport Testing and Re-Injury Prevention Following Trauma and SurgeryRT-077-001
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By mail or by fax
- Fill out the registration form for the training program.
- Check off the training sessions for which you’d like to register.
- Mail us the completed form, along with a cheque made out to "Atlas Medic".
- The cheque must be post-dated for at least one month prior to the training date(s).
- If you register for more than one training, please send a separate cheque for each.
- Mail your form and cheque to:
80, rue de Sydney
- Registration is confirmed upon receip of the check.
Because of the high volume of training requests we handle, we do not accept registrations by phone. You may register by one of the following three methods:
- by fax
- by mail
Thursday and Friday, June 21-22, 2018
5000, rue Sherbrooke Est
8 h 30 – 4h30pm (1 hour for lunch)
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Knowing when it is safe for an athlete to be discharged from rehabilitation following trauma and surgery and return to competing in agility-focused sports can be a difficult task. Furthermore, knowing what advice to give athletes after rehabilitation and return-to-sport (RTS) to prevent knee re-injury can be an even more difficult task. Different clinical and functional tests measure different characteristics of knee functional joint stability. Knowledge of which types of test (e.g. clinical, functional, psychoemotional) yield the most valuable data for the RTS decision-making process is important to safely discharge an athlete from rehabilitation and prevent re-injury.
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- Outcome measurement following knee injury and surgery
- Seven stages of knee rehabilitation and relationship to return-to-sport testing
- Considerations for tissue healing timeframes and when to implement return-to-sport testing
- Evidence-informed concepts in test selection and test battery design
- Five levels of return-to-sport test
- Five categories of return-to-sport test
- Clinical test selection, justification, and techniques
- Functional performance test (hop test) selection, justification, and techniques
- Movement quality test selection, justification, and techniques
- Psychoemotional assessment and relationship to objective testing
- Data analysis techniques, interpretation, and definition of “what is normal?”
- Evidence-informed concepts in knee re-injury prevention
- Knee re-injury prevention training programme design