Sports Medicine - Athletic Trainer

Sports Medicine 230
Sports Clinics Journal Review: Focus on Hip

4.0

Part I: Capsular Management in Hip Arthroscopy
  • Review normal capsular anatomy of the hip and list the most important structures
  • Explore capsular pathophysiology and list 2 settings in which capsular deficiency may exist
  • List 2 indications and 2 contraindications for capsular repair in hip arthroscopy
  • List and describe surgical techniques
  • Examine and write down 3 outcomes following repair
Part II: Iliopsoas Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment
  • Review normal anatomy of the iliopsoas musculotendinous unit
  • Describe the mechanism involved in iliopsoas snapping
  • List physical findings associated with iliopsoas snapping
  • List and describe surgical treatment options
  • Read the history and describe current management techniques
Part III: The Etiology and Arthroscopic Surgical Management of Cam Lesion
  • Describe femoroacetabular impingement and list 3 associated characteristics
  • Review the etiology and list 2 factors associated with this condition
  • Compare and contrast diagnostic and imaging methods for potential cam deformity
  • Outline 1 preferred surgical method of treatment
  • Review and describe postoperative care

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 229
Sports Clinics Journal Review: Focus on Hip

3.0

Part I: Imaging in Hip Arthroscopy for Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Comprehensive Approach
  • Describe the use of plain radiographs, including anteroposterior pelvis, Dunn lateral, and false-profile view, and explain why they are key in initial assessment of patients suspected of femoroacetabular impingement
  • Explain the role of imaging in preoperative planning
  • Examine studies that have shown high incidence of labral tears in asymptomatic patients
  • Differentiate the role of CT scan vs MRI
  • Explore future directions of imaging with hip studies
Part II: Management of the Acetabular Labrum
  • Become familiar with management techniques of the acetabular labrum
  • Compare and contrast various techniques including debridement, repair and reconstruction
  • Describe the structure and function of the labrum
  • List 3 controversial indications for labral reconstruction
Part III: Chondral Lesions of the Hip
  • Describe the clinical presentation of chondral lesions
  • List and describe 3 treatment techniques for chondral lesions
  • Summarize the postoperative care following the repair of chondral lesions

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 228
Nonoperative and Postoperative Rehabilitation for Glenohumeral Instability

3.0

  • Outline and describe the 3 nonoperative phases of rehabiliation: acute, intermediate, advanced
  • Review nonoperative techniques for posterior instability
  • Define and describe acquired instability
  • Become familiar with rehab protocol following Bankart Repair
  • Review rehab protocols following stabiliation procedures

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 227
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From the Unstable Painful Shoulder to Multidirectional Instability in the Young Athlete

1.0

  • Become familiar with the diagnosis of unstable painful shoulder (UPS)
  • Define key components involved in making a diagnosis of UPS
  • Describe 3 imaging techniques used for making a diagnosis of UPS
  • Become familiar with the treatment and outcomes for UPS
  • Outline the condition of multidirectional instability along with diagnosis and treatment

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 226
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Pediatric and Adolescent Shoulder Instability

2.0

  • Become familiar with the anatomy and biomechanics of traumatic and nontraumatic instability in young patients
  • List 3 techniques for evaluating a young patient with suspected shoulder instability
  • Review treatment and outcomes for acute management of shoulder dislocation in a young athlete
  • Review operative treatment techniques for multidirectional shoulder instability
  • Outline and examine 3 rehabilitiation guidelines used after arthroscopic anterior stabilization

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 225
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Arthroscopic Management of the Contact Athlete with Instability

2.0

  • Review shoulder anatomy and pathoanatomy involved in instability
  • Become familiar with the incidence of instability in contact athletes
  • Define the treatment algorithm for managing patients with shoulder instability
  • List criteria and outcomes for patients undergoing arthroscopic treatment
  • Explore and explain which CT is the most accurate imaging modality for evaluation of glenoid bone loss

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 224
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Microinstability and Internal Impingement in Overhead Athletes

1.0

  • Summarize the rationale and 3 techniques for clinical evaluation for athletes with microinstability and impingement
  • List the most appropriate imaging techniques to evaluate athletes with microinstability and impingement
  • Outline non-operative and conservative treatment techniques
  • Review author's preferred surgical technique for treatment
  • Discuss treatment outcomes

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 223
Decision Making in the In-Season Athlete with Shoulder Instability

1.0

  • Review epidemiology of anterior and posterior shoulder instability
  • Become familiar with physical examination and on-field management of for anterior and posterior shoulder instability
  • List non-operative techniques to manage anterior and posterior shoulder instability
  • List operative techniques to manage anterior and posterior shoulder instability

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 222
Imaging Instability in the Athlete

3.0

  • Discuss the benefits of Intra-articular contrast and direct magnetic resonance (MR) arthrography over conventional MR imaging when evaluating an athlete with shoulder instability
  • List diagnostic alternatives for patients with a contraindication to MR imaging
  • Become familiar with which plane measurements are more accurate for patients with Hill-Sachs lesions
  • Discuss which type of CT is more reliable and accurate at quantifying glenoid bone loss

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 221
Mechanics and Pathomechanics in the Overhead Athlete

1.0

  • Outline the normal mechanics involved in overhead throwing
  • Discuss and recognize pathomechanics in overhead throwing
  • Understand and recognize impairments proximal and distal to symptoms in order to restore normal kinetics

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 220
Biomechanical Complex Shoulder Instability

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  • Become familiar with shoulder anatomy and the osseous defects most commonly associated with shoulder instability
  • Become familiar with soft tissue techniques to stabilize the shoulder
  • Understand how bone grafting or transfer of the coracoid process can address glenoid defects
  • List 5 techniques used to correct humeral head defects

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 219 - 223
Shoulder Instability

10.0

Section I: Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics of Shoulder Stability in the Athlete

  • Define instabilty
  • List anatomic structures that stabilize the shoulder
  • Understand the classification system of shoulder instability
  • Understand the pathoanatomy of traumatic anterior instability
  • Understand the pathoanatomy of traumatic posterior instability
  • Become familiar with pathoanatomy of atraumatic instability

Section II: Biomechanical Complex Shoulder Instability

  • Become familiar with shoulder anatomy and the osseous defects most commonly associated with shoulder instability
  • Become familiar with soft tissue techniques to stabilize the shoulder
  • Understand how bone grafting or transfer of the coracoid process can address glenoid defects
  • List 5 techniques used to correct humeral head defects

Section III: Mechanics and Pathomechanics in the Overhead Athlete

  • Outline the normal mechanics involved in overhead throwing
  • Discuss and recognize pathomechanics in overhead throwing
  • Understand and recognize impairments proximal and distal to symptoms in order to restore normal kinetics

Section IV: Imaging Instability in the Athlete

  • Discuss the benefits of Intra-articular contrast and direct magnetic resonance (MR) arthrography over conventional MR imaging when evaluating an athlete with shoulder instability
  • List diagnostic alternatives for patients with a contraindication to MR imaging
  • Become familiar with which plane measurements are more accurate for patients with Hill-Sachs lesions
  • Discuss which type of CT is more reliable and accurate at quantifying glenoid bone loss

Section V: Decision Making in the In-Season Athlete with Shoulder Instability

  • Review epidemiology of anterior and posterior shoulder instability
  • Become familiar with physical examination and on-field management of for anterior and posterior shoulder instability
  • List non-operative techniques to manage anterior and posterior shoulder instability
  • List operative techniques to manage anterior and posterior shoulder instability

McCabe, PT, OCS

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Sports Medicine 219
Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics of Shoulder Stability in the Athlete

1.0

  • Define instabilty
  • List anatomic structures that stabilize the shoulder
  • Understand the classification system of shoulder instability
  • Understand the pathoanatomy of traumatic anterior instability
  • Understand the pathoanatomy of traumatic posterior instability
  • Become familiar with pathoanatomy of atraumatic instability

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 218
Aerobic Training

1.0

  • Become familar and define aerobic capacity or VO2 max
  • Describe the lactate threshold associated with aerobic training
  • Outline important concepts related to lactate threshold training
  • List training guidelines and stress factors related to aerobic training
  • Define and differentiate training principles including overload, progression, periodization, individualization and principles of specificity

Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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Sports Medicine 217
Thoracic and Lumbosacral Spine Injuries

1.0

  • Review normal anatomy of the  thoracic and lumbosacral spine
  • Discuss biomechanics of the spinal column
  • Outline and differentiate injuries of the thoracic and lumbosacral spine
  • List symptoms and explain differential diagnosis for spinal column injuries
  • Describe prognosis and return to play decisions for common thoracic and lumbrosacral injuries

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 216
Elbow Injuries

1.0

  • List ancillary tests for assessing the elbow
  • Outline and describe mechanisms of injury and examination of anterior elbow injuries
  • Outine and describe mechanisms of injury and examination of posterior elbow injuries
  •  Describe treatment options for common elbow injuries
  • Discuss prognosis and return to play decisions for common elbow injuries

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 215
Shoulder Injuries

1.0

  • List and describe 10 specific tests for assessing the shoulder
  • Describe and differentiate common shoulder injuries
  • Outline treatment options for a variety of common shoulder injuries
  • Discuss neurologic syndromes that affect the shoulder
  • Outline diagnostic techniques and differential diagnosis for common shoulder injuries

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 214
Foot Problems

1.0

  • Review normal anatomy of the foot
  • Outline and describe 3 tests for examining the foot
  • Describe and differentiate common problems affecting the foot
  • Outline and describe neurologic problems affecting the foot
  • List symptoms and examine treatment options for common foot problems

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 213
Ankle and Leg Injuries

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  • Outline and describe 5 tests for assessing ankle and leg injuries
  • Differentiate and describe common clinical conditions of the leg
  • Become familar with treatment techniques for ankle and leg injuries
  • Describe various tendon problems around the ankle
  • Become familar and describe problems around the foot

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 212
Knee Injuries

1.0

  • Review anatomy of the knee
  • Outline and describe a variety of tests for assessing the knee
  • Become familar with meniscal injuries
  • Describe treatment options for extensor mechanism problems
  • Compare and contrast painful knee syndromes

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 211
Pelvis, Hip and Thigh Injuries

1.0

  • Become familar with anatomy of the pelvis, hip and thigh
  • Outline the specific injuries affecting the pelvis, hip and thigh
  • Describe the differential diagnosis of injuries occuring to the pelvis, hip and thigh
  • Outline mechanisms of injury and treatment plans for injuries to the pelvis, hip and thigh
  • Describe prognosis and return to play decisions

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 210
Head Injuries

1.0

  • Describe the epidemiology of head injuries
  • Describe the pathophysiology of concussion
  • Outline the evaluation process for assessing head injuries
  • List the complications of head injury
  • Differentiate between various types of head injury

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 209
Headache in the Athlete

1.0

  • List 5 causes of headache
  • Outline principles for assessing headache in the athlete
  • Describe treatment options for primary and sports related headache
  • Describe the characteristics of migraine, cluster and tension-type headaches
  • Understand the classification system of headache disorders

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 208-217
10.0

  • Become familiar with neurologic problems in the athlete
  • Understand headache in the athlete
  • Become familiar with aspects of head injury in the athlete
  • Outline the specific injuries affecting the pelvis, hip and thigh
  • Recognize knee injuries and tests for assessing the knee
  • Become familiar with ankle and leg injuries
  • Outline foot problems affecting the athlete
  • Define and differentiate shoulder problems in the athlete
  • Understand treatment options for elbow injuries
  • Describe prognosis and outcomes for thoracic and lumbosacral spine injuries
  • Outline training guidelines and stress factors related to aerobic training

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 208
Neurologic Problems in the Athlete

1.0

  • Understand epilepsy and seizure activity in athletes
  • Describe the mechanism of brachial plexus injury, diagnostics, treatment and preventative eqiupment
  • Understand complex regional pain syndrome, prognosis and return to play decisions
  • List common sports associated with upper and lower extremity nerve injuries
  • Describe the mechanism of injury of various nerve injuries
  • Outline diagnositics, treatment options, return to play decisions for common neurologic problems in athletes

Labbadia, RPT

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Sports Medicine 207
Cervical Spine, Spinal Cord and Brachial Plexus

1.0

  • List the principles of emergency management for injuries to the cervical spine and spinal cord
  • Understand the role of prevention for athletic injuries to the cervical spine and spinal cord
  • Define classification systems for catastrophic and potentially catastrophic injuries to the cervical spine and spinal cord
  • Define and differentiate catastrophic injuries
  • Define and differentiate noncatastrophic injuries

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Sports Medicine 206
Craniofascial Injuries

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  • Become familiar with examination and treatment techniques for craniofascial injuries
  • Define and differentiate skeletal facial injuries
  • Become familiar with neurologic injuries that occur with craniofascial injuries
  • List 5 signs and symptoms of mandibular fractures
  • List 5 signs and symptoms of maxillary fractures


 


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Sports Medicine 205
Eye injuries

1.0

  • Describe the anatomy of the eye
  • List components involved in an examination of the eye after trauma
  • Define and differentiate common eye injuries
  • Become familiar with diagnosis and treatment of common eye injuries
  • List 10 items to be included in an eye exam kit

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Sports Medicine 204
Soccer injuries

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  • Become familiar with sports injuries common to soccer
  • Define and differentiate lower extremity sports injuries common to soccer
  • Define and differentiate upper extremity sports injuries common to soccer
  • Describe overuse and impingement syndromes common to soccer
  • Define and differentiate foot injuries common to soccer


 


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Sports Medicine 203
Running injuries

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  • Become familiar with injuries common to running
  • Describe the mechanism of running injuries
  • Define and differentiate causes or lower leg pain
  • Define and differentiate causes of foot and ankle pain

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Sports Medicine 202
Baseball Injuries

1.0

  • Define and differentiate shoulder injuries seen in baseball players
  • Define and differentiate elbow injuries seen in baseball players
  • Define and differentiate injuries that occur with baseball activities such as hitting and sliding
  • Define and differentiate injuries that occur with baseball positions such as catcher and fielding
  • Become familiar with evaluation techniques for injuries common to baseball



 


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Sports Medicine 201
Basketball Injuries

1.0

  • Become familiar with injuries common to basketball
  • Understand common head and neck injuries common to basketball
  • Identify 3 upper extremity injuries common to basketball
  • Define and differentiate common upper extremity injuries associated with basketball
  • Define and differentiate common lower extremity injuries associated with basketball


 


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Sports Medicine 108
Lateral Epicondylosis, Achilles & Patellar Tendonopathy, Management in Athletes

1.0

  • Assess the role for compression and tensile load in typical tendinopathies encountered in clinical practice
  • Outline the relationships between biomechanics, tendon pathology and function in individuals with lateral epicondylosis
  • Synthesize outcomes and potential mechanisms for loading programs to rehabilitate Achilles and patellar tendinopathy
  • Summarize the current state of research literature on tendinopathy
  • Apply current research to the in-season management of athletes with tendinopathy

Thistle, DC

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Sports Medicine 107
Clinical Aspects of Functional Lower Limb Injuries

1.0

  • Discuss current diagnostic tests, risk factors and prognostic factors for Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome
  • Identify risk factors for hamstring injury and re-injury
  • Summarize the association between foot type and incidence of a variety of lower extremity injuries
  • Determine if improvements in passive hip ROM and core endurance result in changes in hip and spine motion during the performance of functional movements
  • Indicate which clinical tests have the best accuracy in clinical practice for diagnosing stress fractures

Thistle, DC

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Sports Medicine 106
A head-to-toe look at non-critical, undiagnosed injuries requiring your clinical decisionmaking

4.0

  • Quantify the levels of intensity for manual techniques using the Tolerance, Incremental, Light or Energy Method categories
  • Differentiate the three types of precautions/contraindications.
  • Compare and contrast the short and long-term effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, aspirin and acetaminophen.
  • Discuss the ways corticosteroids are administered and the variations of the resultant short and long term drug effects.
  • Breakdown the spinal injuries likely to be sustained due to sports trauma and discuss a basic approach to examination.
  • Examine the common upper extremity fractures and sprains/strains.. Illustrate the traumatic injuries to the knee and ankle and the relative treatments for each.
  • Summarize non-traditional therapies such as prolotherapy.

Born, DC

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Sports Medicine 105
Cardiorespiratory fitness: assessment and exercise prescription

1.0

  • Illustrate basic principles of cardiorespiratory exercise
  • Outline health screening and physical fitness testing
  • Create cardiorespiratory and strength training exercise prescriptions

Smith, DC, PhD

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Sports Medicine 103
Golf: fundamentals of the swing and ball flight, golf injuries, injury prevention, shoulder muscles used in the swing

1.0

  • Differentiate the basic fundamentals of the golf swing and ball flight
  • Understand the epidemiology of golf injuries in both professionals and amateurs
  • Discuss the factors that influence injury formation and prevention
  • Learn the shoulder muscles involved in the various phases of the golf swing and apply this knowledge to examination and rehabilitation
  • Learn about the relationship between back pain and elite golf mechanics
  • Determine the spinal and metabolic loading characteristics associated with golf

Smith, DC, PhD

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Sports Medicine 102
Golf: muscles used in the swing, chiropractic's influence, practical swing suggestions, physical conditioning

1.0

  • Identify which trunk muscles are used in the golf swing
  • Review the Chiropractic influence on the golf swing
  • Construct practical swing suggestions for golf patients
  • Discuss fundamental conditioning concepts
  • Prepare physical conditioning to improve club speed

Smith, DC, PhD

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Sports Medicine 101
Golf: overview of injury assessment and rehab, balance, coordination

1.0

  • Develop and overview of Adult Golf Injury Assessment and Rehab
  • Identify the nature of balance and applying balance assessment to golfers
  • Review and Understand the concepts of coordination as applied to golf

Smith, DC, PhD

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