You will surely recognize the active kids in your clinical practice who are struggling with apophyseal injuries of the lower limb. This lecture will teach you to assess, diagnose and develop a pathway for a safe return to sport and play in active adolescents with pain related to Osgood-Schlatter & Sever’s Disease.
Expert on this topic, Angela Jackson, will guide you through the maturation status of the child and its impact on pathology. She will enhance your knowledge of the sporting and non-sport risk factors associated with injuries in this population group.
The goal is to gain important insights into the impact of growth, fatigue, nutrition, overtraining and load management in this unique population group.
- Be confident in identifying the maturation status of the child
- Be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of Osgood-Schlatter & Sever’s Disease
- Be able to assess and understand the risk factors associated with injury to improve treatment outcomes and reduce the risk of recurrence.
- Know how to assess when an athlete is ready & confident to return to sport/play
- Be able to recognise signs of overtraining and serious pathology in this unique population group and gain confidence in knowing when to refer a patient on for further investigation
- Know how to educate the child and parent on the impact of poor nutrition, sleep, workload management and stress on injury rates and performance
Kinesitherapeuten, manueel therapeuten, sportkinesitherapeuten en (sport)artsen.
4 pt PQK
66€ (excl btw)
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