‘HOT TOPICS’ INTERNATIONAL – LOWER LIMB INJURIES E-CON FEBRUARY 2024 – via zoom meeting

'HOT TOPICS' INTERNATIONAL - LOWER LIMB INJURIES E-CON FEBRUARY 2024 - via zoom meeting
When
25 Feb 2024    
12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bookings
Bookings closed
Lecturer
Glenn Robbins; Helene Simpson; Sam Nupen; Paula Nutting; Arnold Vlok; Claire Minshull; Benoy Mathew; Karine Bezuidenhout; Jo-Dee Pryce
Short Description
Join 9 eminent speakers / experts from across different sporting codes and around the globe for an awesome day of sports physio / injuries presentations.
CPD Points
Accredited for 8 CPD points / hours on certificate

Important Information

‘HOT TOPICS’ – THE LOWER LIMB SPORTS INJURIES E-CON FEB 2024 – via zoom meeting; Live stream 25th February 2024 – Accreditation applied for 9 CPD points / hours on certificate.

Course times; Live stream time; 8AM – 5PM SOUTH AFRICAN TIMES; please check your own local times.

E-CONFERENCE SPEAKER TIMES – all times are South African (please check your local times)

8-9am; Paula Nutting (AUS). Addressing the myofascial meridians accelerates lower limb injury healing.
9-10am; Arnold Vlok (South Africa). Patella tendinopathy: Secrets to put the spring back in your patient’s tendon.
10-11am; Sam Nupen (South Africa). Its never just a hamstring strain…
11-12noon; Claire Minshull (UK). The cross-education effect on the lower limb & ACL.
12-1pm; Glenn Robbins (UK). ACL injury; bringing elite level rehab to recreational athletes.
1-2pm; Karine Bezuidenhout (South Africa). The role of the lymphatics in lower limb sports injuries.
2-3pm; Jo-Dee Pryce (South Africa); When calf pain is not a calf injury.
3-4pm; Helene Simpson (South Africa). All ankle sprains are the same, right? And we rehab them the same?
4-5pm; Benoy Mathew (UK). Current Updates in Achilles tendinopathy in Runners.

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Course material

‘HOT TOPICS’ – THE LOWER LIMB SPORTS INJURIES E-CON FEB 2024 – via zoom meeting; Live stream 25th February 2024.

E-CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

1. Glenn Robbins (UK). ACL injury; bringing elite level rehab to recreational athletes. – Taking an ACL client from the couch to the cage, the ring, the field, etc, can be a challenging process. There are big discrepancies between return to sport success in elite sport versus recreational athletes. How can we shorten this Gap?

2. Arnold Vlok (South Africa). Patella tendinopathy: Secrets to put the spring back in your patients tendon. – Join us as we unravel the complexities of patella tendinopathy, exploring its etiology, manifestations and most importantly, unveiling the specific strength and power training rehabilitation exercises that can breathe new life into ‘tired tendons’. This isn’t just about healing; it’s about crafting a rehabilitation regimen that enhances tensile stiffness and strength, propelling your clients toward optimal performance.

3. Helene Simpson (South Africa). All ankle sprains are the same, right? And we rehab them the same? Wrong! – If you think there is a single recipe for ankle sprain management and rehabilitation…think again. The mechanism of injury is different, meaning different structures (ligaments, joints and tendons) get injured. We will discuss the different mechanism and impact on structures and stability of the ankle. And most importantly, how we modify the rehabilitation in the early stages for good outcomes, when to refer, time lines in return to training, sport and performance.

4. Sam Nupen (South Africa). Its never just a hamstring strain… – Hamstring strains are common injuries in sports that require high speed sprinting and kicking accounting for 17% of all sports injuries. The recurrence rate is also very high. In this talk Sam will discuss contributing factors, assessment and management of hamstring strains necessary to return an athlete to sport and to avoid a recurrence.

5. Paula Nutting (AUS). Addressing the myofascial meridians accelerates lower limb injury healing. – Selecting the perfect treatment requires knowing what muscles to target. Sourcing the myofascial meridians that pass through the lower body can produce rapid outcomes and improved performance for your athlete.

6. Claire Minshull (UK). The cross-education effect on the lower limb & ACL. – The cross-education (CE) phenomenon describes the strength gain in the opposite untrained limb following unilateral contralateral resistance training. Performed correctly, in healthy populations the CE effect can induce strength gains of up to 50% (in the untrained limb) relative to the improvements in the trained limb. In clinical populations CE can attenuate declines in strength caused by surgery, and/or immobilisation compared to standard care. There are obvious advantages within MSK injured and load-compromised populations for the use of CE to accelerate rehabilitation. Learn what CE is and importantly how to effectively structure training interventions to enable its occurrence. You will gain a clear understanding of what the cross-education is, a short & critical review of its evidence-base, when it works, and when it doesn’t. Understand the critical factors determining CE & the extent of effect and exploration of CE by muscle group, limb, dominance & contraction type. Strength gain & strength-sparing and applying CE to clinical practice.

7. Jo-Dee Pryce (South Africa); When calf pain is not a calf injury. – ‘Learn how to differentially diagnose what’s going on and what to do about the origins of calf pain- a physiotherapy perspective’.

8. Benoy Mathew (UK). Current Updates in Achilles tendinopathy in Runners. – Achilles tendon disorders are a common entity in middle-aged active people. With increasing sports participation in the general population, the number of overuse injuries has increased. Tendon disorders comprise 30 to 50% of all sports-related injuries and there is a lifetime risk of 52% in elite long-distance runners of suffering from an Achilles tendon injury. In this talk, we will be covering the aetiology, risk factors, differential diagnosis of Achilles tendinopathy in runners.
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9. Karine Bezuidenhout (South Africa). The role of the lymphatics in lower limb sports injuries.– The lymphatic system is crucial in supporting the fascia and vascular system. By influencing the lymphatic system, we can also impact other regulatory systems within the body. This introduction explores how knowledge and skill can be utilized to manipulate the lymphatic system, serving as an additional tool in our toolkit to support patients. We aim to relieve chronic pain, aid recovery and regeneration, regulate internal pressure, and assist in the healing of acute injuries.

Join 9 eminent speakers and sports physio experts from across different sporting codes and from around the globe for an awesome day of sports physio and sports injuries presentations.

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Course Times

Course times; Live stream time; 8AM – 5PM SOUTH AFRICAN TIMES; please check your own local times

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