Like every sports, football carries the risk of injury. Due to the fact that football is a high-impact sport, football has the highest risk of injury than any other sport. The acts of tackling, blocking, and other physical contact between players frequently result in concussions, contusions, sprains and other injuries.
The very nature of football means that injuries are simply unavoidable. Players are required to pivot and change direction quickly, which increases the chance of an injury to joints or other tissues. Sudden bursts of speed can cause muscle damage if the player is not properly warmed up. Also commonly found in football players are overuse injuries, especially for quarterbacks.
Originally presented as a live event at the prestigious Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, Florida, “Injuries in Football: The Back, Hip and Lower Extremity” presents an in-depth exploration of common injuries football players suffer during play and how to deal with them. This guide combines the professional knowledge of many preeminent sport medicine physicians, including Dr. James Andrews himself and the Head Athletic Trainer for the New England Patriots, Jim Whalen, ATC.
This extensive guide provides a review of anatomy and pathology for the lower extremities. There is a review of lower back, hip, knee, and ankle pathology, as well as the surgical procedures that follow an injury if applicable. The course focuses upon importance of core stabilization and its relationship to preventative purposes. Several case studies are included throughout the course to provide valuable information in regards to evidence based practice. Ultimately the course focuses upon the standard of care with proper examination and direction-based rehabilitation.
This series is a must watch for healthcare professionals seeking a comprehensive guide to effectively treating injuries in football players.
This Seminar-On-Demand is 7 hours in length (check your state’s approval status in the state specific course catalog for your profession).
|Contact Hours: 7||
Video Course Format: Video
|Target Audience: ATC/LAT, CSCS/NSCA-CPT, PT/PTA|
|Instructional Level: Advanced||BOC Level of Difficulty: Advanced|
|State||Discipline||Approval Status||Statement||Provider Code||Approval Category||Expiration Date|
|Florida||ATC/LAT||BOC Approved Provider||Approved for 7 contact hours||P3633-258||2019-12-31|
|Florida||ATC/LAT||BOC Approved Provider||P3633||Category A||2019-12-31|
- Hip Injuries in Football
- Hip Rehabilitation in Football
- L-Spine Injuries: Non-operative - When to Operate?
- Examination and Rehabilitation of Low Back Pain in Football Players
- Core Stabilization For Football
- Panel Discussion
- ACL Surgery: Which Graft is Best and How do I Manage Concomitant Injuries?
- ACL Rehabilitation (Pre-Op to 6 Weeks)
- ACL Rehabilitation (Weeks 7 to Play)
- Management of MCL Injuries
- In-season Management of a Turf-Toe Injury in a NFL Running Back (Case Report)
- Case Study Report: PCL Rehabilitation
- Complex Knee Injury: The Team Approach
- Panel discussion
- Foot and Ankle: Physical Exam and Clinical Correlation
- Case Presentation
- High ankle update
- Don’t miss injuries
- Rehabilitation of Foot and Ankle Injuries
- Panel: Criteria to Return to Play (How do we Know When You're Ready)
- Core Stabilization
Course Goals & Objectives:
This course is intended to instruct the professional on assessing and treating injuries of the lower extremity in football players.
At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to
- Recognize rehabilitation phases for hip pathology
- Identify pathology and core strength relationship for low back in football
- List ACL early rehabilitation goals and identify the benefits of aquatic therapy
- Recognize commonality of knee ligamentous injuries in football
- Identify risk factors involved with foot and ankle pathology
- Identify the different phases for lumbar stabilization exercises and when to progress
- Recognize the steps necessary to perform the Functional Movement Screen and what types of movements are problematic
Criteria for Completion:
A score of 70% or more is considered passing. Scores of less than 70% indicate a failure to understand the material and the test will need to be taken again until a passing score has been achieved.
Contact Hours: 7
Please see "Approvals" tab for actual awarded contact hours for state and licensure.
Target Audience: Athletic Trainers, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists.
Instructional Level: Advanced
BOC Level of Difficulty: Advanced
Course Type: Seminar-On-Demand
The course materials for this Seminar-On-Demand are available instantly in our online format.
- Financial - This course is created in conjunction with The Andrews Institute. The Andrews Institute receives royalty payments from HomeCEUConnection.com for the presentation of this course.
- Nonfinancial - No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.
- No relevant conflicts of interest exist for any member of the activity planning committee.
Content Disclosure: This course does not focus solely on any specific product or service.