Functional Rehabilitation for Student Athletes – PediaCast CME 088
- Eric Leighton and Jesse Parthemore visit the studio as we consider functional rehabilitation for the student athlete. Injuries are common during sports participation. With the proper guidance, athletes can overcome injury, improve performance and return to play safely and efficiently. We hope you can join us!
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- Functional Rehabilitation for Student Athletes
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Define “functional rehabilitation” as it relates to the student athlete.
- Recognize common mechanisms of injury in the student athlete, including head injuries, repetitive use, stress fractures and suboptimal mechanics.
- Refer student athletes to an appropriate functional rehabilitation program that best addresses their specific needs.
- Counsel student athletes and their families on the importance of pre-participation training and key concepts of injury prevention.
- Sports Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
- Functional Rehabilitation at Nationwide Children’s
- Physical Therapy at Nationwide Children’s
- Sports-Related Concussion – PediaCast CME 033
- Concussion Recovery and Return to Play – PediaCast 501
- Martial Arts & Competitive Dance – PediaCast 445
- Throwing Injuries in the Young Athlete – PediaCast 513
- Golf Medicine – PediaCast 498
- New U, Play Strong, Ounce of Prevention – PediaCast 297
- Physical Activity and Strength Training – PediaCast CME 069
- Strength and Conditioning Programs for Student Athletes – PediaCast 539
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- In support of improving patient care, Nationwide Children’s Hospital is jointly accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for the healthcare team. (1.0 ANCC contact hours; 1.0 ACPE hours; 1.0 CME hours)
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