This series of one-hour webinars features Mayo Clinic experts discussing the latest information on sports medicine.
Session 7: Advances in Concussion Diagnosis and Management
July 20, 2021, 6:30-7:30 p.m. EDT
Advances in concussion diagnosis and management continue to evolve. In this CME webinar, Mayo Clinic experts will discuss the latest knowledge in diagnostic evaluation, tools and rehabilitation for sports related concussion. Jennifer Maynard, M.D., CAQSM, Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and the Program Director for the Sports Medicine Fellowship will discuss the latest in diagnosis with sideline and in-office evaluation. Tava R. Buck, P.T., D.P.T and Amanda L. Lazo, OT, will discuss the rehabilitation options to allow patients to take a more active role in their recovery to return to sport.
Session 8: It's Just an Ankle Sprain: Why is My Patient Still in Pain?
August 17, 2021, 6:30-7:30 p.m. EDT
Ankle sprains are common disorders seen in the physical therapy and orthopedic clinics. Although many patients improve with proper treatment, some continue to have persistent pain. Glenn G. Shi, M.D., Assistant Professor of Orthopedics and Scott Haak, P.T. D.P.T., Instructor in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation will review the anatomy, epidemiology, differential diagnosis, and surgical indications to treat this patient population.
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Session 1: Tendinopathy: Pathophysiology, Management, and Rehabilitation of Chronic Tendinopathy
January 19, 2021
Our multidisciplinary team discusses how to appropriately diagnose tendinopathies and focus your non-operative treatment of these patients. Mayo Clinic Experts review the pathophysiology of tendinopathies in order to understand different treatment options offered to patients.
Session 2: Endurance training for Health and Performance
February 16, 2021
This webinar will discuss endurance training and how to improve health without overtraining or sustaining injuries. Mayo Clinic Faculty will identify how to minimize risks of over training for athletes who wish to train for performance. As running is the most common mode of endurance training, methods of reducing the risk of common running injuries will be discussed.
Session 3: Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries
March 16, 2021
Anterior cruciate ligament tears are one of the most common knee injuries. In this CME webinar, Mayo Clinic experts will discuss the latest knowledge and recommendations for treatment of these injuries. Cedric J. Ortiguera, M.D., Assistant Professor of Orthopedics, will review the relevant anatomy, risk factors for injury, indications for surgery and recommended surgical options. Scott Haak, Mayo Clinic Physical Therapist/Strength and Conditioning Specialist, will discuss post-operative rehabilitation strategies and exercise with the goal of returning an athlete to sport.
Session 4: Orthopedic and Sports Regenerative Medicine
April 20, 2021
Mayo Clinic experts will discuss the state of Regenerative Medicine in current Sports Medicine practice. Shane A. Shapiro, M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopedics, and Mayo Clinic Faculty will review the current applications and limitations of first generation cell therapy for orthopedic and sports injuries, discuss ongoing clinical research, and explore the strategies used to counsel patients about their Orthobiologic treatment options.
Session 5: Highs and Lows: Altitude and Diving Medicine
May 18, 2021
Many patients participate in scuba diving and various high altitude physical activities. In this CME webinar, Mayo Clinic experts will discuss the latest knowledge and treatments for various conditions associated with these activities. Tyler Schmidt, D.O. will be discussing the Altitude Medicine portion and Sara Filmalter, M.D. will be discussing the scuba diving portion of the lecture.
Session 6: Rehabilitation Approaches to Spine Issues in the Golfing Athlete
June 15, 2021
Spine-related injuries and impairments are common among golfers and often impact performance. In this CME webinar, Mayo Clinic experts will provide an overview of some of the most common spine-related injuries among golfers. Paul Scholten, M.D., Assistant Professor of PM&R will cover the incidence, presenting features and treatment options for these common conditions and Melanie Peavy, PT, MPT, BSN, Instructor of PT will discuss the relationship of these to swing mechanics and review relevant therapeutic exercises.
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