InPractice: Clinical Best Practices in a Multi-Disciplinary Environment (InPractice2001)
|Event Date/Time: Nov 17, 2001||End Date/Time: Nov 17, 2001|
|Registration Date: Nov 16, 2001|
|Early Registration Date: Nov 02, 2001|
InPractice 2001 will feature case
presentations, discussion and debate on two common and often
controversial issues facing practitioners - the management and
rehabilitation of acute knee injuries and the effects of high
performance training on young athletes.
Clinical host, Dr. Paul Wright, will
facilitate interaction between invited case consultants and conference
delegates, which will include physicians, therapists, chiropractors,
surgeons, exercise scientists and strength and conditioning consultants.
An integrated, multi-disciplinary problem solving approach will be
Sport medicine is ideally suited to a team
approach. InPractice will bring together professionals from
different disciplines and provide a forum to identify new approaches to,
and perspectives on, problems in exercise science and sport medicine.
- By the end of this one-day
participants will be able to manage issues as they relate to the two
themes of discussion;
improved understanding of the respective roles of other
colleagues/practitioners and how to better work in a
Knee Injury: From Pitch to Podium
A comprehensive presentation of a serious knee injury as it occurs on the
playing field through to the athlete’s full return to activity. Interact
with the health care team as the injury diagnosis is confirmed and
treatment options and outcomes discussed. The injured / recovering
athlete along with the practitioners who treated her will be present.
Childhood to Champion Athlete
Competing in the 2010 Olympics is
the "dream" for many young athletes. Discuss and debate the
issues relating to intensive training and sports specialization in young
athletes and critically examine best practices with experts in the fields
of medical monitoring, injury prevention, nutrition, mental skills
development, planning and periodization, and strength and conditioning.