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Online course ACL reconstruction. How to get your athlete back (safe) on the field

An injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) has profound effects for an athlete, given the time lost from sport and its inherent physical and psychological effects as well as the long-term consequences associated with common pathologies such as meniscal injury or osteoarthritis.
Most athletes who want to continue sports after an ACL injury are recommended to undergo an ACL-reconstruction.
Deciding when an athlete is cleared to return to sports is difficult and challenging for clinicians as due to the multifactorial nature of this injury.
Despite the development of the return to sport guidelines in recent years, there are still more questions than answers to the optimal return to sports criteria after ACL reconstruction.
The absence of a scientific consensus on the criteria used to release an athlete to unrestricted sports activity – return to play – after ACL reconstruction, may contribute to increased risk of recurrence as return may be premature.
Return to sports should be considered as a continuous process all the way up to when an injured athlete has reached a level of return to performance. During this course, a
critical assessment of the current ?? return to sport ?? and performance after ACLreconstruction will be presented.
Return to sports starts already after the ACL injury and the subsequent prehabilitation before the surgery. Subsequently, the rehabilitation after the ACL reconstruction should be time and criterion based. Possibilities for optimizations based on current trends in the literature are presented and practiced.
During this online course we provide educational techniques that help you to implement the information you have learned.
Starting new habits can be difficult.
Here is the thing, consistency is important. It is like working out. If you work out only 1 time, you will not get in shape. But, if you work out regularly, you will.
If you take small but consistent actions towards applying the concepts you learned during this course to the rehab with your patients, you will bring it to live.
You will be working on weekly assignments based your actual case studies so you can apply the knowledge obtained immediately in your clinical setting.

Course Objectives

At the end of the course you can:

– Plan and implement an individual evidence-based rehabilitation program in your setting
– Use a comprehensive spectrum of sensorimotor and biomechanical assessments
– Recognise that return to sport is a continuum rather than a fixed moment in time

Physiotherapists, doctors, sports professionals, life science professionals, medical students, physiotherapy students, physical trainers

Vou ser melhor porque

  • Serei capaz de desenhar e implementar um programa de reabilitação individualizado de acordo com boas práticas e últimas evidências
  • Vou aprender como fazer e interpretar uma bateria de testes sensório-motores e biomecânicos
  • Vou compreender o processo de return to play
  • Vou saber como contribuir para a decisão partilhada de return to play

All cancellations are subject to a non-refundable fee of 25% of the amount corresponding to the registration – administrative costs.

Up to 45 days from the date of training, in case of cancellation of registration, will be refunded in 75% of the amount actually paid.

All cancellations less than 45 days prior to the date of training are subject to a non-refundable fee of 100% of the amount corresponding to the registration.


Registration Fee:

Early bird:

 

1.        290€ – until 5 September 2020 – 12h theoretical-practical Education online + 7h presential Workshop hands-on in FC Porto Stadium, Porto Portugal

2.        203€ – until 5 September 2020 – 12h theoretical-practical Education online

3.        130€ – 7h presential Workshop hands-on in FC Porto Stadium, Porto Portugal

 

Late Bird:

 

4.        380€ – after 5 September 2020 – 12h theoretical-practical Education online + 7h presential Workshop hands-on in FC Porto Stadium, Porto Portugal

5.        266€ – after 5 September 2020 – 12h theoretical-practical Education online

6.        190€ – 7h presential Workshop hands-on in FC Porto Stadium, Porto Portugal

 

Numerus clausus: 30

Bibliografia

  1. Adams D, Logerstedt DS, Hunter-Giordano A, Axe MJ, Snyder-Mackler L (2012) Current concepts for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a criterion-based rehabilitation progression. J Orthop Sport Phys Ther 42:601-614
  2. Ardern CL, Glasgow P, Schneiders A, Witvrouw E, Clarsen B, Cools A, et al. (2016) 2016 Consensus statement on return to sport from the First World Congress in Sport Physical Therapy, Bern. Br J Sport Med;10.1136/bjSport-2016-096278
  3. Dingenen B, Gokeler A (2017) Optimization of the Return-to-Sport Paradigm After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Critical Step Back to Move Forward. Sport Med;10.1007/s40279-017-0674-6
  4. Gokeler A, Benjaminse A, Hewett TE, Lephart SM, Engebretsen L, Ageberg E, et al. (2012) Proprioceptive deficits after ACL injury: are they clinically relevant? Br J Sport Med 46:180-192
  5. Gokeler A, Benjaminse A, Hewett TE, Paterno MV, Ford KR, Otten E, et al. (2013) Feedback Techniques to Target Functional Deficits Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Implications for Motor Control and Reduction of Second Injury Risk. Sport Med;10.1007/s40279-013-0095-0
  6. Gokeler A, Benjaminse A, van Eck CF, Webster KE, Schot L, Otten E (2013) Return of normal gait as an outcome measurement in ACL-reconstructed patients. A systematic review. Int J Sport Phys Ther 8:441-451
  7. Gokeler A, Benjaminse A, Welling W, Alferink M, Eppinga P, Otten B (2015) The effects of attentional focus on jump performance and knee joint kinematics in patients after ACL reconstruction. Phys Ther Sport 16:114-120
  8. Gokeler A, Eppinga P, Dijkstra PU, Welling W, Padua DA, Otten E, et al. (2014) Effect of fatigue on landing performance assessed with the landing error scoring system (less) in patients after ACL reconstruction. A pilot study. Int J Sport Phys Ther
  9. 9:302-311 9. Gokeler A, Welling W, Zaffagnini S, Seil R, Padua D (2016) Development of a test battery to enhance safe return to Sport after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Knee Surg Spo Traumatol Arthrosc;
  10. 10.1007/s00167-016-4246-3 10.van Grinsven S, van Cingel REH, Holla CJM, van Loon CJM (2010) Evidence-based rehabilitation following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Knee Surgery, Sport Traumatology, Arthroscopy 18:1128-1144
  11. 11.van Melick N, van Cingel RE, Brooijmans F, Neeter C, van Tienen T, Hullegie W, et al. (2016) Evidence-based clinical practice update: practice guidelines for anterior cruciate ligament rehabilitation based on a systematic review and multidisciplinary consensus. Br J Sport Med;10.1136/bjSport-2015-095898

Do you know our trainer?

Alli Gokeler

Alli Gokeler - Return to play - Ligamento Cruzado anterior - ACL Injury

   EDUCATION

   2018-present
   Postdoctoral researcher Exercise Science and Neuroscience, Department Exercise & Health, Faculty of Science, Paderborn, Germany

   2005-2015 PhD
   Center for Human Movement Sciences. University Medical Center Groningen. University of Groningen, the Netherlands

   2003-2005
   Sports Physical Therapist HU University Applied Sciences, Utrecht, the Netherlands

   1997-1999
   Certified Instructor Orthopaedic Medicine and Manual Therapy German Board of Physical Therapy

   1986-1990
   Bachelor Science Physical Therapy Hanze University Applied Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy, Groningen, the Netherlands

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2001-2017 Owner and Senior Physical Therapist
Medisch Centrum Zuid, Groningen, the Netherlands
2002-2004 Teaching Hanze University Applied Sciences, School for Physical
Therapy, Groningen, the Netherlands
1996-2001 Staff Physical Therapist Rehazentrum Göttingen, Germany
1993-1995 Senior Physical Therapist HealthSouth Rehabilitation Center, Roanoke, Virginia
1992-1993 Travelling Physical Therapist Arkansas Valley Regional Medical Center, La Junta Colorado
1991-1992 Staff Physical Therapist University General Hospital, Seminole, Florida
1990-1991 Staff Physical Therapist Several temporary assignments in private physical therapy clinics, the Netherlands

HONORS and AWARDS

2018 Honorary member Romanian Society of Arthroscopy and Sports Trauma
2018 First Price IJSPY best paper Most Active Group Award. Meniscus Steering Group
2016 First Price ESSKA Most Active Group Award. Meniscus Steering Group.
2015 First Price Optimization of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury
Prevention Paradigm: Novel Feedback Techniques to Enhance
Motor Learning and Reduce Injury Risk.
2014 Third Price GOTS Society for Orthopaedic Traumatologic Sports Medicine.
Paper of highest public interest. Joellenbeck T, Freiwald J,
Dann K, Gokeler A, Zantop T, Seil R, Miltner O. ACL
prevention: strategies and evidence
2005 First Price Best poster award. GOTS Society for Orthopaedic
Traumatologic Sports Medicine. Gokeler A, Hof AL, Arnold MP,
Dijkstra PU, Postema K. An electromyographic analysis of
landing strategies after ACL reconstruction.
2003 Second Price Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy, the Hague, the
Netherlands. Benjaminse A, Gokeler A, Schans C van der.
Student research award. Clinical Diagnosis of Anterior
Cruciate Ligament Rupture. A Meta-Analysis.

CERTIFICATION

Board Certified Sports Physical Therapist Royal Dutch Society
for Physical Therapy

LICENSURE

1991-present The Netherlands Royal Dutch Society for Physical
the Hague, the Netherlands
1991-1996 USA: Florida, Colorado, Virginia
Licenses held in the US. Status currently inactive but in good
standing

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

1.ESSKA
2.ESMA
3. ACL Study Group
4. AGA
5. KNGF: Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy, Section Sports Physical
Therapy
6. GOTS Society for Orthopaedic Traumatologic Sports Medicine

EDITORIAL SERVICE

1. Reviewer American Journal of Sports Medicine
2. Reviewer Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology Arthroscopy
3. Reviewer British Journal Sports Medicine
4. Reviewer Clinical Biomechanics
5. Reviewer The Knee
6. Reviewer Sports Medicine
7. Reviewer Gait & Posture
8. Reviewer Human Movement Science
9. Reviewer Journal of Sport Rehabilitation
10. Reviewer Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy
11. Reviewer Physical Therapy in Sport
12. Reviewer Clinical Biomechanics
13. Reviewer Journal of Athletic Training
14. Reviewer Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
15. Reviewer European Journal of Applied Physiology
16. Reviewer and Member Editorial Board Sport Orthopädie-Sport
Traumatologie

FACULTY

1.Annual GOTS Congress, Salzburg, Austria 2019
2.Romanian Society of Arthroscopy and Sports Trauma Congress, Bucharest,
Rumania 2018
3.GOTS Expert Meeting Cartilage
4.GOTS Expert Meeting ACL
5.GOTS Expert Meeting Ankle
6.GOTS Expert Meeting Shoulder
7.ESSKA Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 2018
8.Chair Cornamix Congress, Bremen, Germany 2017
9.Annual GOTS Congress, Munich, Germany 2016

Course Program

Session Starts 20:00 PM

Western European Time – UTC/GMT +1 hour

Pre-operative phase

  • Key components of ACL rehabilitation

Homework

  • Outline rest of the course
    – weekly assignments

Session Starts 20:00 PM

Western European Time – UTC/GMT +1 hour

Acute phase rehab

  • FAQ Day 1
  • Reduce AMI
  • Gait training
  • Improve balance (adaptability, reaction)
  • Motor learning (external focus, implicit learning)

Homework

  • read articles
  • prepare case study

Session Starts 20:00 PM

Western European Time – UTC/GMT +1 hour

Acute phase rehab

  • FAQ Day 2
  • Enhance neuromuscular control
  • Early strengthening

Homework

  • read articles
  • continue with case study

Session Starts 20:00 PM

Western European Time – UTC/GMT +1 hour

Acute phase rehab

  • FAQ Day 2
  • Enhance neuromuscular control
  • Early strengthening

Homework

  • read articles
  • continue with case study

Session Starts 20:00 PM

Western European Time – UTC/GMT +1 hour

Acute phase rehab

  • FAQ Day 3
  • Advanced strengthening
  • Enhance neuromuscular control
  • Start running
  • Initial changes of direction

Homework

  • read articles
  • continue with case study

Session Starts 20:00 PM

Western European Time – UTC/GMT +1 hour

Acute phase rehab

  • RTS tests-I
    • Strength
    • Hop tests
    • Agility
    • On field training
    • Qualitative and quantitative analysis
  • RTS Tests-II
    • Anticipation, Reaction, sportspecific elements
      and demands) in context of secondary ACL
      prevention

Homework

  • read articles
  • continue with case study

Session Starts 20:00 PM

Western European Time – UTC/GMT +1 hour

Acute phase rehab

  • FAQ Day 5

You will submit a case study of a patient you have worked/currently work(ed) with.

Describe the steps from beginning of the rehab to the RTS phase. We will select 2 cases studies from the group.

The 2 selected cases will be presented by the treating physiotherapist. After the presentation a group discussion will follow on how we can optimize the outcome. This is peer to peer learning.

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