2017 Course Dates Announced!

2017 Course Dates

February 11-12:  Cincinnati, OH
March 25-26:  Cincinnati, OH
April 22-23:  Cincinnati, OH
May 25-26:  Hilton Head Is, SC
July 15-16:  Cincinnati, OH
October 7-8:  Cincinnati, OH (tentative)
November 4-5:  Cincinnati, OH (tentative)

Save the Date!!

Join us at the Sonesta Resort, Hilton Head Is, SC in 2017:
Sportsmetrics Certification: May 25-26
32nd Annual Advances on the Knee, Shoulder & SportsMedicine Course: May 27-30
Details to follow…

Sportsmetrics Annual Course Hilton Head 2016

We weren’t sure what to expect this year with the Advances on the Knee and Shoulder/Sportsmetrics courses changing locations, but the Sonesta Resort turned out to be a very pleasant surprise!  Great staff, amenities and amazing food soon won over our faculty, staff and course attendees.  They handled our course roster of 40 with ease and made it one of the best (and largest) Sportsmetrics courses.  The addition of George Davies’ presentation on current research in ACL rehabilitation was an extra bonus.  We cannot thank George enough for being such a supporter of our program.  Help us thank George and welcome our new certified instructors:

Amanda Askey, PTA, CFT:  Flex Physical Therapy, Council Bluffs, IA

Susan Berland, DPT:  Catalyst Physical Therapy, Hamilton, MT

David Brcka, MD:  North Georgia Sports Injury & Performance, Bethlehem, GA

Xavier Brewer, CPT, FMS:  X Factor Performance, Ponte Vedra, FL

Shaun Buning, DPT, ATC, C/NDT:  GeorgiaLina Physical Therapy, Evans, GA

Brent Butler, PT:  Revere Health, Provo, UT

Rachelle Callahan, DPT:  Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center

Andrew Cantrell, PTA:  The Rehab Institute-NGHS, Braselton,

David Carroll, DPT:  Southeastern Orthopedics, Greensboro, NC

Donna Chisholm, PT:  Pro Sports Physical Therapy, P.C., Oyster Bay, NY

Dylan Chisholm, CPT-NETA:  Pro Sports Physical Therapy, P.C., Oyster Bay, NY

Larry Feldman, PT:  Five Star Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

Annmarie Garis, DPT:  Florida State University- Health & Wellness Center, Tallahassee, FL

Sam Gill, PT:  Troy, MI

Whittney Gomendi-Smith, DPT:  Fremont Therapy Group, Riverton, WY

Brittney Harrell, PT, OCS:  GeorgiaLina PT Associates, Grovetown, GA

Josh Hill, PT:  The Rehab Institute- NGHS, Braselton, GA

John Hill, DPT, MS, ATC, CSCS

Yuri Jean-Baptiste:  ATC, PES, CES:  University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

Penny Jones, MPT:  DeClaire LaMacchia Orthopaedic Institute, Rochester Hills, MI

Coby Jones, DPT:  Rocky Mountain Ortho, Grand Junction, CO

Vic Kaminski, PT:  TMC Rehab, Winder, GA

Christopher Lopez, MSPT, OCS, CSCS:  Physical Solutions, Mineola, NY

Melanie Lynn, ATC:  Auburn, AL

Mary Meadows, PT:  Inova Physical Therapy, Centerville, VA

Karen Purcell, PT:  Pro Sports Physical Therapy, P.C., Huntington, NY

Katherine Quayle, DPT:  Fremont Therapy Group, Riverton, WY

Michelle Ramirez, DPT, OCS:  Florida Hospital Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, Orlando, FL

Mark Rau,  PT, ATC:  Liberty Sports & Physical Therapy, Fredericksburg, VA

Kimberly Schall, PT:  Advantage Rehab Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, Denton, MD

Asa Shaffer, DPT:  SERC Physical Therapy, Lees Summit, MO

Ryan Sheedy, DPT:  Furnace Brook Physical Therapy, Quincy, MA

Richard Smith, PTA:  Evangelical Physical Therapy, Lewisburg, PA

Ashley Sneed, PT, ATC:  Piedmont Orthopaedics, Greenville, SC

Lauren Sperling, PTA:  Florida Hospital Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, Orlando, FL

Meredith Stevenson, DPT:  Self Regional Healthcare, Greenwood, SC

Jerrica Thomas, DPT:  Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics, Southaven, MS

Corey Winn, DPT:  Brunswick County, NC

Michelle Yang, DPT:  Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY

Hunter Yard, CSCS:  Carolinas Health Care System, Charlotte, NC

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May Certification Group

On May 23rd, we made our annual trip to Hilton Head Island, SC for the 29th Annual Advances on the Knee and Shoulder and pre-conference Sportsmetrics course.  We certified 26 healthcare professionals from California, Florida, Michigan, Maryland, Mississippi, Maine, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, South Caroline, Virginia,  Wyoming, and Finland!  We welcomed the sports medicine staff from Tiffin University and Kenyon College in Ohio, University of Michigan and UCLA.  Sunny skies, a warm breeze and an enthusiastic class made for a picture perfect course.  We would like to thank our new certified sites for their commitment to ACL injury prevention!  We welcome:

Jean Beattie, DPT:  Sheepscot Bay Physical Therapy, Waldoboro, ME

Tyler Bolley, DPT:  University of Michigan @ Domino Farms, Ann Arbor, MI

Olivier Chassin, DPT:  Orthopedic Physical Therapy Associates, Wake Forest, NC

Lisa Friesen, ATC, CES:  UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

Christine Herriotts:  Health and Wellness, LLC, Glenwood, MD

Iain Langstone, USSF:  Fayetteville Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, Fayetteville, NC

Jessica Kellum, DPT, ATC:  University of Michigan @ Domino Farms, Ann Arbor, MI

Martin Kerr, MS, PT:  Horizon Rehabilitation, Hilton Head Island, SC

Kyle Kissling, MBA, ATC:  Tiffin University, Tiffin, OH

Kirk Landrum, ATC, MPH:  South Central Regional Medical Center- Wellness Center, Laurel, MS

Vesa Linna, PT:  Fysioterapiakeskus Kunnon Klinikka, Tampere, Finland

Michael Maugeri, PTA:  Atlantic Physical Therapy, Virginia Beach, VA

Brett Mielnick, MHSc, PTA, CSCS:  Florida Orthopaedic Institute, Tampa, FL

Sean O’Connor, MD:  Concord Orthopaedics, Concord, NH

Lucas Phillips, MEd, ATC:  Tiffin University, Tiffin, OH

Sarah Proulx, DPT:  Atlantic Orthopaedic Specialists, Chesapeake, VA

Elizabeth Saulinas, MS, ATC:  Tiffin University, Tiffin, OH

Robin Scheimer, MS, ATC:  Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

Shane Shapiro, MD:  Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL

Teri Skeen, BA:  Big Country Rehabilitation, LLC, Douglas, WY

Stephanie Smith, MAT, ATC:  Tiffin University, Tiffin, OH

Mark Teeples, AT:  Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

JT VanWey, DPT, ATC, CSCS:  Max Sports Medicine Institute, Columbus, OH

Andy Wheeler, ATC, CES:  Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

Lindsay Wiggins, DPT:  OrthoVirginia, North Chesterfield, VA

Emily Yorges, ATC, LAT:  North Platte Physical Therapy, Torrington, WY

 

 

 

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Evidence for Neuromuscular Retraining to Reduce Noncontact ACL Injuries in Female Athletes Continues to Mount

In the last two years, several meta-analyses and systematic reviews have been published that strongly support the need and rationale for neuromuscular training in young female athletes. These publications reported relative risk reduction rates for noncontact ACL injuries that ranged from 52-100%. Relative risk reduction refers to the estimate of the percentage of risk that is reduced for trained athletes compared with untrained athletes.

In the February 2014 issue of the journal Arthroscopy, we published our systematic review that included eight neuromuscular training programs. Our rigorous analysis found that three programs – Sportsmetrics, PEP, and KIPP – had a statistically significant impact in reducing the risk of ACL injuries in female soccer and basketball players. We believe it is important to understand that not all ACL prevention programs are effective, a concept that is not always made clear in both the scientific literature and in the media. This article is available for download on our website.

In the May 7, 2014 issue of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, a unique article was published on the cost-effectiveness of ACL injury prevention training. The authors (Swart et al, from Columbia University Medical Center, New York) compared three strategies for young athletes who regularly participate in organized sports: 1) no neuromuscular training or ACL injury screening, 2) universal neuromuscular training, and 3) universal screening, with neuromuscular training only done in high-risk athletes. An analysis of the total costs and gains in quality-adjusted life years was conducted of these strategies, assuming that all ACL ruptures would be reconstructed. The neuromuscular training program costs were based on a protocol that included dynamic warm-up, plyometrics, strengthening, sport-specific agility drills, and flexibility and included programs such as Sportsmetrics and PEP. In addition, costs were based on personal and equipment needs for neuromuscular training and injury screening.

The study found that universal neuromuscular training would reduce the incidence of ACL injuries by an average of 63%, whereas screening would reduce the incidence by an average of 40%. The example was given that, in 10,000 athletes, ACL injuries would be sustained by: 1) 300 athletes in the no-screening or training group, 2) 180 in the screen-and-treat high-risk athletes only group, and 3) 110 in the train all group. The average cost of the universal training group was $100 lower than the no train group and $25 lower than screen-and-treat group. The authors concluded that universal neuromuscular training was the most cost-effective strategy for reducing costs and morbidity from ACL injuries. This article is also available for download on our website.

References

1.         Gagnier JJ, Morgenstern H, Chess L. Interventions Designed to Prevent Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Adolescents and Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Am J Sports Med. 2013;41(8):1952-1962.

2.         Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD. Neuromuscular retraining intervention programs: do they reduce noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injury rates in adolescent female athletes? Arthroscopy. 2014;30(2):245-255.

3.         Paszkewicz J, Webb T, Waters B, Welch McCarty C, Van Lunen B. The effectiveness of injury-prevention programs in reducing the incidence of anterior cruciate ligament sprains in adolescent athletes. J Sport Rehabil. 2012;21(4):371-377.

4.         Sadoghi P, von Keudell A, Vavken P. Effectiveness of anterior cruciate ligament injury prevention training programs. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2012;94(9):769-776.

5.         Stojanovic MD, Ostojic SM. Preventing ACL injuries in team-sport athletes: a systematic review of training interventions. Res Sports Med. 2012;20(3-4):223-238.

6.         Sugimoto D, Myer GD, Bush HM, Klugman MF, Medina McKeon JM, Hewett TE. Compliance with neuromuscular training and anterior cruciate ligament injury risk reduction in female athletes: a meta-analysis. J Athl Train. 2012;47(6):714-723.

7.         Swart E, Redler L, Fabricant PD, et al. Prevention and screening programs for anterior cruciate ligament injuries in young athletes. A cost-effectiveness analysis. J Bone Joint Surg Am 2014;96(9):705-71.

8.         Sugimoto D, Myer GD, McKeon JM, Hewett TE. Evaluation of the effectiveness of neuromuscular training to reduce anterior cruciate ligament injury in female athletes: a critical review of relative risk reduction and numbers-needed-to-treat analyses. Br J Sports Med. 2012;46(14):979-988.

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Sportsmetrics May Certification Course

On May 23rd, we made our annual trip to Hilton Head Island, SC for the 29th Annual Advances on the Knee and Shoulder and pre-conference Sportsmetrics course.

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Attention Portland and Seattle!

Therapeutic Associates will be hosting a Sportsmetrics Certification Course on May 3-4, 2014.  Course details are below:
 
Seattle Metro:
Date: May 3-4, 2014
7:30 AM Registration
Class Time: 8AM-5 PM Saturday; 8 AM-12:00 PM Sunday
Registration Deadline: April 5, 2013
Location:  Therapeutic Associates Queen Anne Physical Therapy
7100 Fort Dent Way, Ste 222
Seattle, WA 98188
Instructors: Stephanie Tutalo Smith, MS and Tommy Campbell
Total Hours: 13
Cost:  $690- TAI; $730- Non-TAI
For more information, contact Dorothy Klemetson at dorothyk@taiweb.com, 206-241-8488 (x2200)
or visit : http://www.therapeuticassociates.com/education/continuing-education/

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The Sportsmetrics Certification Course is now approved as an Evidence Based Practice Program!

Sportsmetrics is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers.

Receive 3.25 EBP Category CEU’s and 7.25 Category A CEU’s by attending a Sportsmetrics Certification Course.

 

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Sportsmetrics Certification Course Dates

2014 Dates

May 23-24, 2014:  Hilton Head Island, SC

July 19-20, 2014:  Cincinnati, OH

October 2014:  Cincinnati, OH (Dates TBD)

November 2014:  Cincinnati, OH (Dates TBD)

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