Sportsmetrics July 2016 Course

On July 16th and 17th, we held a Sportsmetrics certification course for 29 sports medicine professionals from all over the country.  We must thank Spectrum Health for being such a big supporter of our program.  Spectrum now has 17 of their sports medicine employees certified in Sportsmetrics.  Please help us welcome our new certified instructors!…

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Sportsmetrics Course hosted by Dayton Children's Hospital

A big THANK YOU to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Ann Smith for hosting a great Sportsmetrics course on June 11-12. We look forward to working with you to get the program up and running!  We welcome our new instructors: John Steiner, PT Michael  Breneman, DPT Danell Shirey, PTA Natalie Morris, PTA Lynette Keenan, PT Brittany…

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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…

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Sportsmetrics April 2016 Course

Spring of 2016 has been a busy one for the Sportsmetrics team between certification courses and spring training.  On April 10th, we welcomed 12 new instructors.  Join us in welcoming: Maria Borg, PT:  Sports PT- UC Health, Denver, CO Julie Brooks, PTA:  Licking Memorial Outpatient, Newark, OH Chelsey Dikeman, DPT:  Meadowview Regional Med Ctr. Garland…

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Sportsmetrics March Course

On March 19th and 20th, we welcomed 15 new instructors to the Sportsmetrics family: Elena Caruso, DPT, ATC:  Physical Solutions, Mineola, NY Christian Cox, ATC:  Mercy Health, Cincinnati, OH Jerome Eck:  Sterling Heights, MI Stanford Lange, ACSM-CPT:  Mercy HealthPlex- Anderson, Cincinnati, OH Kristine Messner, ATC:  Holy Family Memorial Lakeshore Orthopaedics, Manitowoc, WI Anna Mielke:  Holy Family…

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Published Rates of Reinjury After ACL Reconstruction Show Need for Advanced Neuromuscular Retraining

Sue Barber-Westin Despite advances in ACL reconstruction techniques and the use of early rehabilitation principles such as immediate knee motion and quadriceps strengthening exercises, some recent studies have reported high failure rates when patients resume athletics after surgery. This problem has been especially noted in athletes under 25 years of age who return to sports…

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ACL Injuries in the Female Athletes Textbook

…Over 15,000 Chapters Downloaded and Counting Dr. Noyes has many research interests and one of the most prominent is the prevention of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female athletes. ACL injuries can cause long-term problems in the knee joint, including the early onset of osteoarthritis. It has been evident for some time that a gender…

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July Certification Course

Our July certification class…25 new certified instructors traveling from as far as Alaska to New York! Many of our sites have shown their ongoing commitment to the program by sending multiple staff members to get certified throughout the years. Thanks to Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy, Therapeutic Associates, ATI Physical Therapy, Kenyon College and Inova Sports…

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Sportsmetrics Course in Hilton Head

We always look forward to our annual course in Hilton Head, SC for many reasons… the weather, the beach scene, an appearance from the one and only George Davies.  There is something about palm trees and blue skies that brings out the best in everyone and this year was no exception.  Our course of 26…

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