Prevention vs. Performance: Managing Injuries in Sport
Date(s) – 15/10/2016 – 16/10/2016
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Train Smarter and Harder
- Relationship between workload and injury
- Injury prediction models
- Protective effect of training
Best Practice Approach to Training Monitoring
- A novel approach to modelling workloads
- Return to training following off-season break
- Return to train, play, and ‘compete’ plans
- The good, the bad, and the ugly
- How can we do it better? (Group Discussion)
What Are We Actually Training For?
- Demands of competition
- Importance of RSA and RHIE ability
- Winning the session
- Providing treatment vs. building resilience
- High performance communication
1. Cost: Benefit Ratios applied to sport (balancing the risks and rewards of training)
2. The benefits of pre-season training
3. Load and congested schedules
4. Combined effect of fitness, experience & the acute:chronic workload ratio on injury risk
- Reconditioning the injured athlete
- Periodisation in rehabilitation programs
- Speed progressions in soft tissue injury rehabilitation
- GPS in rehabilitation for match demands
- Practical rehabilitation progressions for a hamstring injury
- Return to play considerations
Course outcomes and learning objectives include:
- Proficient with athlete load management and monitoring tools in sport
- Plan training programs to minimize injury risk yet maximise performance
- Learn how to map a ‘return to performance’ rehabilitation program
- How to plan for training around congested schedules
- Learn end stage strength and speed progressions for hamstring rehabilitation
- How and when to introduce energy storage and release for athletes with tendinopathy
- When is the injured athlete ready to return to play safely
- How to manage a tendinopathy in season
- Reconditioning an injured athlete
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* The Sports Map Network reserves the right to cancel a course with sufficient notice.
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This does not include online processing fees.
* If you cancel your place on the course, a refund of the course fee (minus $150 Administration fee) will be made if written confirmation is received four weeks prior to the course date. No refund provided with in 1 week of course date
* All course participants should hold current Personal and Professional Liability Insurance, as this course includes practical components.
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