Time & Location
May 16, 9:00 AM – May 17, 5:00 PM
Ramat Gan, Perets Bernstein St 7, Ramat Gan, Israel
About the event
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- Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- We request that you limit yourself to attending no more than 2 of the 3 workshops.
- All workshops are free of charge
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Demystifying the Shoulder: A Manual Approach
Jonathan Maister, RMT, CAT(C), SF(CSMTA)
Particular patterns are evident in certain common & concurrent Shoulder conditions i.e. Impingement, Bursitis, Tendonitis. These often limit the athlete’s activity level or simply prevent their ability to participate. This hands-on workshop serves to explore the fascial component, & in particular, its role with scapula positioning and mechanics. We will review the applied anatomy of the region, relate this directly to injury etiology, then explore dynamic practical soft tissue strategies to make that quantum difference to the athlete’s status.
Attendees please wear a sleeveless top.
Are you in or out? ATs Reduction of Acute Dislocations Current Best Practice Evidence for On-Field and Sideline Management with Hands on Learning Lab
Eric Fuchs, FNAP, ATC, AEMT, SMTC, CIDN
The current changes in athletic training education and recent evidence presented in the current literature provide supporting evidence for current practicing athletic trainers a to gain education in joint reductions consistent with the new entry-level athletic training education. The ability to know how to effectively reduce joint dislocations on the field or sideline is a vital skill for sports medicine practitioners of all levels to have and acquire. There is a practice gap between athletic trainers who have graduate prior to CAATE 2020 standards in education and training on joint reductions. Additionally, athletic trainers or other sports medicine staff often lack the training in joint reduction techniques and without this training and knowledge likely package and refer the patient which could impact patient outcome or expose patient to further risks for example having to have general anesthesia to reduce a joint.
Hands-on Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Workshop
Stavros Daoukas, MSc, GSR, AT, PGCertUS
This intensive hands-on MSK ultrasound workshop is designed for medical and allied health professionals and aims to introduce practitioners to the fundamental practical skills of diagnostic ultrasound in clinical practice. The course includes scanning techniques and protocols of the main peripheral joints and an overview of pathology case studies.