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Continuing Education

Meet all your BOC CEU requirements, including EBP hours

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Design customizable home exercise programs that motivate athletes

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Assign education to activate athletes and prevent injury

CONTINUING EDUCATION RESOURCES

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Streamline your approach to continuing education. Earn CEUs at home or on the go, and meet your EBP requirements with 450+ BOC-approved CE courses, including 75+ EBP hours.

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  • Hundreds of video-based CE courses for athletic trainers
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Emergency Management: Athlete Care, Spinal, and Visceral Injuries

Presented by Danny Smith, PT, DHSc, OCS, SCS, ATC

Emergency Management: Athlete Care, Spinal, and Visceral Injuries

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The sports medicine professional must be trained and have practiced the management of the athlete with suspected spinal or visceral injuries. These practice sessions should take place prior to the season and incorporate all individuals associated with the care of the athlete. This includes those individuals on the sidelines (including physicians), emergency care personnel, coaches and other individuals identified by the emergency care team. In some instances, spinal and visceral injuries can be life threatening. Coordination of this team for on the field and off the field treatment ensures effective treatment of these athletes. Knowing how to treat, diagnose, and manage return to play for spinal and visceral injuries is essential for protecting the athlete. This course provides an in depth discussion of visceral and spinal injuries, including potential mechanisms, signs and symptoms, and management of these conditions.

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Strength and Conditioning in Sports

Presented by Susan Falsone, PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, RYT®

Strength and Conditioning in Sports

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This course is designed to give the physical therapist a fundamental understanding of strength and conditioning. Susan Falsone will review basic muscle physiology and energy systems and apply metabolic and structural adaptations to both aerobic and anaerobic exercise training. Multiple demonstrations and lectures will thoroughly explore testing modalities for aerobic capacity, strength, power and agility. The participant will learn how to design and implement physiologically based aerobic and anaerobic training programs.

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Concussion Basics: Assessment, Screening, and Risk Factors

Presented by Anne Mucha, DPT, MS, NCS and Susan Whitney, DPT, PhD, NCS, ATC, FAPTA

Concussion Basics: Assessment, Screening, and Risk Factors

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Concussion is an ongoing public health initiative, due to high prevalence and potentially serious long-term consequences that may arise from incomplete recovery and improper management. Concussion often results in a multitude of symptoms, deficits in cognitive function and impairment in the vestibular and visual systems. Effective management employs a multidisciplinary team approach in which these various deficits areas can be assessed and treated. This course will review the pathophysiology, epidemiology and biomechanics of concussion, along with pertinent information regarding diagnosis and negative outcomes following this injury. Current guidelines with respect to return to play will also be discussed. The course will finish with a case study example.

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Returning the Injured Athlete to Sports: New Concepts in ACL Rehabilitation

Presented by Robert Donatelli, PhD, PT

Returning the Injured Athlete to Sports: New Concepts in ACL Rehabilitation

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Lumbar pelvic control and power in the hips and lower legs are essential for improvement in performance and the reduction of injures in the Athlete. This course will review the anatomy and mechanics of knee that pertain to balance, stability, and power. An over view of dynamic visual acuity and perturbation training with emphasis on the athlete will be presented. Several different types of lower extremity dysfunction including ACL rehab will be discussed. Neuromuscular training and eccentric strengthening will be demonstrated in lab and developed into rehab protocols. Evidence based evaluation tools will be developed into and extensive assessment of muscle imbalance within the knee. Finally, implementation of rehabilitation programs individualized according to evaluative findings will be reviewed/discussed and demonstrated in case studies, utilizing the research based findings discovered through the course.

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ATHLETE ENGAGEMENT RESOURCES

Help your athletes reach their full potential

Encourage your athletes to become accountable partners in their care. Video-based and customizable exercise and education resources engage and motivate athletes so they can get back to the sport they love.

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  • Customizable exercise name, description, and parameters
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  • Print, email, text, or assign via patient portal and app
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  • View exercises from multiple camera angles, including mirroring

Design customized exercise and education programs

Explore thousands of exercises and educational resources for injury prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation.

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Thousands of ATs just like you improve lives with MedBridge!

“I love the patient portal and MedBridge GO app where my athletes can easily access their programs. I also love the CEU courses that I can easily access at any time. I have maintained all of my BOC EBP CEUs through MedBridge.”

Monica Lorenzo, MS, ATC, CES
Madison Square Garden

“We use the Home Exercise Program because we can create a HEP to send with kids. We can print these or email them to parents. This helps with accountability as we assign ‘homework’ for the kids!”

Mike Hopper, MS, ATC
Bishop Lynch High School

“I love how MedBridge focuses on visual learning! This helps me apply my education without guessing on my end and on my athletes’ end. It is easy to pick up CEUs that I am interested in and complete them on my own time!”

Ashley Hudson, MK, LAT, ATC
Boise State University

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