Financial: Todd Arnold receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. There is no financial interest beyond the production of this course.
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Video Runtime: 32 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 24 Minutes
In this course, Dr. Arnold walks through four case studies dealing with concussion. In the case studies, Dr. Arnold demonstrates how to gather pertinent information from the athlete, identifies which assessments are appropriate to use in the clinic and on the sidelines, and emphasizes the clinical reasoning behind his treatment approach. Each case will cover a variety of issues that will enhance the learning from the lecture-style courses covering the concussed athlete, offering a deeper understanding of situations that arise and a platform for generating one's own style for communicating to those injured, as well as their parents and coaches. This updated case-based course is aimed at preparing physical therapists for the Sports Certified Specialist advanced certification exam but is appropriate for any therapist looking to expand their knowledge of concussion in sport.
Dr. Todd Arnold is a primary care/sports performance physician with more than a decade of experience caring for athletes of all levels from scholastic to professional. He serves as a sports performance scientist for USA Track & Field, and he worked extensively with more than 50 athletes in preparation for the 2012 Olympic Games, where…
This case evaluates an athlete with a unique pattern of symptoms related to a concussion and highlights the variety of symptoms related to mild traumatic brain injuries.
3. Case Study #3
This is a brief sit-down with an athlete, which serves as an education for the injured athlete. These examples can be used in clinical practice when similar questions are brought up.
4. Case Study #4
A final case serves as a platform of education that is given to athletes with a head injury. It also reviews some vestibulo-ocular dysfunction. This can be used in clinical practice for sports practitioners.
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