ACL Injury Prevention Through Neuromuscular
Training : Keeping Athletes on the Field and Out of the Operating Room
Want to avoid your athletes going to the
operating room with an ACL injury? Develop an effective and proven ACL injury
prevention program that incorporates the latest evidence in neuromuscular
training to keep your athletes on the playing field and out of the OR.
Discover recent trends in ACL injuries, such as why female athletes sustain more
noncontact ACL injuries than their male counterparts. With this evidence, you
will be able to apply a sports-specific training regimen immediately
for either an individual or group to prevent such an injury. And if you work
with athletes already affected by an ACL injury, return them back to their sport
with interventions in both the clinic and the field.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Review ACL injuries including statistics and
Describe the functional anatomy of the knee and the female implications
Distinguish why female athletes have an inherent risk for ACL injury from male
Design an ACL injury prevention program
Explain why an athlete is not ready to return to sport following ACL
reconstruction when rehabilitation consists of only clinic-based interventions
Analyze an athlete's biomechanics for risk of ACL injury
KERRI A. KRIEGER, PT, DPT, CKTP graduated
summa cum laude with a bachelor of Health Science from the University of
Florida. She received her doctorate in physical therapy from the College of
Medicine at the University of South Florida. Dr. Krieger currently owns a
physical therapy private practice in her hometown of Port Saint Lucie, Florida.
She focuses on educating her community on ways to prevent, treat, and mange
musculoskeletal conditions. Dr. Krieger is an adjunct professor within the
Physical Therapy Assistant program at Indian River State College. She has worked
with semi-professional, club, and high school teams utilizing her knowledge as a
licensed physical therapist. Dr. Krieger has created an ACL injury prevention
program that she has introduced to local female athletes.
At the conclusion of Kerri's course, clinicians
left with confidence in their abilities and a sense of readiness to apply these
new concepts to their patients.
Ashley Kennedy, PT, DPT
Dr. Krieger's lectures are not only a testament of her knowledge but also her
passion for her work.
Michelle Roberts, PTA
Dr. Krieger knows how to present this information in a fun and uplifting manner.
David Pfeiffer, PTA
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Physical Therapist Assistants
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists
CREDITS - CE Approvals
Arkansas State Board of Physical Therapy -
This program has been submitted to the Arkansas State Board of Physical Therapy
for 6 continuing education hours.
General Statement - This educational offering qualifies for 6 continuing
education hours as required by many national, state and local licensing boards
and professional organizations. Save your course outline and certificate of
completion, and contact your own board or organization for specific filing
Louisiana Physical Therapy Board - This
program has been submitted to the Louisiana Physical Therapy Board for approval
of 6.0 contact hours for Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants.
Mississippi State Board of Physical Therapy - This program has been
submitted to Mississippi State Board of Physical Therapy for 6 contact hours for
PTs and PTAs.
Board of Certification, Inc. - Cross Country Education is recognized by the
Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified
Athletic Trainers. BOC Approved Provider # P3097 6 CEUs will be awarded.
NSCA Certification - This program is pending CEU approval by the NSCA
Certification for pre-approval of 0.6 CEUs.
Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision, Physical Therapy
Advisory Committee - This program has been submitted to the Oklahoma State
Board of Medical Licensure & Supervision for preapproval of 6 contact hours.
Tennessee Physical Therapy Association - This program has been submitted to
the Tennessee Physical Therapy Association for 6.0 contact hours.
Texas Physical Therapy Association - This
course has been submitted to the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for 6
continuing competence unit(s) for PTs and PTAs.
SEMINAR CLASS TIME:
Seminar Check-in: 7:30 AM Seminar Class 8:00 AM -