Hamstrung: The Injury Journey

 

Session Time
0800-0855 Registration
0855-0900 Conference Introduction
Prevention
0900-0920 Anatomy & Epidemiology – Dr Andrew Jowett
0920-0940 Load Monitoring – Justin Crow
0940-1000 Objective Baseline Tests & Nordic Prevention – Dr David Opar
1000-1020 Mechanism of Injury – Dr Anthony Schache
1020-1040 Q&A
1040-1120 Morning Tea
The Injury Experience
1120-1140 The Player’s Opinion – Nathan Freeman
1140-1200 Surgical Considerations – Mr Brian Devitt
1200-1220 Dietary Changes Post Injury – Katherine Shone
1220-1240 The Coach’s Opinion – Andrew Collins
1240-1300 Q&A
1300-1400 Lunch
Diagnosing & Managing the Injury
1400-1420 Injury Assessment – Dr Chris Bradshaw
1420-1435 General Radiology – Dr David Connell
1435-1450 Novel Imaging of Distal Biceps Femoris – Dr Tom Entwisle
1450-1510 To Inject or not to Inject? – Prof Karim Khan
1510-1530 What Happens if it is a Chronic Tendon Issue? – Prof Craig Purdam
1530-1550 Q&A
1550-1610 Afternoon Tea
RTP & Failed Rehab
1610-1630 Rehabilitation of Injury – Dr Tania Pizzari
1630-1650 Return to Play Criteria of Injury – Mark  Young
1650-1710 Psychological Aspects of Injury & RTP – Megan Davis
1710-1730 Why Does Rehab Fail? Challenging Current Theories – Jack Hickey
1730-1750 Q&A – suggestions for future research
1750-1800 Conference Close

For all general enquiries please contact:

Sports Medicine Australia – Victoiran Office
375 Albert Road
Albert Park  VIC  3206

Ph: 03 9674 8777
Fax: 03 9674 8799
Email: smanat@sma.org.au

The Hamstrung: The hamstring injury journey conference will take the delegate through the athlete’s journey during a hamstring injury from, prevention all the way to return to play. It will showcase talks from all disciplines of the multidisplinary team involved with hamstring injury management with learning points from the combination of landmark research projects and vast clinical expertise.