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    Physical Therapist

    Rehab 173-175

    Tendinopathy of the Extensor Apparatus of the Knee, Fractures in the Growing Knee in Children and Adolescents, Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries


    Tendinopathy of the Extensor Apparatus of the Knee


    • Define and differentiate tendinopathies of the extensor apparatus of the knee
    • Become familiar with Osgood-Schlatter lesions including diagosis, imaging, differential diagnosis and management
    • Describe the conservative and surgical management of patellar and quadriceps tendinopathy
    • Outline a therapy protocol for patellar tendonitis
    • Become familiar with conditions that cause anterior knee pain in children

    Fractures in the Growing Knee in Children and Adolescents


    • Describe the anatomy, physiology and biomechanics of the growing knee
    • Review examination techniques of the injured immature knee
    • Describe and differentiate specific fractures of the knee including their management, complications and outcomes
    • Outline and define imaging techniques
    • Become familiar with surgical techniques for fractures in the growing knee

    Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries


    • Review anatomy and biomechanics of the ACL
    • Explore risk factors and injury patterns for the ACL
    • Become familiar with treatment options and outcomes for ACL repair
    • Describe various surgical techniques for ACL reconstruction
    • Outline postop rehabilitation protocols and discuss outcomes following ACL surgery

    Rocco Labbadia, RPT

    Downloadable Course in PDF

    $108.00 USD

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