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    Physical Therapist


    Rehab 184

    Leg Pain in the Athlete: Stress Fractures, Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, and External Compartment Syndromes and Tibial Shaft Fractures


    5.0

    Part I: Leg Pain in the Athlete: Stress Fractures, Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, and External Compartment Syndromes

    • Discuss the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and treatment options for stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes
    • Describe the clinical presentation and differential diagnosis that should be performed with stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes
    • Outline and describe nonoperative treatment for stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes
    • Outline and describe postoperative rehab after stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes
    • Review evidenced-based resources for the diagnosis, treatment and management of stress fractures, medial tibial stress syndrome, and external compartment syndromes

    Part II: Tibial Shaft Fractures

    • Discuss the epidemiology, pathophysiology, and treatment options for tibial shaft fractures
    • Describe the clinical presentation and differential diagnosis that should be performed with tibial shaft fractures
    • Outline and describe nonoperative treatment for tibial shaft fractures
    • Outline and describe postoperative rehab after tibial shaft fractures
    • Review evidenced-based resources for the diagnosis, treatment and management of tibial shaft fractures

    Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

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