Objective measurements provide insights to help guide athlete training
Join this webinar to see how Dr. Kevin Robinson from Belmont University uses preseason screening to identify athletes at-risk for injury.
Dr. Robinson will discuss:
the preseason screen he uses with his athletes
what he looks for in the data
the pathomechanics of the athletes that incurred an injury
Dr. Kevin Robinson, PT, DSc, OCS is a tenured Professor in the School of Physical Therapy at Belmont University. Since 1998, he has taught in the areas of orthopedics and biomechanics and is the Director of the Motion Analysis Lab for the program. Dr. Robinson has over 30 years of clinical experience with the management of orthopedic and sports injuries and has number peer-reviewed publications and book chapters. Currently, part of his research work focuses on being able to reduce the number and severity of lower extremity injuries during season for athletes by performing pre-season testing (3D motion analysis, balance and strength assessments) to build a predictive algorithm to determine injury risk.
Wednesday, July 17th 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. MST
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