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Diagnosis and Management of lower limb tendinopathies

Tendinopathy, the clinical syndrome of pain and dysfunction in a tendon, is a source of concern in recreational and competitive athletes, and its management represents a challenge to clinicians and therapists. Within this 2-day course, we will present current scientific and practical information related to:
1) tendon pathology, pain and functional/movement deficits associated with lower limb tendinopathies;
2) diagnosis and assessment of common lower limb tendinopathies;
3) manual and dry-needling approach to pain management and;
4) rehabilitation strategies for common lower limb tendinopathies based on kinetic chain concept. Focus will be on mastering clinical skills related to diagnosis, functional assessment and management of commonly injured tendons in the lower limbs, including Achilles, patellar, gluteal and hamstring tendons.


Accreditatie KNGF: in aanvraag voor algemeen practicus en sportfysiotherapie 
Deze cursus is geschikt voor (sport)fysiotherapeuten, manueel therapeuten, chiropractoren.
 

 

 

Learning Objectives:

General:

Understand the tendon structure, function, mechanical properties and adaptation
Understand the latest research relating to the pathology, pain and tendinopathy risk factors, and how this knowledge applies to management of tendinopathies
Understand the latest research relating to diagnosis and treatment of common lower limb tendinopathies

Specific:
Perform accurate and objective diagnosis of common lower limb tendinopathies
Identify and retrain functional and kinetic chain deficits related to common lower limb tendinopathies
Plan and execute comprehensive, evidence based pain management and rehabilitation strategies for common lower limb tendinopathies
Educate patients

Course Schedule:
Day 1:
Morning:

Tendon structure, function, mechanical properties & adaptation
Tendon pathology & pain
Lower limb tendinopathy epidemiology & risk factors

Afternoon:
Diagnosis, assessment and management of Achilles tendinopathy:

  • diagnosis & functional assessment
  • manual therapy & dry needling for pain management
  • planning rehabilitation phases
  • exercise selection & progressions
  • patient education

Day 2:
Morning:
Diagnosis, assessment and management of Patellar tendinopathy

  • diagnosis & functional assessment manual therapy & dry needling for pain management
  • planning rehabilitation phases
  • exercise selection & progressions
  • patient education

Afternoon:
Diagnosis, assessment and management of gluteal tendinopathy:

  • diagnosis & functional assessment
  • manual therapy & dry needling for pain management
  • planning rehabilitation phases
  • exercise selection & progressions
  • patient education

Diagnosis, assessment and management of hamstrings tendinopathy:

  • diagnosis & functional assessment
  • manual therapy & dry needling for pain management
  • planning rehabilitation phases
  • exercise selection & progressions
  • patient education

Location of the course: HumanMotion BV

Klaaskampen 19C
1251KN Laren
020-7162741
 

 

Recommendations to stay during the course:

 

  • BED & BREAKFAST HET HOF VAN LAREN 

Less than 300 meters from our office we have a nice Bed&Breakfast called: Het Hof van Laren.
For more information go to: www.hethofvanlaren.nl 
 
 
  • HOTEL DE WITTE BERGEN IN EEMNES

Hotel de Witte Bergen in Eemnes is for some courses HumanMotion does in the Netherlands; it is 5 minutes away (by car) from our office.
www.hoteldewittebergen.nl

Amsterdam, is only 35 kilometres from the hotel. Amersfoort and Utrecht are only 20 kilometres away. The airport is 48 kilometers from the hotel.


HOW TO TRAVEL:

From the Airport / Amsterdam city center.
We advise to travel by train from Schiphol airport to Hilversum and get a taxi from the trainstation Hilversum to Klaaskampen 19C. Total cost would be around: (1 way) € 10,00 for the train from Schiphol to Hilversum and approximately € 22,50 for the taxi from train station Hilversum to our location (all prices are estimated prices)

the phone number to make a taxi reservation is: +31 35 531 8080 (taxi Eemnes) Mostly there are also taxi’s on the station as well you can ask them for their rates.

You can by your train ticket at the train stations

 

Dr. Mark Scappaticci

Dr. Scappaticci has 25 years of needling experience and is the originator of Functional Integrated Needling – A Biomedical Approach. He manages recovery and performance optimization for top p ... 

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Dr. Scappaticci has 25 years of needling experience and is the originator of Functional Integrated Needling – A Biomedical Approach. He manages recovery and performance optimization for top professional and amateur athletes from around the world. The list of athletes he has treated includes top performers from the National Hockey League, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, and the Canadian Football League as well as Olympic and World Championship track and field athletes. Dr Scappaticci is a doctor of chiropractic medicine with a fellowship in Sports Sciences, a certified provider of active release techniques, medical acupuncture and dry needling and other sports-therapy approaches. A highly sought-after instructor, Dr. Scappaticci emphasizes the development of deep understanding of root-causes and underlying neurophysiology and neuroanatomy and extensive and repeated practice to ensure student mastery and the ability to immediately apply new treatment skills with patients.Dr. Scappaticci has 25 years of needling experience and is the originator of Functional Integrated Needling – A Biomedical Approach. He manages recovery and performance optimization for top professional and amateur athletes from around the world. The list of athletes he has treated includes top performers from the National Hockey League, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, and the Canadian Football League as well as Olympic and World Championship track and field athletes. Dr Scappaticci is a doctor of chiropractic medicine with a fellowship in Sports Sciences, a certified provider of active release techniques, medical acupuncture and dry needling and other sports-therapy approaches. A highly sought-after instructor, Dr. Scappaticci emphasizes the development of deep understanding of root-causes and underlying neurophysiology and neuroanatomy and extensive and repeated practice to ensure student mastery and the ability to immediately apply new treatment skills with patients.


Ph.D. Goran Markovic

Dr. Goran Markovic (1975) is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at the School of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb, Croatia, where he heads the Laboratory for Motor Control and Human Performance ...

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Dr. Goran Markovic (1975) is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at the School of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb, Croatia, where he heads the Laboratory for Motor Control and Human Performance. He teaches Motor Control and Strength & Conditioning at undergraduate and graduate levels. He obtained MEd (1999), MSc (2002) and PhD (2004) degrees in Kinesiology from University of Zagreb, Croatia. He obtained post-doctoral training in Motor Control at the University of Delaware (2006-2007). He also obtained BSc in Kinesiotherapy from University of Split. His primary research interests include neuromuscular and mechanical aspects of human movement and performance, acute and chronic adaptation to exercise training and disuse, and optimizing sports performance. Within these areas, he has (co)-authored > 50 papers in leading international journals and 3 book chapters. He serves as member of the Editorial board of 3 journals, and as a reviewer for more than 20 international journals in the area of sports sciences and sports medicine. He gave lectures and talks at more than 30 international professional meetings and seminars.

Since 1999, Dr. Markovic works as a performance & rehab specialist at National and International levels. He worked with (or consulted) numerous national- and international-level athletes or teams in several sports including taekwondo, football, volleyball, basketball, and tennis. In particular, he worked with medal winners at Summer Olympic Games, European and World Championships in Taekwondo, members of the Croatian National Teams, and winners of the National Championship and National Cup in Volleyball (altogether >15 medals won at European / World / Olympic Championships). He is a co-founder and director of “Motus Melior” Sports & Rehabilitation Center - a unique institution in Croatia devoted to sports performance enhancement & injury prevention and rehabilitation.

List of scientific papers published in peer-reviewed international publications:

Trninić, S., Marković, G., Heimer, S. (2001). Effects of developmental training of basketball cadets realised in the competitive period. Collegium Antropologicum, 25(2): 591-604.

Metikoš, D., Marković, G., Prot, F., Jukić, I. (2003).  Latent structure of agility obtained by a battery of tests. Kinesiology, 35(1):14-29.
Markovic, G., Jaric, S. (2004). Movement performance and body size: the relationship for different groups of tests. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 92(1-2): 139-149.
Marković, G., Dizdar, D., Jukić, I., Cardinale, M. (2004). Reliability and validity of squat and countermovement jump tests. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 18(3): 551-555.
Nevill, A.M., Markovic, G., Vucetic, V., Holder, R. (2004). Can greater muscularity in larger individuals resolve the 3/4 power-low controversy when modelling maximum oxygen uptake? Annals of Human Biology, 31(4): 436-445.
Marković, G., Jukić, I., Milanović, D., Metikoš, D. (2005). Effects of sprint and plyometric training on morphological characteristics in physically active men. Kinesiology, 37(1): 32-39.
Jaric, S., Mirkov, D., Marković, G. (2005). Normalizing physical performance tests for body size: a proposal for standardization. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 19(2): 467-474.
Marković, G., Mišigoj-Duraković, M., Trninić, S. (2005). Fitness profile of elite Croatian taekwondo athletes. Collegium Antropologicum, 29(1): 93-99.
Marković, G., Mirkov, D., Jaric, S. (2005). Maximum exercise performance and body size: In: Trends in Exercise and Health Research. Swan, Rachel L (Ed.). Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc, str: 167-186.
Marković, G., Jaric, S. (2005). Scaling of muscle power to body size: effect of stretch-shortening cycle. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 95(1): 11-19.
Sekulić, D., Zenić, N., Marković, G. (2005). Non linear relationships between anthropometric and motor-endurance variables. Collegium Antropologicum, 29(2): 733-738.
Nevill, A.M., Holder, R., Marković, G. (2006). Scaling maximum oxygen uptake using lower leg muscle volume provides further insight into the pitfalls of whole body-mass power laws. Journal of Applied Physiology, 101(3): 1006-1007.
Marković, G. (2006). Moderate relationship between isoinertial muscle strength and ballistic movement performance. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 50(4): 239-248.
Marković, G., Dizdar, D., Jaric, S. (2006). Evaluation of tests of maximum kicking performance. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 46(2): 215-220.
Harasin, D., Dizdar, D., Marković, G. (2006). High reliability of tests of maximum throwing performance. Journal of Human Movement Studies, 51(1): 63-76.
Marković, G., Sekulić, D. (2006). Modelling the influence of body size on weightlifting and powerlifting performance. Collegium Antropologicum, 30(3): 607-613.
Marković, G. (2007). Does plyometric training improve vertical jump height? A meta-analytical review. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 41(6): 349-355.
Marković, G., Jukić, I., Milanović, D., Metikoš, D. (2007). Effects of sprint and plyometric training on muscle function and athletic performance. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 21(2): 543-549.
Marković, G., Vučetić, V. Nevill, A.M. (2007). Scaling behaviour of metabolic rate in athletes and untrained individuals. Annals of Human Biology, 34(3):315-328.
Marković, G., Jarić, S. (2007). Is vertical jump height a body size independent measure of muscle power? Journal of Sports Sciences, 25(12): 1355-1363.
Marković, G. (2007). Poor relationship between strength and power qualities and agility performance. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 47(3): 276-283.
Marković, G., Jarić, S. (2007). Positive and negative loading and mechanical output in maximum vertical jumping. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39(10): 1757-1764.
Marković, G., Sekulić, D., Marković, M. (2007). Is agility related to muscle strength and power? Analysis in latent space. Collegium Antropologicum, 31(3): 787-794.
Šentija, D., Vučetić, V. Marković, G. (2007). Validity of the modified Conconi running test. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 28(12): 1006-1011.
de Freitas, P.B., Marković, G., Krishnan, V., Jaric, S. (2008). Force coordination in static manipulation: Discerning the contribution of muscle synergies and cutaneous afferents. Neuroscience Letters, 434 (2): 234-239.
Marković, G., Vučetić, V., Cardinale, M. (2008). Heart rate and lactate responses to taekwondo fight in elite women performers. Biology of Sport, 25 (2): 135-146.
Marković, G., Šimek, S., Bradić, A. (2008). Are acute effects of maximal dynamic contractions on upper-body ballistic performance load specific? Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 22 (6): 1811-1815.
Jarić, S., Marković, G. (2009). Leg muscles design: The maximum dynamic output hypothesis. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41 (4): 780-787.
Bradić, A., Bradić, J., Pašalić, E., Marković, G. (2009). Isokinetic leg strength profile of elite male basketball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 23 (4): 1332-1337.
Mikulić, P., Ružić, L., Marković, G. (2009). Evaluation of specific anaerobic power in 12-14-year-old male rowers. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12 (6): 662-666.
Marković, G., Mikulić, P. (2009). Plyometric training effects on muscle function and rapid movement performance: A review. In: Advances in Strength and Conditioning Research. Duncan, Michael and Lyons, Mark (Eds.). Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc, str: 155-179.
Šentija, D., Marković, G. (2009). The relationship between gait transition speed and the aerobic thresholds for walking and running. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 30 (11): 795-801.
Šarabon, N., Mlaker, B., Marković, G. (2010). A novel tool for the assessment of dynamic balance in healthy individuals. Gait and Posture, 31 (2): 261-264.
Ostojić, S.M., Marković, G., Calleja-Gonzalez, J., Jakovljević, D.G., Vucetić, V., Stojanović, M.D. (2010). Ultra short-term heart rate recovery after maximal exercise in continuous versus intermittent endurance athletes. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 108 (5): 1055-1059.
Hadžić, V., Sattler, T., Marković, G., Veselko, M., Dervišević, E. (2010). The isokinetic strength profile of quadriceps and hamstrings in elite volleyball players. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 18 (1): 31-37.
Marković, G., Mikulić, P. (2010). Neuro-musculoskeletal and performance adaptations to lower-extremity plyometric training. Sports Medicine, 40 (10): 859-895.
Mikulić, P., Emersić, D., Marković, G. (2010). Reliability and discriminative ability of a modified Wingate rowing test in 12- to 18-year-old rowers. Journal of Sports Sciences, 28 (13): 1409-1414.
Rošker, J., Marković, G., Šarabon, N. (2011). Effects of vertical center of mass redistribution on body sway parameters during quiet standing. Gait and Posture, 33 (3): 452-456.
Šalaj, S., Marković, G. (2011). Specificity of jumping, sprinting and quick change-of-direction motor abilities. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25 (5): 1249-1255.
Markovic, G., Vuk, S., Jaric, S. (2011). Effects of jump training with negative positive versus positive loading on jumping mechanics. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 32(5): 365-372.
Mikulić, P., Marković, G. (2011). Age- and gender-associated variation in maximal-intensity exercise performance in adolescent rowers. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 32(5): 373-378.
Marković, G., Mikulić, P. Discriminative ability of the Yo-Yo intermittent recovery test (level I) in prospective young soccer players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25(10):2931-2934.
Vuk, S., Marković, G., Jarić, S. External loading and maximum dynamic output in vertical jumping: the role of training history. Human Movement Science, 31(1):139-151.
Sorić, M., Mikulić, P., Misigoj-Duraković, M., Ruzić, L., Marković, G. Validation of the Sensewear Armband during recreational in-line skating. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 112(3):1183-1188.
Fonda, B., Panjan, A., Marković, G., Šarabon, N. (2011). Adjusted saddle position counteracts the modified muscle activation patterns in uphill cycling. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 21(5):854-860.
Orepić, P., Mikulić, P., Sorić, M., Ruzić, L., Marković, G. Acute physiological responses to recreational in-line skating in young adults. European Journal of Sport Science, in press.
Šarabon, N., Fonda, B., Marković, G. (2011). Change of muscle activation patterns in uphill cycling of varying slope. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 112(7): 2615-2623.
Mikulić, P., Blažina, T., Nevill, A.M., Marković, G. (2012). Modeling Longitudinal Changes in Maximal-Intensity Exercise Performance in Young Male Rowing Athletes. Pediatric Exercise Science, 24: 187-198.
Šimić, L., Šarabon, N., Marković, G. (2013). Does pre-exercise static stretching inhibit maximal muscular performance? A meta-analytical review. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, 23: 131-148.
Pažin, N., Berjan, B., Nedeljković, A., Marković, G., Jarić, S. (2013). Power output in vertical jumps: does optimum loading depend on activity profiles? European Journal of Applied Physiology, 113: 577-589.
Šarabon, N., Marković, G., Mikulić, P., Latash, M.L. (2013). Bilateral synergies in foot force production tasks. Experimental Brain Research, 227(1): 121-130.
Suzović, D., Marković, G., Pašić, M., Jarić. S. (2013). Optimum Load in Various Vertical Jumps Support the Maximum Dynamic Output Hypothesis. International Journal of Sports Medicine, In press.

 

 


Prijs€ 525,00
Inclusief syllabus. Een lunch wordt geserveerd.
Ontvangsttijd30-11-2019 om 08:30
01-12-2019 om 08:30
Start30-11-2019 om 09:00
01-12-2019 om 09:00
Eindtijd30-11-2019 om 17:00
01-12-2019 om 17:00
LocatieLaren (Nh)
Expert(s)Dr. Mark Scappaticci
Ph.D. Goran Markovic
Didactische werkwijzeTheorie en Praktijk, zonder toetsing
Algemene voorwaardenAlgemene voorwaarden
LeidingJasper Smeenge
Contacturen13
Min-max deelnemers10-24
Duur2 dag(en)