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KINVENT Webinar #1
Assessment, follow-up and monitoring of over-solicitation pathologies
In physiotherapy, many inflammatory or mechanical pathologies are related to an overload of the body or part of the patient’s body.
The challenge for a physiotherapist is to be precise and efficient in following the delivery of the treatment.
01:41:00 / Paulin Mitev / French
KINVENT Webinar #3
Following an anatomical, physiological and biomechanical reminder, I will present the different types of hamstring muscle injuries. I will then discuss the risk factors for injury and the importance of objective testing in the monitoring of rehabilitation.
01:32:56 / Maxime Gonguet / French
KINVENT Webinar #5
The Cervical Spine
The cervical rachis is an anatomical structure that is highly exposed in combat sports, both individual and collective. In rugby, prevention is central to our practice. With Laurent DELBOULBES, professional rugby player, we will share our…
01:05:31 / Loic Arnoul / French
KINVENT Webinar #7
Techniques for simple and rapid assessment of lower limb muscle strength
In this webinar, I will introduce you to the general principles of manual dynamometer force measurement applied to the lower limbs.
I will address the following questions:
– Why evaluate isometric concentric maximum contraction?
– In which context and on which population does this type of measurement apply (healthy or pre-operative, fatigue indicator, team screening)?
– Why is it important to monitor changes in strength during rehabilitation?
I will continue with a review of the measurement positions Operator/Subject applied to lower limb strength measurement and for several pathologies (with practicality and reproducibility as criteria).
01:29:27 / François Kerguillec / French
KINVENT Webinar #9
Rotator cuff strength ratios: what they can tell us about the sporting and non sporting shoulder
This webinar will explore the evidence base around rotator cuff strength ratios in athletic and non athletic populations.
During the webinar it will be discussed their use as diagnostic tools, the Return-To-Play decision making aids, as well as how ratios can be impacted through therapeutic exercises programs. Several case studies will also be presented where cuff ratios have been used as part of the decision making process.
01:45:30 / Kieron Phillips / English
KINVENT Webinar #2
Monitoring and prevention of sportsman’s injuries by force measurement with dynamometers
For this webinar, I will discuss the additional contribution that a dynamometer can have in measuring a sportsman’s state of fitness and in the individualization of his program to prevent and limit injuries.
01:13:00 / Paulin Mitev / French
KINVENT Webinar #4
Post cruciate ligament rupture management
– Anatomical and biomechanical recall of the knee I will then discuss the following
– Intrinsic factors in the risk of ACL rupture.
– The different phases of ACL rehabilitation.
– The importance of objective testing…
01:43:08 / Paulin Mitev / French
KINVENT Webinar #6
The evaluation and monitoring of the rehabilitation of the athlete’s unstable shoulder
Following an anatomical, physiological and biomechanical reminder, I will present the different mechanisms of shoulder instability (chronic or traumatic). I will then discuss the various shoulder surgeries and relate them to rehabilitation and the decision to return to play. I will present specific tools and tests to quantify strength and amplitude. I will share with you my experience in using these indicators in the orientation of rehabilitation and return to sport.
01:43:08 / Maxime Gonguet / French
KINVENT Webinar #8
Achilles Tendonopathy: The Clinical Journey
Like all clinical entities, our understanding and management of Achilles tendonopathy is ever changing. The clinical journey we undertake with patients can have many challenges so understanding and monitoring patient-reported, and objective change, can provide clarity to the clinician and confidence to the patient.
02:01:28 / Kenny Watt / English
KINVENT Webinar #10
Management of Anterior Knee Pain with Blood Flow Restriction
This webinar will explore the underlying mechanisms of blood flow restriction training and the current evidence of its efficacy and effectiveness in the anterior knee pain population. We will also discuss how dynamometers and force plates can be a useful outcome measure in your clinical practice when using blood flow restriction training on your patients.
01:40:37 / Timothy Lye / English