Sunday, November 10, 2019
Seminar Registration CLOSED
11:00 am-3:00 pm
Join us from anywhere for a day of celebration and CEUs
All seminar and LIVE webinar registrations include:
3.5 Category A CEUs*
1 EBP CEU
Join us in Norwood for:
Delicious, deluxe brunch
Raffle ticket for prizes
Anniversary party with hors d'oeuvres, dessert and a free drink ticket
More fun surprises
Schedule (All times EST):
Registration/Brunch: 10:00am (Seminar Only)
Heat Illness and Hydration: 11:00am
Motor Imagery and Balance: 12:15pm
Mid Meeting Snack/Games: 1:20pm (Seminar Only)
Stress Reduction in ATs: 2:00pm
Reception/Cocktails: 3:00pm (Seminar Only)
Heat Illness and Hydration
Kevin Galinat, MS, ATC
1 EBP CEU
This will be a discussion of heat illness as a condition, recognition in the heated athlete, and the most effective methods of treatment: cool first! Subsequent discussion of methods of prevention, including educational cues on assessment of hydration status in the heated athlete. Upon completion of this lecture, participants will be able to recognize heat illness in a heated athlete, effectively treat an athlete with heat illness, and educate athletes on assessment of hydration status and the importance of fluid balance.
The Effects of Motor Imagery on Functional Postural Balance
Katie Delude, MS, ATC, LAT, CES
1 Category A CEU
Athletic trainers always strive for cost-effective ways to improve their patient outcomes. In this lecture, participants will learn to incorporate motor imagery into their rehabilitation practices. Audio and visual practices can statistically trend in the positive direction for physical movement, and are a risk-free method that does not require extra time or money to implement. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to define kinesthetic and visual imagery, explain the purposes of the two types, choose the appropriate imagery for the task in question, and explain the functional equivalence of the neurological benefits.
Stress Reduction in Athletic Trainers
Donavin Andrews, LAT, ATC
1 Category A CEU
Athletic trainers can typically experience high levels of stress in their professional lives. In this lecture, we will analyze types of stress often experienced by athletic trainers, and assess methods for measuring different types of stress. Participants will understand how athletic trainers feel when they are experiencing stressful situations, and learn to create effective stress management coping methods.
*All participants will receive a coupon code for a FREE home study, courtesy of HawkGrips, worth 1.5 Category A CEUs
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Participants have until Friday November 1, 2019 to cancel participation with a full refund. If a participant wishes to switch from the live event to the webinar, they will not be refunded the difference. Cancellations after this date will not be refunded.
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