Stephen McCarthy will be joined by Dr. Bill Roberts, Director of the University of Minnesota St. John’s Hospital Family Medicine Residency and the editor-in-chief of Current Sports Medicine Reports, to talk about current and future trends in acl injuries and their prevention in young athletes.
The complete interview will be aired on Feb. 14th, 2014 at 10am CST or visit here to listen to the show
Stephen and Dr. Roberts will be covering the areas of pre and post injury research and trends.
1. The causes of acl injuries and why they occur
2. Concepts or best practices to prevent the occurrence.
3. Post-injury and the collateral damage that should be addressed for rest of each athlete’s life.
4. Why to train the body and brain to work more closely together.
5. Tests and screens to make sure players are ready to actually play.
Here is a link for further research to the FIFA Plus 11 program for prevention and rehab related to acl injuries
Roberts directs the University of Minnesota St. John’s Hospital Family Medicine Residency. He is editor-in-chief of Current Sports Medicine Reports; past president and current foundation president of the American College of Sports Medicine; a charter member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine; a founding member of the American Road Race Medical Society; medical director for the Twin Cities Marathon; and chair of the Minnesota State High School League Sports Medical Advisory Committee. Roberts also blogs on RunnersWorld.com.
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