Great Lakes Analytics in Sports Conference
Bellin Health Movement Performance Lab
Using Quantitative Data to Make
Return to Sport Decisions and Prevent Injuries
Advances in technology have improved a clinician's ability to assess, treat and possibly even prevent injuries. This presentation will include case studies from Bellin Health's Movement Performance Lab of using quantitative findings from motion capture and quantitative strength testing to make return to sport decisions. It will also include case studies with use of performance and prevention tests to assist in team injury prevention. Attendees will learn how to assess and quantify hip stability, pelvic stability, trunk stability, shock absorption and hip strategy; how to use multiple quantitative findings to make safe return to sport and injury prevention decisions; and how to use basic video capture to improve these decisions.
Charlie DeCleene is a physical therapist with the Bellin Health Movement Performance Lab, practicing in Wisconsin for 12 years. He has received advanced training in the use of technology to assess and treat lower extremity injuries at the Movement Performance Institute in Los Angeles with Dr. Chris Powers. His passion is improving return to sport standards and decreasing re-injury rates.
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