Lower Extremity Functional Testing
A Concusion Health Summit Lecture Series | Audio Lecture 7: Demonstrates lower extremity functional assessments as baseline and return to play criteria.
Lower Extremity Functional Testing audio lecture demonstrates lower extremity functional assessments as baseline and return to play criteria following neuromuscular trauma as well as how to recognize tools utilized for performance.
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
- Understand the concept of lower extremity functional assessments as baseline and return to play criteria following neuromuscular trauma in a physically active individual
- Differentiate systems contributions to lower extremity functional assessment following neuromuscular trauma
- Recognize and differentiate methodological considerations of tools utilized in assessment of lower extremity functional performance
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James Oñate, PhD, ATC, FNATA joined The Ohio State University faculty in January 2010. He is an academic research faculty member and Certified Athletic Trainer clinically interested in all aspects of human movement relative to optimal performance sustainment. He currently serves as an Associate Professor in the Division of Athletic Training and Chair of the Graduate Program in The Ohio State University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. He recently served as a research member of the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee’s for the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and is a Fellow of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. He has been an active member of the youth sports community in central OH as the Vice President of the NeXT Basketball Foundation while also coaching baseball at Olentangy Liberty High School and throughout the Ohio baseball community.