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Sport Specific Training

A Concusion Health Summit Lecture Series | Audio Lecture 19: Provides sport-specific activities to address impairments post-concussion and optimize performance.

Description

Sport Specific Training audio lecture provides examples of sport-specific activities not only to address impairments post-concussion but to optimize athletic performance. It focuses on the step wise approach i.e. dual task strategies, pencil push ups, combination oculomotor & cervicogenic, brock string, saccades, smooth pursuits or visual motion sensitivity, oculomotor exercise progression, reaction time training with cognitive activation, sports reaction time, reaction time in rehab, sports specific activities, cognitive activation of reaction.


Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Determine deficits, profiles, and subtypes to guide treatment
  • Discuss the justification for early treatment
  • Describe the step wise approach i.e. dual task strategies, pencil push ups, combination oculomotor & cervicogenic, brock string, saccades, smooth pursuits or visual motion sensitivity, oculomotor exercise progression, reaction time training with cognitive activation, sports reaction time, reaction time in rehab, sports specific activities, cognitive activation of reaction.

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Course Curriculum


  A Concussion Health Summit Lecture Series | Audio Lecture 19 with Handout
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Your Instructor


Randy Cohen, ATC, DPT
Randy Cohen, ATC, DPT

Randy Cohen, ATC, DPT has been Associate Athletics Director for Medical Services at the University of Arizona since 2001. Before coming to Arizona Randy worked at Purdue University & University of Notre Dame. Randy has a degree in athletic training from Purdue University, a degree in physical therapy from the University of Illinois- Chicago and a doctorate of physical therapy from Simmons College. He is the former Chair of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) College and University Athletic Training Committee. He is the Chair for NATA Risk Management and Liability Assessment Toolkit workgroup. Randy has given numerous presentation to the risk management and insurance association on managing concussions on college campuses along with numerous presentation on the treatment of concussions. Randy was participant at the 2015 UPMC/NFL Targeted Evaluation & Active Management (TEAM) Approach to Treating Concussions.


Frequently Asked Questions


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