Cryotherapy for the 21st Century

Presentation:

Cryotherapy for the 21st Century: Updated recommendations, techniques, and outcomes

Fee:

$15 for NATA members/ $25 for non-members
 

Date:

Wednesday,March 5, 2014
 

Time:

11:00am – 12:15pm CST
 

CEUs:

1.00
 

Presenter:

Noelle M Selkow, PhD, ATC
 

Bio:

Dr. Noelle Selkow is an assistant professor within the Athletic Training program at Illinois State University in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation.  She received her Doctoral and Master’s degrees from the University of Virginia in 2011 and 2007 respectively.  She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Mount Union College (now the University of Mount Union) in 2006.  Dr. Selkow’s research interests include the use of cryotherapy for injury, manual therapy, and diagnostic ultrasound for musculoskeletal imaging.
 

Abstract:

Dr. Noelle Selkow is an assistant professor within the Athletic Training program at Illinois State University in the School of Kinesiology and Recreation.  She received her Doctoral and Master’s degrees from the University of Virginia in 2011 and 2007 respectively.  She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Mount Union College (now the University of Mount Union) in 2006.  Dr. Selkow’s research interests include the use of cryotherapy for injury, manual therapy, and diagnostic ultrasound for musculoskeletal imaging.

Clinical Objectives:

At the conclusion of this presentation, the learner will be able to:

  • prescribe cryotherapy treatments based on the intended outcome instead of using a standard treatment time
  • understand why cryotherapy is important in clinical practice, even if the long-standing assumptions of use are questionable.
  • Understand why some of the assumed benefits of cryotherapy, such as changes in blood flow and tissue temperature, may not be accurate

Athletic Training Domain:

  • Immediate and Emergency Care
  • Treatment and Rehabilitation

 

Course Level:

Advanced

 
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