Hip Injuries: Parallels in Manual Therapy for Dancers and Athletes Webinar

Date: 
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 - 11:00 to 12:15
Webinar Fee: 
$15.00 for NATA members / $25.00 for non-members
CEUs: 
1 CEU
Target Audience: 
Athletic Trainers
Presenter
Presenter: 
Erin Chapman, DAT, ATC
Bio: 
Erin Chapman is NATA-BOC certified athletic trainer and licensed in New York State. She obtained her Doctorate of Athletic Training (DAT) through University of Idaho (2016) Masters of Science (MS) from A.T. Still University (2009) and a Bachelors of Science (BS) from Ithaca College in Athletic Training/Exercise Science. Dr. Chapman has worked at The College at Brockport since March 2010 as an Athletic Trainer. Prior to working at The College at Brockport, she worked at The Winchendon School in Winchendon, MA as the Head Athletic Trainer and a biology teacher As an Athletic Trainer, Dr. Chapman assists the Golden Eagles field hockey, women's gymnastics, men's ice hockey and softball athletics teams. Research interests include (1) breathing pattern disorders, (2) manual therapy interventions for musculoskeletal pathologies, and (3) survey development and analysis using SEM.
Presenter: 
Jena Hansen-Honecutt, DAT, ATC
Bio: 
Jena Hansen-Honeycutt is a BOC certified athletic trainer and licensed in Virginia. She obtained her Doctorate of Athletic Training (DAT) through University of Idaho (2016), Masters of Science (MS) from California University of Pennsylvania (2013) and Bachelors of Science (BS) in Athletic Training from University of Idaho (2011). Dr. Hansen-Honeycutt has worked at George Mason University (GMU) since 2016 as an athletic trainer for the School of Dance and as an adjunct professor. Prior to working at GMU, she worked as an athletic trainer at Disneyland, as the Head Athletic Trainer for Eleanor Roosevelt High School in California, and as the Head Athletic Trainer for California Area High School in Pennsylvania. Research interests include (1) dance medicine and science, (2) breathing pattern disorders, (3) manual therapy interventions for musculoskeletal pathologies.
Abstract: 
The dancer is involved in a unique type of physical activity, which is defined as a sport with specific artistic and aesthetic demands. Due to the physical nature of dance; a dancer walks a fine line between being an artist and an athlete. This athleticism allows healthcare professionals to use a systematic approach to tailor treatments for athletic injuries. Identifying the source of musculoskeletal pain and/or dysfunction is essential in selecting the correct manual therapeutic intervention(s). The athletic demands of a dancer, leads us to focus on the specific demands of the femoroacetabular joint and vulnerability to injury.
Athletic Training Domains: 
Domain 2 – Examination, Assessment and Diagnosis
Domain 4 – Therapeutic Intervention
Course Level: 
Advanced
Clinical Objectives: 

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

Participants will be able to recognize the athletic demands of dance versus traditional athletics.
Participants will be able to recognize various sources of a dancer’s pain and/or dysfunction.
Participants will be able to differentiate between manual therapy treatments and implementation in patient care.
Special Instructions: 

You must log in to the PDC to purchase this webinar.  Once logged in go to Course Catalog to find and purchase the webinar.  The time zone for NATA webinars is CST.

 

Registration for this webinar closes at 11:59pm the day before the live date.

Cancellation Policy:

If you’re unable to attend this webinar, please cancel 48 hours prior to the event in order to receive a full refund. Cancellations made less than 48 hours prior will not receive a refund. To cancel 48 hours or more prior to an event, send an email to knowledgeinitiatives@nata.org.