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Sports & the Pediatric Knee Part 1: Injuries & Surgical Interventions

presented by David Piskulic

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Financial— David Piskulic receives compensation from MedBridge for the production of this course. There are no other relevant financial relationships. Nonfinancial— No relevant nonfinancial relationship exists.

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Injury rates in sports among pediatric athletes continue to rise year by year. National attention has even been drawn to our young athletes recently as overuse and traumatic injuries are becoming much more common. Many of these injuries with younger athletes present much differently than injuries with adults and require special attention from a trained medical provider to assist in their injury management. This two-part course, presented by Dr. David Piskulic, will discuss knee injuries associated with pediatric and young adult athletes. Part One of this course series will include a review of pediatric anatomy, overuse and traumatic injuries, and common surgical interventions involved with pediatric treatment and management.

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David Piskulic, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC

David Piskulic, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, is a Pediatric Physical Therapist for St. Louis Children’s Hospital in St. Louis, MO. He received his BS in Exercise Science and Athletic Training at Truman State University in Kirksville, MO and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. He is an NATA board-certified…

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1. Pediatric and Young Athlete Anatomy

This chapter will cover differences in anatomy of pediatric and young adults with implications towards injury. These are important aspects to consider as pediatric injuries will present differently compared to skeletally mature adults.

2. Common Knee Injuries in the Pediatric Athlete

This chapter will discuss common injuries that occur in pediatric and young adult populations.

3. Surgical Interventions in Pediatric Athletes

This chapter will discuss surgical interventions commonly used in pediatric populations. These techniques will vary based on skeletal maturity and growth plate disruption. As a result, various considerations are required by the clinician in treating these patients post-operatively.

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Sports & the Pediatric Knee Part 2: Return to Sports Testing & Rehab

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Sports & the Pediatric Knee Part 2: Return to Sports Testing & Rehab

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As pediatric athletes progress through their rehabilitation, many components of their treatment vary from their adult athlete counterparts. Injuries in these younger athletes present much differently than similar injuries with adults and require special attention from a trained medical provider to assist them back to play. This two-part course, presented by Dr. David Piskulic, will discuss knee injuries associated with pediatric and young adult athletes. Part Two of this course series will cover rehabilitation concepts, current methods of return to sports testing, and injury reduction concepts and methods specific to young athletes with knee injuries.

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