Monday 1 July 2019

Session 2: Hamstring injuries: Optimal treatment – minimal risk of reinjury

Introduction of two cases illustrating key issues >>> 

Muscle regeneration after injury >>> 
Haydar A. Demirel, Turkey 

Classifying muscle injuries: useless or useful? >>> 
Johannes Tol, The Netherlands/Qatar 

What are the keys to rehabilitation success? >>> 
Rod Whiteley, Qatar 

Predicting prognosis–accurate classification or flawed fortunetelling? >>> 
Johannes Tol, The Netherlands/Qatar 

When everything fails – what is the role of surgery in hamstring injuries? >>> 
Johannes Tol, The Netherlands/Qatar 

Tuesday 2 July 2019

Session 6: Novel approaches to the treatment of tendinopathy – the case of the patellar tendon

Introduction of two cases illustrating key issues >>> 

What is tendinopathy and why does it happen? >>> 
Karim Khan, Canada

The clinical assessment: history, physical examination, load assessment, demand >>> 
Rod Whiteley, Qatar 

Physiotherapy management: First line >>> 
Ben Clarsen, Norway 

Shock wave therapy, platelet-rich plasma or pharmaceutical treatments? >>> 
Johannes Tol, The Netherlands/Qatar 

Does surgery work? >>> 
Hideyuki Koga, Japan

Tuesday 2 July 2019

Session 7: Ankle injuries – when you hear hoof beats, think horse, but don’t forget the zebra

Sideline management of ankle sprains – assessment and initial treatment >>> 
Roald Bahr, Norway/Qatar

High ankle sprains – assessment and treatment >>> 
Johannes Tol, The Netherlands/Qatar

How to return the elite athlete to play after an ankle sprain >>> 
Rod Whiteley, Qatar 

Midfoot sprains – assessment and treatment >>> 
Johannes Tol, The Netherlands/Qatar

Tuesday 2 July 2019

Session 8: Managing concussions in the team setting

Introduction of two cases illustrating key issues >>> 

The 2016 Berlin Concussion Consensus Guidelines – what is new? >>> 
Jiří Dvořák, Switzerland

Acute sideline assessment and the role of the SCAT5 >>> 
Simon Kemp, United Kingdom 

The role of active rehabilitation – taking a targeted approach to therapy >>> 
Margo Mountjoy, Canada

Hands on with the SCAT5 – workshop participation >>> 
Simon Kemp, United Kingdom & Jiří Dvořák, Switzerland

Wednesday 3 July 2019

Session 9: Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S): Clinical approach for the team physician

Introduction of two cases illustrating key issues >>> 

What is RED-S? >>> 
Margo Mountjoy, Canada

Making the diagnosis of RED-S >>> 
Naama Constantini, Israel

Treatment protocols for RED-S >>> 
Kathryn E. Ackerman, USA

Prevention of RED-S >>> 
Jane Moran, Canada

Wednesday 3 July 2019

Session 10: Return to sport: how do we make the best return to play decisions following injury and illness?

Introduction of two cases illustrating key issues >>> 

A decision-based model for return to play in sport >>> 
Roald Bahr, Norway/Qatar 

What is the best practice for medical decision making in return to play following acute illness? >>> 
Martin Schwellnus, South Africa 

Can imaging help make return to play decisions? >>> 
Adam Weir, The Netherlands/Qatar 

How can functional testing help make return to play decisions? >>> 
Rod Whiteley, Qatar 

Wednesday 3 July 2019

Session 11: Risk management: Models, methods and making it happen!

From postseason injury analysis through pre-season screening – risk management in the team setting >>> 
Roald Bahr, Norway/Qatar 

What are the benefits of Periodic Health Evaluations? >>> 
Olaf Schumacher, Qatar 

Functional testing as part of the PHE – Yes or no? >>> 
Rod Whiteley, Qatar