Course Introduction
14:00
Course Introduction
Team Physician: Duties and Skills
14:20
Working as a team physician – challenges and strategies
14:35
Preparing Medical Team for a trip
14:50
What they don´t teach you in medical school
15:05
Q&A
Preparticipation Exam
15:15
The preparticipation physical evaluation
15:30
Sudden cardiac death of athletes
15:45
The athlete´s heart
16:00
Imaging in sport and exercise medicine
16:15
Q&A
16:30
Coffee-Break
Preseason Performance Tests
17:00
What and how we do with our players?
17:30
Isokinetic Medical Group Know-How
17:45
Q&A
Preventing Sports Injuries
18:00
Epidemiology of sports injuries: evidenced-based figures through time
18:30
Primary and secondary prevention
19:00
Biomechanics contribution for injuries prevention
19:15
Q&A
19:30
End of the day
20:00
Welcome drink: PORTO DE HONRA
Knee Injuries
08:30
Physical examination – how should it be done?
08:45
ACL injuries in the elite athlete – is it always surgical?
09:00
Psychological readiness to return to sports: when is the athlete ready?
09:15
What you need to know about sports knee injuries imaging
09:30
Cartilage and meniscal injuries: treatment algorithm
09:45
Children and adolescent knee: specificities of medical management
10:15
Q&A
10:30
Coffee-Break
Fieldside Assessment and Medical Emergencies
11:00
When screening is not enough – the role of emergency preparedness/arena safety
11:20
Medical emergencies: be prepared
11:40
Q&A
Lower Leg Injuries and daunting rarities
12:00
Which you can´t afford to miss
12:20
Rare but severe lesions in the knee: case-reports
12:40
Q&A
13:00
Lunch
Ankle and Foot Injuries
14:30
Physical examination – how should it be done?
14:45
Common injuries: bone, ligament and tendons
15:15
Cartilage injuries: from the cradle to the grave
15:45
Q&A
16:10
Coffee-Break
Muscle Injuries
16:40
Primary and secondary prevention of muscle injuries
16:55
Hamstring injuries: Optimal treatment
17:10
The adaptation of tendon to (over)load
17:25
Tendinopathy: novel approaches to the treatment
17:40
Classical pharmacological and biological treatments: effective vs non-effective options
20:00
End of the day
Shoulder, Elbow, and Hand Injuries
08:30
Physical examination – how should it be done?
08:50
Shoulder injuries in the Overhead Athlete
09:10
Shoulder dislocation: acute and chronic medical management
09:30
What you can´t miss in the elbow and in the hand
09:50
The roll of new technology in shoulder rehabilitation
10:10
Q&A
10:30
Coffee-Break
Populações Especiais
11:00
Medical challenges of the athlete with impairment – developing practical solutions
11:20
Children and adolescents: what should concern us?
11:40
Q&A
Medical Conditions
12:00
Dermatologic injuries and diseases in the athlete – how to deal with it
12:15
Illness prevention in the athletes – who is in risk, how to prevent and legal issues
12:30
When breathing is the challenge – managing the elite athlete with respiratory problems
12:45
Q&A
13:00
Lunch
Sports Nutrition
14:30
Supplements – which ones are safe and really boost your performance?
15:00
The role of nutrition in the injury recovery and how do I plan in my professional team
15:30
Nutrition in a youth football school - FC Porto, Dragon Force Project
15:45
Q&A
16:00
Coffee-Break
Doping
16:30
Biological Passport and Legal Aspects of Sports
16:50
Performance enhancement, myths, cheating and associated risks
17:10
Q&A
Exercise Physiology and Special Conditions
17:30
Physiological response to exercise and Bioenergetics
17:50
VO2máx – its Concept and Role in Sports Medicine
18:10
Training and competition under extreme climatic conditions. How to protect your athletes
18:30
Improving team-sport player´s physical performance with altitude training: From beliefs to scientific evidence
18:50
How can the Physiologist help the team physician?
19:10
Q&A
20:00
End of the day
Hip and Pelvis, and Spine Injuries
08:30
Hip and pelvis anatomy and biomechanics – what do we need to know?
08:40
Physical examination and injuries – clinical rationale in different sports
09:10
Groin injuries – differential diagnosis and treatment (sports hernia)
09:25
Groin injuries – differential diagnosis and treatment (doha agreement)
09:40
Sports-related spine injuries – medical management algorithm
10:00
Q&A
10:20
Coffee-Break
Head and Neck Injuries
10:50
Physical examination – how should it be done?
11:05
Managing concussions in sports
11:20
Oral health, facial injuries prevention and management
11:40
Q&A
Overuse injuries
11:55
Upper limp dominant sports – overuse injuries
12:15
Lower limb dominant sports – overuse injuries
12:35
Q&A
13:00
Lunch
Rehabilitation and Performance
14:00
Load Monitoring: Concepts and Updates
14:20
Therapeutic modalities in rehabilitation – best evidence-based options?
14:40
Lower limb muscle injuries rehabilitation
15:00
Strength and power (re)conditioning
15:20
Return to play after ACLR – time or criteria
15:40
Q&A
16:00
Coffee-Break
19:30
End of the day / End of the COURSE
20:30
Farewell Dinner: DOURO RIVER SIDE
WORKSHOP 1
18:20
Fieldside Assessment and Medical Emergencies
Workshop 2
16:30
Muscle injuries: USG
Workshop 3
17:30
Best practice in data collection and analysis (GPS Tracking)

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