ECOSEP SPORTS REHAB COURSE 12-13 MAY 2012 - 11-12 MAY 2013 - Σάββατο, 12 Μάι 2012
2ND Congress European College of Sport & Exercise Physicians 12TH Annual Scientific Conference in SEM QMUL CSEM - Δευτέρα, 25 Οκτ 2010
European College of Sports medicine and Exercise Physicians
2ND Congress European College of Sport & Exercise Physicians
12TH Annual Scientific Conference in SEM QMUL CSEM
Queen Mary ,Skeels Lecture Theatre
9th – 11th September 2010 London
5th ECOSEP 2010 Sports rehab course lower Limp - Πέμπτη, 20 Μάι 2010
5th ECOSEP 2010 Sports rehab course lower Limp
Η θεραπεία laser αποτελεί μια ακίνδυνη και χωρίς πόνο θεραπευτική μέθοδο με την οποία μπορούμε να αντιμετωπίσουμε όχι μόνο τον απλό καθημερινό πόνο αλλά και τα πολύ σοβαρά προβλήματα του ασθενούς σε αρθρώσεις, μύες, τένοντες κ.λ.α. παθήσεις.
An innovative treatment, for Musculoskeletal Pathologies , PRP uses your own blood for healing muscle, tendon and ligament injuries.
A common form of healing is scarring which affects function . Most of the Current therapies treating sports Injuries do not change the intrinsically poor healing properties. Given this situation, biologically based strategies involving the stimulation of cell activities through the delivery of Growth Factors have attracted considerable interest.
Platelet Rich Plasma is derived by placing a small amount of your blood in a filtration system which separates red blood cells from platelets. The high concentration of platelets (containing a high level of Growth Factor) is then injected into the injured tissue which initiates the body’s natural healing response.
At European SportsCare, Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ECSWT) is available for the treatment of musculoskeletal softtissue pathology such as Tendon, Ligament, Muscle and bone. Shockwave Therapy is a non-invasive treatment provided by fully trained Consultants providing this treatment for more than 15 years. It is available as an out-patient treatment in one of our comfortable consultation rooms at 68 Harley Street.
Τενοντοπάθεια των προσαγωγών, Τενοντοπάθεια του λαγονοψοίτη, Τενοντοπάθεια του ορθού κοιλιακου, Κάταγμα εκ κοπώσεως του ηβικού οστού, Κάταγμα εκ κοπώσεως του αυχένα του μηριαίου, Τραυματικη Ηβική osteitis, Βουβωνοκήλη, Κήλη των αθλητών, Παγίδευση του θυρεοειδούς νεύρου
Verhaar Br. J. Sports Med. 2009;43;347-351
Objective: To compare long term outcome of highly active patients with anterior cruciate ligament ruptures treated operatively versus non-operatively.Design: We reviewed high level athletes with an anterior cruciate ligament rupture on either MRI or arthroscopic evaluation more than 10 years previously, who were treated conservatively. They were pair-matched with
patients who had had an anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with bone-patella-tendon-bone, with respect to age, gender and Tegner activity score before injury.Participants: In total 50 patients were pair-matched.Results: We found no statistical difference between the patients treated conservatively or operatively with respectto osteoarthritis or meniscal lesions of the knee, as wellas activity level, objective and subjective functional outcome. The patients who were treated operatively had a significantly better stability of the knee at examination.conclusion: We conclude that the instability repair using a bone-patella-tendon-bone anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction is a good knee stabilising operation. Both treatment options however show similar patient outcome at 10 year follow up.
D E Meuffels, M M Favejee, M M Vissers, M P Heijboer, M Reijman and J A N
The ability to recognize the ACL deficient knee is lacking, even among orthopaedic surgeons. The history of an acute ACL tear is remarkably constant, because the injury is often non contact, and patients usually report a twist on the flexed knee, turning to the same side as the injured knee, although hyperextension or direct injury is the cause in some sports. Patients often remember a loud pop, but, because there are no nociceptors in the ACL, pain is not an immediate feature in the isolated lesion. Players may attempt to continue to play, but they usually stop because the knee feels insecure. Pain ensues in association with a hemarthrosis: 70% of acute hemarthroses of the knee are associated with a tear of the ACL. The diagnosis must be confirmed before treatment is offered.