Return to Sport MASTERCLASS for Physical Therapists [Run, Sprint, Agility, Plyometrics, Conditioning] After Surgery
In today's episode we go over Return to Sport MASTERCLASS for Physical Therapists [Run, Sprint, Agility, Plyometrics, Conditioning] After Surgery (ACL, Meniscus) | FPF Show E:106
- 0:00 Introduction
- 2:45 Guidelines for NON-operative patients
- 5:00 Rehab goals for OPERATIVE (post-surgical) patients
- 8:08 When can we initiate return to run programs?
- 15:07 How much strength is needed before running?
- 17:35 How to know if you're going too fast
- 20:10 What exercises to focus on BEFORE running
- 21:25 My FAVORITE return to run program (Where to start and how to advance)
- 29:55 How to prepare athletes for sprints and acceleration
- 31:38 My favorite sprint progression program
- 38:17 General principles for plyometrics (jump, hop, leap)
- 44:58 When to start adding in plyometrics
- 53:10 Exact plyometric program I use with patients (double and single leg)
- 1:06:23 Principles of agility / change of direction / cutting drills
- 1:09:25 Exact agility program I use with patients (ACL-Reconstruction Surgery)
- 1:23:41 Why CONDITIONING needs more focus on in physical therapy
- 1:26:19 How to begin conditioning programs with patients
- 1:28:14 How to optimize conditioning programs (Polarized / Pyramidal Training)
- 1:33:30 How to advance conditioning programs over time
- 1:41:15 How to put all of these elements together for patients
Now you're a return to sport master...
- Dan Pope DPT, OCS, CSCS
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