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Preventing Sudden Death in Sport

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Event date: 4/1/2020 12:00 AM - 12/31/2040 12:00 AM Export event

    Goals:

    There are several conditions clinicians should be aware of that can lead to death, disability or permanent injury of an athlete. This course is designed to assist you in identifying serious risk factors while working with athletes (youth through adult, pre-participation through return to play) or at athletic events (practice through game time) in an effort to prevent sudden death in sport.

    The clinician should be able to identify and manage the most common causes of death and disability in sport to include:

    Cardiac conditions
    Heat stroke
    Sickle cell trait
    C spine injuries
    Traumatic Brain Injuries
    Lightning
    Exertional Hyponatremia
    Diabetes
    Asthma
    With proper screening, education and rule implementation some heart abnormalities may be identified, heat stroke can be appropriately treated with a 100% success rate, sickle cell trait, diabetes and asthma can be managed and hyponatremia, C spine injuries and TBI can be reduced.
    InstructorPat Helma, DC, DACBSP
    About the Instructor Bio: Pat Helma, DC, DACBSP has been in clinical practice for over 30 years. He has traveled nationally as a doctor for the Association of Volleyball Professionals and internationally as a doctor for the Association of Surfing Professionals. Dr. Helma also served as the team doctor for Cooper City High School Athletics and Saint Thomas Aquinas High School Lacrosse. He was the first chiropractic representative on the Florida High School Athletic Association Sports Medicine Advisory Committee. Dr. Helma has lectured at chiropractic sports science symposiums, at the Florida Athletic Trainers Association and the Florida Chiropractic Association on several sports and nutrition related topics. He is the past president of the Florida Chiropractic Association Council on Sports Injuries. Dr Helma currently teaches Foundation Training in Boulder, Colorado trading the Florida surfing lifestyle for the hiking and mountain biking ColoRADo life!
    Subject BreakdownEmergency Action Plan Sudden Cardiac Death Sudden Cardiac Arrest Exertional Heat Stroke Exertional Sickling Cervical Spine Injuries Traumatic Brain Injury Lightning Exertional Hyponatremia Diabetes Asthma
    Total Credits3.00
    FormatDistance - On-demand
    • PACE Provider: DConline
    • Course ID: 8715
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