Save your spot in the course "ACL Injuries: From theory to Practice" and learn from renowned ACL expert clinician & researcher Dr. Bart Dingenen
When we surveyed over 1000 physiotherapists from all over the world, 40% of interviewed clinicians admitted that they did not feel confident in their skills to get their patients with ACL injury back to cutting sports!
Are you looking for ways to provide not only good, but the best of the best care to your patients with ACL injuries? To distinguish yourself as a clinician and get the most out of each encounter with your athletes?
Bart Dingenen has dedicated his career to ACL rehabilitation as physiotherapist, lecturer and researcher. He is a thought leader in ACL research and has taught students & clinicians all over the world on the ins and outs of ACL rehabilitation.
Together with Physiotutors he has created this massive online course guaranteed to level up your game
Over 40 hours, 10 chapters, 33 extensive units, more than 70 videos
References used from more than 400 scientific articles. All with direct links for you to explore!
Work with a real world case study to know you can apply the knowledge
Collect credits inside the course to unlock extras and be the best
No silly subscription models, but a ONE payment (or pay in 3 installments)
Accreditation for CEU/CPD in:
The Netherlands, Belgium, UK
WARNING: You Could Be At Serious Risk Of Causing More Harm Than Good:
Despite lots of evidence being available on effective rehab after ACL injuries, re-injury rates are still high as many clinicians simply don't know how to structure and execute a proper management strategy.
Clinically Proven Strategies to Improve your ACLR management:
A detailed, phase-by-phase guide to ACL injury rehabilitation will help you to meet crucial criteria and key rehab milestones that are often overlooked
Stay Up To Date with the Literature:
Many therapists are following completely outdated evidence – find out what has changed directly from the source so you can provide better care
webinars are popping up everywhere. many with lousy webcam videos or simple screen recordings. Don't make the mistake to fall for these inferior products! Our course provides a full course experience!
Your athlete's trust is invaluable. This course will help you to give honest, evidence-informed, and tailored advice and rehab to your athlete.
No more guesswork, no more trial and error. Your way to solid, goal-oriented rehabilitation.
🚨 ACL injuries do not only have a biomechanical consequence:
This course will teach you about sensorimotor, biomechanical, psychological, and long-term consequences of ACL injuries.
⚡The Devastating Mistakes Made By Virtually All Therapists:
Do you consider focus of attention and the nature of your verbal instructions in your rehab sessions? This course will help you improve your instructions, feedback and structure of exercise prescriptions to optimize motor learning.
⛓ Not all ACL reconstructions are the same:
Do you adapt your rehab programs to the different ACL graft types? If not, this could significantly hamper the rehab process! This course covers the advantages and disadvantages of each of the available graft types and surgical procedures.
🗂 If, when, and how to properly progress:
The course will reveal the bullet proof strategies to properly progress a patient through the different stages of ACL rehab towards return-to-sport
🤾🏻♂️ Do you assess your athlete's jump performance?
In the course, you'll learn the 5 best jump performance assessments to monitor your patient's progress
🧑🤝🧑 Make it Specific To Your Patient:
The course will reveal common compensation mechanisms shown by patients with ACL injuries so you can address them and tailor your interventions to the individual presentation
📚 Stay Up To Date with the Literature:
Many therapists are following completely outdated evidence they learned during their Bachelor's or Master's program, or learnt from textbooks – find out what has changed so you can provide better care
Over the last 10 years, he combined research, clinical and teaching activities. His research focused on postural control in relation to knee and ankle injuries, including ACL injuries. Currently working at Hasselt University in Belgium, where he continues his research on ACL injuries and running-related injuries. He combines his academic work with clinical practice as a sports physiotherapist in a private clinic.
Bart is one of the most efficient and hard working cliniclan-researchers I have collaborated with. His knowledge of human movement, biomechanics and injury is up there with any clinician-researcher. He is a rare breed.
Bart is an inspiring clinician-researcher to work with. His passion for clinical oriented research leads to highly relevant outputs which moves the fields of both research and clinical practice forward
This is ONLY for clinicians who are serious about becoming experts in ACL rehab. If you are not willing to put in the work and the study time to really become better, then this course is probably not for you and it’s better to resort to watching webinars of an hour to relax at the end of the day. But if you ARE serious, then save yourself years of costly trial & error by utilising proven ACL management strategies taught in this course to provide the best care possible for your patients with ACL injuries.