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The Overhead Throwing Athlete


Contact Hours: 9.5

Length: 4 weeks

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Course Description

The goal of this 4-week online course is to provide a deeper understanding of the unique characteristics and needs of the overhead throwing athlete for integration of these unique features and sports medicine knowledge base resulting in the best, evidence-based management of these athletes. This course will cover the foundational anatomical demands, common adaptations, sports biomechanics, and kinematics for integration of these principles into the evidence-based management of these athletes from injury prevention through return to competition and performance enhancement.


By the end of the course, a successful learner will be able to:

  • Discuss the anatomical demands and adaptations of the throwing athlete. 
  • Evaluate the biomechanics and kinematics of overhead throwing. 
  • Describe the epidemiology of injury as it applies to the overhead throwing athlete. 
  • Incorporate the clinical guidelines in the examination and differential diagnosis of the overhead throwing athlete. 
  • Design effective injury prevention, clinical rehabilitation, progression to return to sport, and performance enhancement programs for the overhead throwing athlete. 

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