09.00-09.30 Opening ceremony
Auditorium Prince Pierre
09.30-10.30 Keynote lecture 1
Auditorium Prince Pierre
"Sudden cardiac death in athletes: Transforming uncertainty into effective models for prevention"
- Jonathan Drezner MD Associate Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
- Antonio Pelliccia MD Professor, Institute of Sport Medicine and Science, Rome, Italy
11.00-12.30 Session A – Symposium 1
Auditorium Camille Blanc
"Preventing the female athlete triad"
Chair: Margo Mountjoy (Canada)
11.00-11.05: Margo Mountjoy (Canada): What is the extent of the problem?
11.05-11.25: Anne B. Loucks (USA): Evolution of our current understanding of the female athlete triad
11.25-11.45: Nancy I. Williams (USA): Bioenergetics as a guide for preventing the female athlete triad
11.45-12.05: Mary Jane De Souza (USA): Practical methods for preventing the female athlete triad
12.05-12.15: Margo Mountjoy (Canada): Effects of preventing the female athlete triad on sports performance
12.15-12.30: Panel discussion: Mountjoy, Loucks, Williams, De Souza.
- Margo Mountjoy MD Assistant Clinical Professor, McMaster University School of Medicine, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
- Mary Jane De Souza PhD Professor, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA
- Anne B. Loucks PhD Professor, Ohio University, Athens, OH, USA
- Nancy I. Williams ScD Professor, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA
11.00-12.30 Session B – Symposium 2
Room Van Dongen
"Getting to the core: Scientifi c evidence for core stability in sport injury prevention"
Chair: Ajit Chaudhari (USA)
11.00-11.03: Ajit Chaudhari (USA): Introduction – the pervasiveness of core stability
11.03-11.21: Ajit Chaudhari (USA): Trunk motor control and its infl uence on running mechanics
11.21-11.39: Thomas Best (USA): Core training to prevent hamstring/groin re-injury
11.39-11.57: Reed Ferber (Canada): Hip muscle training to prevent low back pain
11.57-12.15: James Oñate (USA): Development of large-scale screening programs assessing core stability for injury prevention
12.15-12.30: Panel discussion: Does the evidence support core stability training to prevent injury? Chaudhari, Best, Ferber, Oñate.
- Ajit Chaudhari PhD Assistant Professor, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
- Thomas Best MD PhD FACSM Professor, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
- James Oñate PhD Associate Professor, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
- Reed Ferber PhD Assistant Professor, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
11.00-12.30 Session C – Free Communications I
Chairs: Toru Fukubayashi (Japan) & Peter Jenoure (Switzerland)
11.00-11.10: A. Nilstad (USA), E. Kristianslund, T. Krosshaug, K. Steffen, G. Myklebust, R. Bahr, T.E. Andersen (Norway): A simple clinical screening test can identify elite female football players with increased knee valgus angles
11.10-11.20: T. Flørenes, L. Nordsletten, S. Heir, R. Bahr (Norway): Injuries to World Cup nordic skiers and telemarkers - data from two seasons
11.20-11.30: C. Raschner, H.P. Platzer, C. Patterson, I. Werner, C. Hildebrandt (Austria): The relationship between ACL injuries and physical fi tness in junior Austrian alpine ski racers – a 10 year longitudinal study
11.30-11.40: K. Russell, W.H. Meeuwisse, A. Nettel-Aguirre, C.A. Emery, N. Ruest, J. Wishart, B.H. Rowe, C. Goulet, B.E. Hagel (Canada): Injuries and terrain park feature use among snowboarders in Alberta
11.40-11.50: P. Van de Vliet, S. Willick, O. Martinez Ferrer, M. Wilkinson, R. Stewart, T.M. Sasyniuk, R. Celebrini, P. Pit-Grosheide, J. Taunton (Germany/Canada/USA/Spain): The Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games medical care programme: Facts, figures and recommendations
11.50-12.00: J. Agel, J. Schisel (USA): Practice injury rates in collegiate sports
12.00-12.10: J. Jacobsson, T. Timpka, J. Ekberg, J. Kowalski, S. Nilsson, P. Renström (Sweden): The Swedish athletics study: Various prevalence measures of musculoskeletal injury in elite athletics athletes
12.10-12.20: N. Ruest, M. Nguyen, T. Embree, B.H. Rowe, B.E. Hagel (Canada): Mountain bike terrain park injuries: An emerging cause of morbidity
12.20-12.30: W. van Mechelen, D.C.M. Collard, M. Chinapaw, E.A.L.M. Verhagen (The Netherlands): Magnitude and economic burden of sports and physical activity-related injuries in Dutch 10-12 year old children
11.00-13.50 Session D – Workshops
Romm Poulenc 1
11.00-11.50– Tim Hewett (USA) & Andrew Gregory (USA): How to set up an ACL injury prevention program for adolescent athletes
12.00-12.50: Alex Diamond (USA), Sarah Haverstick (USA) & Moira Donahue (USA): Expanding the role of the sports medicine specialist – creating relationships with an injury prevention coalition
13.00-13.50: Grethe Myklebust (Norway) & Yonatan Kaplan (Israel): Risks and predictive factors for a safe return to sport: The ACL injury as a model
11.00-13.50 Session E – Workshops
Room Poulenc 2
11.00-11.50: Simon Kemp (UK) & Andy Smith (UK): Pitchside immediate care of the athlete in collision and contact sports – secondary injury prevention initiatives for potential catastrophic cervical spine injury
12.00-12.50: Patrick Coudert (Monaco): The importance of the electronic shared medical folder in sports medicine – the concrete implementation within two Olympic federations
13.00-13.50: Bruno Lussiez (Monaco), Didier Fontes (Monaco) & Jean-Philippe Ringwald (Monaco): The ligamentous lesions of the wrist in sports traumatology - from prevention to surgical treatment
13.45-16.15 Session A – Symposium 3
Auditorium Camille Blanc
"Respiratory health of elite athletes: How to prevent airway dysfunction"
Co-chairs: Louis-Philippe Boulet (Canada) & Sandra Anderson (Australia)
13.45-14.00: Ken Fitch (Australia): Overview of respiratory health of athletes
14.00-14.15: Don McKenzie (Canada): Respiratory physiology and adaptation to high-level exercise training
14.15-14.30: Ken Fitch (USA): Detrimental effects of air pollution in athletes and their prevention
14.30-14.45: Pascale Kippelen (UK): Mechanisms of airway injury during high-level exercise
14.45-15.00: Sandra Anderson (Australia): Assessment and prevention of exercise-induced asthma in athletes
15.00-15.15: Valerie Bougault (France): Prevention of airways dysfunction in swimmers
15.15-15.30: Malcolm Sue-Chu (Norway): Winter sports athletes: Long-term effects of cold air exposure
15.30-15.45: Louis-Philippe Boulet (Canada): Cough and upper airways disorders in athletes: Mechanisms and prevention
15.45-16.15: Round-table on prevention: Fitch, McKenzie, Rundell, Kippelen, Anderson, Bougault, Sue-Chu, Boulet.
- Louis-P. Boulet MD FRCPC Professor, Quebec Heart & Lung Institute, Quebec, QC, Canada
- Don C. McKenzie MD PhD Professor, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Ken Fitch MD Professor, University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia
- Kenneth W. Rundell PhD FACSM Professor, Marywood University, Scranton, PA, USA
- Pascale Kippelen PhD Lecturer, Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex, United Kingdom
- Sandra Anderson PhD DSc Professor, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, NSW, Australia
- Valerie Bougault PhD Lecturer, Université Lille Nord de France, Ronchin, France
- Malcom Sue-Chu MBChB FRCA Professor, University Hospital, Trondheim, Norway
13.45-16.15 Session B – Symposium 4
Room Van Dongen
"The Athletic Periodic Health Examination: How can we use screening to maximize prevention?"
Chair: Willem Meeuwisse (Canada)
13.45-14.10: Willem Meeuwisse (Canada): Principles of screening: Early detection of disease in athletes?
14.10-14.25: Mats Börjesson (Sweden): Making the most of the cardiology examination in the athletes: Standardizing ECG criteria for accurate detection
14.25-14.40: Roald Bahr (Norway): What is the best practice for musculoskeletal screening if prevention is the objective?
14.40-14.55: Bill Roberts (USA): Health screening for adolescent athletes
14.55-15.10: Liz Joy (USA): Screening college-aged athletes
15.10-15.25: Jiri Dvorak (Switzerland): Pre-participation screening for professional athletes
15.25-15.40: Gordon Matheson (USA): Improving the predictive value of the PHE: Use of registries for athletic populations
15.40-16.15: Panel discussion – In what settings should the PHE be mandatory? What should be included in the PHE? How is the PHE best delivered? Meeuwisse, Börjesson, Bahr, Roberts, Joy, Dvorak, Matheson.
- Willem Meeuwisse MD PhD Professor, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
- Elizabeth Joy MD MPH Associate Professor, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
- Roald Bahr MD PhD Professor, Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center, Oslo, Norway
- William O. Roberts MD MS Professor, University of Minnesota Medical School, St Paul, MN, USA
- Jiri Dvorak MD Professor, Schulthess Clinic, Zurich, Switzerland
- Gordon O. Matheson MD PhD Professor, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
- Mats Börjesson MD PhD Associate Professor, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Göteborg, Sweden
13.45-14.55 Session C – Free Communications II
Chairs: Sandra Shultz (USA) & Juan Manuel Alonso (Spain)
13.45-13.55: Y. Saho, T. Suzuki, M. Setojima, T. Ogai, T. Fukubayashi (Japan): The efficacy of the 11 and the 11 + in injury prevention and physical fitness improvement on male collegiate football teams
13.55-14.05: S. Richmond, C.A Emery, P.K Doyle-Baker, A. Nettel-Aguirre (Canada): Preventing lower extremity sport injury through a high intensity neuromuscular training program in a junior high school setting
14.05-14.15: J. Parkkari, H. Taanila, J. Suni, V. Mattila, O. Ohrankämmen, P. Vuorinen, P. Kannus, H. Pihlajamäki (Finland): A neuromuscular training and educational counselling programme to decrease the risk of lower limb injury in young men during military service: A population based cluster randomised study
14.15-14.25: T. McGuine, A. Brooks, S. Hetzel (USA): The effect of a lace-up ankle brace on ankle injury rates in adolescent basketball players
14.25-14.35: E. Lamme (Canada): The business of injury prevention in circus performance
14.35-14.45: K. Klein Wolt, E. Verhagen, L. Adriaensens (The Netherlands): A school perspective on injury prevention in children
14.45-14.55: M. Mountjoy, A. Junge (Switzerland): Preventing injuries in water polo: Have we scored?
15.05-16.15 Session C – Free Communications III
Chairs: Fredrik Bendiksen (Norway) & Karim Khan (Canada)
15.05-15.15: D. Webner, J. Drezner, J. Horneff, W. Roberts (USA): Sudden cardiac arrest and death in United States marathons
15.15-15.25: H. Berge, G. Gjerdalen, T.E. Andersen, K. Steine, E. Solberg (Norway): Elevated blood pressure in Norwegian elite football players is associated with both increased sympathetic activity and LV mass
15.25-15.35: M. Schwellnus, M. Collins, N. Drew (South Africa): Risk factors associated with exercise associated muscle cramping (EAMC) – a prospective cohort study in ironman triathletes
15.35-15.45: M. Schwellnus, W. Derman, M. Lambert, C. Redhead, T. Page (South Africa/New Zealand): Epidemiology of illness during the super 14 rugby tournament – a prospective cohort study
15.45-15.55: C. Tremblay, B. Hamilton, M. Sala, J. Paoloni, H. Chalabi (Qatar): Prevalence of haemoglobinopathy in sportsmen in Qatar
15.55-16.05: M. Schwellnus, M. Lichaba, M. Collins (South Africa): The incidence and risk factors for prerace respiratory tract symptoms in ironman triathletes
16.05-16.15: M. Dohi, Y. Komatsu, F. Yamasawa, T. Akama, K. Watanabe, A. Hasegawa, M. Hirashima, Y. Fujita, K. Ota, T. Kawahara (Japan): Determination of the prevalence of bronchial asthma (BA) and development of an effective protocol to detect BA in Japanese elite athletes
14.00-17.50 Session D – Workshops
Room Poulenc 1
14.00-14.50: Anthony Clough (UK) & Paul Piccininni (Canada): The physician’s role in the prevention of dental and orofacial injuries
15.00-15.50: Toru Fukubayashi (Japan), Sadao Niga (Japan), Jindo Hatanaka (Japan): Active athletic training improves and prevents groin pain syndrome
16.00-16.50: James Zachazewski (USA) & Joanne Borg-Stein (USA): Practical training of core, hip girdle and proximal lower extremity strength and fl exibility in the female athlete
17.00-17.50: A. Grethe Myklebust (Norway) & Tim Hewett (USA): Avoiding ACL injuries – how to do it!
14.00-17.50 Session E – Workshops
Room Poulenc 2
14.00-14.50: Geoffrey Verrall (Australia): Training adaptation of the hamstring muscle: A cutting edge practical guide to individual athlete and team based prevention programs
15.00-15.50: Jim Macintyre (USA) & Andrea Matich (USA): The foot bone’s connected to the leg bone: The importance of kinetic chain dysfunction in overuse injuries
16.00-16.50: Simon Kemp (UK) & Gary Henderson (UK): Completing the injury prevention cycle – how should we be coaching the tackle in rugby union?
17.00-17.50: Catherine Ortega (USA), Greg Zuest (USA) & Larry Leverenz (USA): Prevention of lower extremity injuries with use of biomechanical evaluations
16.45-18.15 Session A – Symposium 5
Auditorium Camille Blanc
"Prevention of shoulder and elbow injuries in sport"
Chair: Marc Safran (USA)
16.45-17.00: Marc Safran (USA): Prevention of overuse injuries of the shoulder in baseball and tennis
17.00-17.15: Mark Hutchinson (USA): Prevention of overuse injuries of the elbow in baseball and tennis
17.15-17.30: Gregory Bain (Australia): Prevention of overuse injuries of the shoulder and elbow in cricket
17.30-17.45: Lyndon Gross (USA): Prevention of traumatic injuries of the shoulder in rugby, boxing and martial arts
17.45-18.00: François Kelberine (France): Prevention of traumatic injuries of the elbow in rugby, boxing and martial arts
18.00-18.15: Panel discussion – Implementing prevention programs in team sports: Safran, Hutchinson, Bain, Gross, Kelberine.
- Marc R. Safran MD Professor, Stanford University, Redwood City, CA, USA
- Mark R. Hutchinson, MD Professor, Chicago, IL, USA
- Gregory Bain MD Associate Professor, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia
- Lyndon Gross, MD, PhD, St Louis University, St Louis, MO, USA
- François Kelberine MD, Clinique Provençale Parc Rambot, Aix en Provence, France
16.45-18.15 Session B – Symposium 6
Room Van Dongen
"Behaviour – a key factor for injury prevention"
Chair: Evert Verhagen (The Netherlands)
16.45-17.00: Evert Verhagen (The Netherlands): Why we must not overlook behaviour when preventing injuries
17.00-17.20: Barbara Morrongiello (Canada): Attitudes, emotions, and cognitions – influences on risk taking
17.20-17.40: Albi Sole (Canada): Lessons learned – what does avalanche safety teach us?
17.40-18.00: Peta White (Australia): Looking beyond the athlete – peer behaviour and injury prevention
18.00-18.15: Panel discussion – Is behaviour an important piece in the injury prevention puzzle?: Verhagen, Morrongiello, Sole, White.
- Evert Verhagen PhD, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Barbara Morrongiello PhD, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada
- Albi Sole MSc UIAGM, Outdoor Council of Canada, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
- Peta White PhD, University of Ballarat, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
16.45-18.15 Session C – Free Communications IV
Chairs: Willem Meeuwisse (Canada) & Paul McCrory (Australia)
16.45-16.55: D. Patton, A. McIntosh, S. Kleiven (Australia/Sweden): Brain loading in concussive head impacts: Implications for injury prevention
16.55-17.05: G. Fife, W. Pieter, D. O’Sullivan, D. Cook, T. Kaminski (USA/Philippines/South Korea/UK): Effects of Olympic style taekwondo kicks on an instrumented head-form and resultant head injury measures
17.05-17.15: C. Lebrun, M. Mrazik, D. Naidu, J. Matthews-White, A. Game (Canada): The impact of fitness level on self-report of concussion symptoms
17.15-17.25: D. Patton, A. McIntosh, K. Thai (Australia): Development of a high performance jockey helmet
17.25-17.35: K. Schneider, C. Emery, J. Kang, G. Schneider, W. Meeuwisse (Canada): Are pre-season reports of neck pain, dizziness and/or headaches risk factors for concussion in male youth ice hockey players?
17.35-17.45: J. Hides, W. Stanton, M.D. Mendis, J. Gildea (Australia): Effect of stabilization training on trunk muscle size, motor control, low back pain and player availability among elite Australian rules football players
17.45-17.55: K. De Mey, L. Danneels, B. Cagnie, A. Cools (Belgium): Are kinetic chain rowing exercises relevant in shoulder and trunk injury prevention training?
17.55-18.05: F. Wilson, C. Simms, G. Gormley, C. Gissane (Ireland/UK): The effect of fatigue on frontal plane angular changes in the lumbar spine of elite rowers
18.05-18.15: P. Boissy, I. Shrier, J. Mellete, L. Fecteau, G.O. Matheson, D. Garza, W.H. Meeuwisse, E. Segal, J. Boulay, R. Steele (Canada): Effectiveness of cervical spine stabilization techniques