On Field Emergency Management with Former Wallabies Doctor – Michael Jamieson

In this fantastic presentation – former Australian Wallabies Sports Physician – Dr Michael Jamieson – explains the essentials of onfield emergency medical injury management – including discussion of heat stress, fractures, dislocations, bleeding, asthma, diabetes and spinal injury care.

This session is essential viewing for all personal trainers and any health professional involved in active exercise prescription.

Here is just some of the content from Michael’s lecture:

–          The fracture that can lead to the onset of shock and present a medical emergency

–          The little known benefits of mouthguards and it is not only about protecting the teeth

–          How to protect one of our most vulnerable body parts and the onfield surgery that saved the life of one AFL player

–          The facts about heat injury and who is most at risk

–          The best way to control heat loss and the rules you must follow to reduce your legal risk

–          The strategy used by Michael when he was the medical director for the St George Illawarra Dragons to reduce the risk of heat injury in games and at training

–          The truth about compression garments role in improving performance and the risks these materials present to many players.

–          How anti inflammatory medication can increase the risk of thermal injury and how to prevent it

–          The 2 ways to detect a mechanically swollen joint compared to an infected swollen joint and how most sports trainers miss this condition

–          How failing to manage the epileptic client can lead to significant brain injury

–          The number one thing that all trainers must do in the case of injury

–          The facts about shoulder dislocation and why these injuries are on the increase

–          What not to do when a client dislocates their patella (proven by a Sydney Swans player) and the easiest way to relocate it.

–          How to successfully manage suspected spinal injuries and the most dangerous thing a trainer to can to this person.

–          The critical factor that points to a significant neck and spinal injury

Plus much more.

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Best Wishes

Paul Wright

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