Dec 08 - Dec 10, 2022

2022 Baseball Winter Meeting

San Diego, CA

Location

1 Market Pl, San Diego, CA 92101

Description

Course Description: A mix of didactic presentations, videos, and specific surgical, rehab, and treatment techniques that will assist the attendees in managing current baseball injuries on a day-to-day basis, along with assisting in decision-making throughout the season.

Target Audience: Sports Medicine Physicians and Surgeons, Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Chiropractors, and Strength and Conditioning Coaches.

Educational Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: Integrate new prevention techniques when treating professional baseball players. Analyze trends in baseball injuries at all levels, including professional, collegiate, and youth leagues. Apply and Assess the non-surgical and surgical techniques as well as rehabilitation protocols that are trending and very important for the safe return to activity for baseball players.

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Course chairs

Orthopaedic Surgeon - Sports Specialty

Orthopaedic Surgeon - Private

Rothman Orthopaedics

Other

Athletic Trainer

Atlanta Braves Baseball Club

Other

Physician - Sports Medicine

Faculty and Moderators

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Map

1 Market Pl, San Diego, CA 92101

07.30AM - 07.35AM
Welcome
MOD: Harbor A, B, C
07.35AM - 10.00AM
Session 1
MOD: , Harbor A, B, C
07.35AM - 08.10AM
Soft Tissue Injury - Hamstring
08.10AM - 08.25AM
08.25AM - 08.30AM
Soft-Tissue Injury: Oblique Epidemiology/Workup
08.30AM - 08.40AM
Oblique: Rehab/RTP
08.50AM - 08.55AM
Soft Tissue Injury: Gastroc - Epidemiology/Workup
08.55AM - 09.00AM
Gastroc: Rehab/RTP
09.35AM - 10.00AM
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
10.00AM - 10.15AM
Break
Harbor A, B, C
10.15AM - 12.15PM
Session 2
Harbor A, B, C
12.15PM - 01.00PM
Lunch
Harbor A, B, C
01.30PM - 03.00PM
Session 3
Harbor A, B, C
01.30PM - 02.00PM
Sleep Science
02.20PM - 02.45PM
Mental Health
02.45PM - 03.00PM
Update on Combine Data
03.00PM - 03.20PM
Break
Harbor A, B, C
03.20PM - 04.30PM
Session 4
Harbor A, B, C
04.30PM - 04.30PM
Course Adjourns
1
Session Files
06.00PM - 07.00PM
Reception
Harbor
Cases
3
Medial Ulnar Collateral Ligament Avulsion in 16M
Medial Ulnar Collateral Ligament Rupture in 21M
Valgus Extension Overload in 17M
06.00PM - 07.00PM
Technology/Sports Science
06.00PM - 06.10PM
Systematizing Processes: A GPS Example
06.10PM - 06.20PM
Data Collection: Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze?
06.20PM - 06.30PM
The Use of Technology in Tracking and Managing Throwing Volume Loads During a Major League Season
06.30PM - 06.50PM
Round Table
07.00PM - 08.00PM
Injury/Workload Analytics
07.00PM - 07.10PM
Injury History in Amateur Baseball Player Entering the MLB Draft: Managing Risk
07.10PM - 07.20PM
Workload Tracking & Optimizing Interdepartmental Communication
07.20PM - 07.30PM
Monitoring Workload in the Return to Throw Process
07.30PM - 07.50PM
Round Table
08.00PM - 09.00PM
Training/Biomechanics/Other
08.00PM - 08.10PM
Oblique Injuries in Baseball
08.10PM - 08.20PM
Sprint Mechanics: Practical Interventions
08.20PM - 08.30PM
Upper Extremity Plyometric Progression: Considerations for the Healthy & Post-Surgical Athlete
08.30PM - 08.50PM
Round Table
08.50PM - 09.00PM
Closing Remarks
05.30PM - 05.40PM
Introduction
05.40PM - 06.10PM
05.40PM - 05.45PM
Return-to-Play Rates and Clinical Outcomes of Baseball Players After Concomitant Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction and Selective Ulnar Nerve Transposition
05.45PM - 05.50PM
Biomechanical Comparison of Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction with Internal Brace Augmentation Versus Modified Docking Technique
05.50PM - 05.55PM
Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction Does Not Decrease Spin Rate or Performance in Major League Pitchers
05.55PM - 06.00PM
Revision ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction in Major League Baseball pitchers: effects of fastball velocity and usage
06.00PM - 06.05PM
Increased Elbow and Olecranon Injury History in Professional Pitchers With Increased Elbow Flexion at Ball Release
06.05PM - 06.10PM
Panel Discussion
06.30PM - 07.00PM
Epidemiology of Injuries
MOD:
06.30PM - 06.35PM
Effect of Weather and Game Factors on Injury Rates in Professional Baseball Players
06.35PM - 06.40PM
Is Workload Associated With Hamstring and Calf Strains in Professional Baseball Players? An Analysis o f Days o f Rest, Innings Fielded, and Plate Appearances
06.40PM - 06.45PM
Is workload associated with latissimus dorsi and teres major tears in professional baseball pitchers? An analysis of days of rest, innings pitched, and batters faced
06.45PM - 06.50PM
Shoulder Injuries in Professional Baseball Batters: Analysis o f 3,414 Injuries Over an 8-Year Period
06.50PM - 06.55PM
The Most Common Type, Severity, and Expected Frequencyo f Injuries Vary by Defensive Position in Professional Baseball Players
06.55PM - 07.00PM
Discussion
07.15PM - 07.30PM
Break
07.30PM - 08.00PM
Biomechanics I
MOD:
07.30PM - 07.35PM
The Clinicians? Guide to Baseball Pitching Biomechanics
07.35PM - 07.40PM
Comparison of marker-less and marker-based motion capture for baseball pitching kinematics
07.40PM - 07.45PM
The Relationship Among Lead Knee Extension, Fast Ball Velocity and Elbow Torque in Professional Baseball Pitchers
07.45PM - 07.50PM
Athletes Perceive Weighted Baseballs to Cary a Notable Injury Risk, yet Still Use Them Frequently: A Multicenter Survey Study
07.50PM - 07.55PM
Interval Throwing Programs at Distances Beyond 150 Feet Can Be Equivalent to Pitching Over Five Innings
07.55PM - 08.00PM
Discussion
08.15PM - 08.45PM
Biomechanics II
MOD:
08.15PM - 08.20PM
Differences in Glenohumeral Range of Motion and Humeral Torsion Between Right-Handed and Left-Handed Professional Baseball Pitchers
08.20PM - 08.25PM
Joint and Segment Sequencing and its Relationship to Ball Velocity and Throwing Arm Kinetics in Professional Pitchers
08.25PM - 08.30PM
Increased Shoulder Distraction Force and Shoulder Horizontal Abduction in Professional Baseball Pitchers with Discordant Torso Rotation Order
08.30PM - 08.35PM
The Influence of Excessive Ipsilateral Trunk Tilt on Upper-Extremity Throwing Mechanics: A Newly Characterized Parameter for Biomechanical Evaluation in High School and Professional Pitchers
08.35PM - 08.40PM
Pitching Mechanics and the Relationship to Accuracy in Professional Baseball Pitchers
08.40PM - 08.45PM
Discussion
Event POLLS
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