BOC Approved Continuing Education Opportunity

Clinical Seminar in Athletic Training: Two Case Presentations I
10/16/2019 - 6:30am
Charles T. Wethington Building, Rm 127


Bridget Walsh, ATC and Amy Barchek, ATC

  • Bilateral tibial stress fractures in a collegiate female diver: Surgical vs. conservative treatment
  • Non-operative management of a proximally avulsed anterior cruciate ligament in an adolescent volleyball player

Learning Objectives:

Bilateral Tibial Stress Fractures in a Collegiate Female Diver: Surgical vs Conservative Treatment

  1. Distinguish the difference between surgical and conservative treatment and rationale of treatment
  2. Distinguish the different outcomes of surgical vs conservative rehabilitation of tibial stress fractures according to current research.

Non-operative management of a proximally avulsed anterior cruciate ligament in an adolescent volleyball player

  1. Recognize the uniqueness of proximal ACL avulsions in the pediatric population.
  2. Identify the role of non-operative management of a proximal ACL avulsion.
  3. Distinguish the appropriate return to play progression of a proximal ACL avulsion.


This is a continuing education opportunity for athletic trainers. The College of Health Sciences at the University of Kentucky want to support the life-long learning efforts for athletic trainers. We have created a succinct and informative 1 hour of continuing education that addresses unique case studies in the field of athletic training.

Level of content:

Advanced; The content will include theory, concepts and applications of information and/or techniques that are presented beyond the Essential Level

Fee: None

Cancellation Policy: The University of Kentucky reserves the right to cancel any course and will not be responsible for any charges incurred by the participant. If the University of Kentucky cancels the event, full tuition will be returned. If the registrant chooses to cancel his or her event registration, cancellations must be in writing to qualify for a refund. This may include formal letter or electronic mail. Cancellations will not be accepted via social media platforms.

The cancellation request must include the following:

  1. Full name and credentials of registrant
  2. Full address of registrant
  3. Method of payment
  4. Reason for cancellation

If the cancellation request is approved, the University of Kentucky will issue a refund via check under one of the following conditions:

  • Cancellation request received up to 30 days prior to the event = Full Refund
  • Cancellation request received between 29 to 7 days prior to the event = Half Refund
  • Cancellation request received less than 7 days prior to the event = No Refund Available