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Cursus Spalking- Bjorn Le Roy en Paul De Buck

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Duur 1 dag / 6 lesuren Start 07/03/2020 Uiterste inschrijvingsdatum 07/03/2020
Prijs € 120 Artikelnummer IC_SPA20
Adres Campus Ardoyen, Technologiepark-Zwijnaarde 126, 9052 Gent,Vergaderzaal 1.1 Hermann von Helmholtz

Cursusdatum: 07/03/2020

Onze cursussen gaan standaard door van 09.00 tot 17.00 uur, tenzij anders vermeld.

Koffiepauzes, broodjesmaaltijd en cursusmateriaal zijn inbegrepen.

Betalen via kmo-portefeuille: 30% korting. IPVK - DV.O103194

Accreditatie: aangevraagd bij Pro-Q-Kine

Locatie: Campus Ardoyen, Technologiepark-Zwijnaarde 126, 9052 Gent,Vergaderzaal 1.1 Hermann von Helmholtz



Binnen de handrevalidatie is het niet meer mogelijk om het gebruik van spalken weg te denken. Een eenvoudige ondersteunende tape is vaak onvoldoende, onhygiënisch en niet duurzaam. Verschillende letsels aan de hand hebben nood aan een kleine en eenvoudige spalk. Door het goed begrijpen van het onderliggende mechanisme van de pathologie en de biomechanische vereisten van de hand of vinger kan een correcte en op maat gemaakte spalk voorzien worden. Dit bevorderd het herstelproces. In deze cursus  zullen voor verschillende courante aandoeningen eenvoudige spalken aangeleerd worden. 

Deze cursus is alleen toegankelijk voor handtherapeuten,  ergo -en kinesitherapeuten die zich aan het specialiseren zijn in handrevalidatie.

Hand and wrist injuries in the athlete are commonly sports specific. It takes a split
second for a game-changing injury to occur and perhaps months to recover from
the injury. Equipment can be part of the solution or the problem.
Whether injured in a sports-related or non–sports-related activity, the goal for
patient athletes remains the same: to return them to their previous level of function.
Often, a specific competitive opportunity is only available for a set period of time;
for example, a college basketball player’s limited collegiate career adding further
time-sensitive pressures to the health care providers. Therapy goals are derived
from conversations with the patient, taking time to understand what is important to
that patient and guide him or her through the stages of recovery with realistic expectations.
A solid comprehension and activity analysis of the movements, stability,
impact, and strength needed to return to a specific sport is necessary to be effective.
Adhering to the gold standards of care begins the process of moving the person from
being a patient to being an athlete back in the game.
Although some injuries seem frivolous in comparison with other types of injuries in
patients seen by upper extremity specialists, the impact on athletic performance

Injuries to the extensor tendons of the hand can cause significant deformity and
disability in some cases, and in others can be relatively well tolerated. The anatomy
of the extensor tendons is quite intricate and an intimate knowledge is essential for
diagnosis and treatment. Unique to extensor tendon avulsion injuries, deformity and
disability may be initially minimized or ignored by athletes so that late presentation
is not uncommon. Many acute injuries can be treated conservatively and often in a
way that allows continued sports participation. Once a chronic deformity develops,
treatment options become more complex and less predictable. More chronic injuries,
such as sagittal band attrition, may have greater impact on certain activities and definitive
treatment is necessary to even continue sport participation. This article discusses
the diagnosis, management, and definitive treatment of mallet, boutonniere, and
sagittal band injuries in athletes.
Basic Anatomy
The distal aspect of the upper extremity digits represents a complex confluence of
tendons, ligaments, and bone. The basic musculature of the hand and digits can be
broken down into two categories: extrinsic and intrinsic musculature.