Program - Friday September 11, 2015

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Theater 2

Theater 4

09.00

Nutrition
Chairs: Peter Schober & Filip Struyf

Beetroot juice and sports performance: what's the latest
Andrew Jones, Exeter, UK

09.00

Biomechanics
Chairs: João Pereira de Almeida & Koen Scheerlinck

Natural forefoot running biomechanics: Influence of heel heights and running technique on ground reaction force, muscle activity and joint kinematics
Rudi Frankinouille, Antwerp, Belgium

09.30

The role of whey protein hydrolysates in performance nutrition
Will McCormack, Limerick, UK

09.30

Gait analysis during running on a treadmill: Objectifying the influence of fatigue
Johan Roeykens, Antwerp, Belgium

09.50

Exercise and diet to reduce ectopic fat mass in people with overweight
Wendy Hens, Antwerp, Belgium

10.00

Do performers’ experience and sex affect their performance?
Emmanuel Jacobs, Antwerp, Belgium

10.05

Effect of supplemental milk protein intake on lean tissue mass in healthy adults aged 50 to 70 years
Will McCormack, Limerick, UK

10.10

Depth of the centre of mass does not relate to performance during a reactive agility task in field hockey athletes
Freek Laumen, Brussel, Belgium

10.20

Ultra-distance running, nutrition and the Female Athlete Triad
Lindy-Lee, Pretoria, South Africa

10.20

Relationship between the range of angular motion and velocity of trunk rotation in young and older adults
Erika Zemková, Bratislava, Slovakia

10.30 – 11.00                       Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall

11.00

Chair: Maurizio Casasco

PPE & Exercise Prescription for Health

Preparticipation examination: The European approach with ECG mandatory
Herbert Löllgen, Remscheid, Germany

11.00

Chairs: Konstantinos Natsis & Sofie De Mits

Biomechanics - Gait & Motion Analysis in Top Sports

Biomechanical based treatment for tendinopathy
Philip Roosen, Ghent, Belgium

11.30

Development of an eHealth program to improve health  behavior in adults through general practice
Jolien Plaete, Ghent, Belgium

11.25

Modifiable risk of ACL (re)-injury in (female) team sports: Identification + screening = prevention?
Jos Vanrenterghem, Liverpool, UK

11.50

Is the time to introduce the “Limited-Echo” in the PPE?
Vincenzo Biasini, Scoppito, Italy

11.50

The influence of heeldrop height on the running pattern
Sophie De Mits, Ghent, Belgium

12.00

Ten minutes echocardiography as a sustainable strategy to prevent sudden cardiac death
Alessia Nardecchia, Rome, Italy

12.15

Normal shoulder biomechanics investigated by electromyography 
Omid Alizadehkhaiyat, Liverpool, UK

12.10

Pre-participation screening: Cost and yield of three different ECG interpretation criteria
Geza Halasz, L’Aquila, Italy

   

12.20

Athletes ECG interpretation: Refined criteria against Seattle and European criteria
Luca Fallavollita, Fermo, Italy

   

12.30 – 13.30     Lunch Break in the Exhibition Hall

13.00 – 14.00     Satellite Symposium organized by Tilman

                Analgesic efficacy and safety of bioptimized curcuminoids in clinical practice
                Yves Henrotin, Liège, Belgium

13.30 – 14.00     Poster Tour 1 in the Exhibition Hall

14.00

Chairs: Emin Ergen & Luc Vanden Bossche

Orthopaedic and Return to Sports 

Reducing metal artifacts at MRI after Ligamys Procedure’
Pieter van Dyck, Antwerp, Belgium

14.00

Chairs: Anna Jegier & Tom Teulingkx

Miscellaneous

Women, sports, and stress incontinence
Alexandra Vermandel, Antwerp, Belgium

14.25

Primary repair of the torn ACL: Back to the future?
Jan Victor, Ghent, Belgium

14.20

Risks of traumatic brain injuries in soccer
Jeff Skeen, San Diego, USA/ Arie Tesselaar, Tiel, The Netherlands

14.50

Return to competition after complete anterior cruciate ligament rupture in Belgian soccer competition  
Mathias Cottenie, Leuven, Belgium

14.40

Preparatory muscle activity of the lower limb during jump landings in subjects with chronic ankle instability 
Eline Haghedooren, Leuven, Belgium

15.00

Rates of hamstring graft salvage with arthroscopic debridement of infected anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Kenan Kursumovic, Blackpool, UK

14.50

The hamstring syndrome: A broader view
Peter Verspeelt, Antwerp, Belgium

15.10

Injuries in recreational football players in Turkey
Yigitcan Karanfil, Ankara, Turkey

15.00

Accuracy of ball handling time measurement via a radio-based tracking system
Dino Poimann, Erlangen, Germany

15.20

Posterior ankle impingement syndrome in football players: Case series of 26 elite athletes
Murat Yildirim, Ankara, Turkey

15.10

Eucapnic voluntary hyperventilation test to diagnose exercise-induced bronchoconstriction in young athletes 
Sven Seys, Leuven, Belgium

   

15.20

Measuring power output during cycling: How accurate is the Polar Look Kéo device?
Johan Roeykens, Antwerpen, Belgium

15.30 – 16.00                       Coffee Break in the Exhibition Hall

16.00

Chairs: Kirill Micallef-Stafrace & Stijn Bogaerts

Tendon

Cell therapies in tendon pathologies: The future?'
Cathy Speed, Cambridge, UK

16.00

Chairs: Anca Ionescu & Frank Wezenbeek

Physiotherapy – Prevention and Return to Play

How milestone screening can objectify a return-to-play decision
Frederic Nemery, Ghent, Belgium

16.20

Tendinopathy revisited
Peter Burssens, Ghent, Belgium

16.30

Protein intake and nutritional supplement habits of Belgian athletes
Serge Pieters, Brussels, Belgium

16.35

What about tendon blood flow?
Evi Wezenbeek, Ghent, Belgium

16.55

The preventive effect of the Nordic hamstring exercise on hamstring injuries in amateur soccer players
Nick van der Horst, Utrecht, the Netherlands

16.50

Exploring the effect of a second closely-timed infiltration of PRP to treat proximal patellar tendinopathy 
Jean-François Kaux, Liège, Belgium

17.10

Rehabilitation of patellofemoral pain syndrome: Is there a difference between a standard treatment protocol and specialized treatment protocol?
sabel Denutte, Leuven, Belgium

17.00

Patellar strap and sports tape reduce pain in athletes with patellar tendinopathy: A randomised controlled trial
Astrid de Vries, Groningen, The Netherlands

17.20

Electromyographic assessment of shoulder girdle muscles during common rehabilitation exercises 
Omid Alizadehkhaiyat, Liverpool, UK

17.10

Acute effect of exercise on blood flow in asymptomatic Achilles tendons examined with Doppler ultrasound
Lucie Risch, Potsdam, Germany

   

17.20

Predictive value of imaging characteristics for patellar and Achilles tendinopathy
Ruth IJtsma, Groningen, The Netherlands

   

 

17.00

EFSMA Council of Delegates (Kinepolis, Room 3)
Closed Meeting - On invitation only

19.30

Gala Dinner at the 'Spiegelzaal' (Hall of Mirrors) of the Royal Palace
Separate registration is required.