Female Athlete Triad
Upon completion of this session, you should be able to:
1. Explain the relationship between low energy availability, amenorrhea, and bone health.
2. Relate problems commonly associated with the female athlete: ACL injury, stress fractures, menstrual dysfunction, bone disorders, and eating disorders with the condition of Female Athlete Triad.
3. Use evidence-based tools, recommendations and guidelines to provide routine screening, early diagnosis, and management (including return to play) for patients at risk for Female Athlete Triad.
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Siobhan M Statuta, MD, CAQ-SM, Director, Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship; Assistant Professor, Family Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation; Team Physician, University of Virginia Sports Medicine, University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville
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