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Hip Pain in the Sports Person:  Part 1 - Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics

Hip Pain in the Sports Person: Part 1 - Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics

Testimonials:

Excellent value for my practice.  Candice Hall, Biokineticist, Cape Town

Good value for my practice.  Elmarie Van Coller, Physiotherapist, Wellington

Good value for my practice.  Mandy Banks, Biokineticist, Cape Town


Until recently, the hip joint was not thought to be a significant cause of problems in the athletic population. Now, thanks to MRI, and hip arthroscopy we have been able to learn more about some of the common underlying causes of groin pain. These will be covered in part one and two of this course.

Part 3 covers the clinical assessment and treatment of labral tears, ligamentum teres tears, synovitis, chondropathy, surgical management, os acetabulare and lateral hip pain.

This on-line course includes ample photos of exercises for hip rehabilitation.



3

CEUs

400.00

Hip Pain in the Sports Person:  Part 2 - Predisposing Factors

Hip Pain in the Sports Person: Part 2 - Predisposing Factors

Testimonials:

Excellent value for my practice.  Elmarie Van Coller, Physiotherapist, Wellington 

Good value for my practice.  Mandy Banks, Biokineticist, Cape Town


Until recently, the hip joint was not thought to be a significant cause of problems in the athletic population. Now, thanks to MRI, and hip arthroscopy we have been able to learn more about some of the common underlying causes of groin pain. These will be covered in part one and two of this course.

Part 3 covers the clinical assessment and treatment of labral tears, ligamentum teres tears, synovitis, chondropathy, surgical management, os acetabulare and lateral hip pain.

This on-line course includes ample photos of exercises for hip rehabilitation.

3

CEUs

400.00

Hip Pain in the Sports Person:  Part 3 - Rehabilitation of the Injured Hip

Hip Pain in the Sports Person: Part 3 - Rehabilitation of the Injured Hip

Testimonial:

Good value for my practice.  Elmarie Van Coller, Physiotherapist, Wellington

 

Until recently, the hip joint was not thought to be a significant cause of problems in the athletic population. Now, thanks to MRI, and hip arthroscopy we have been able to learn more about some of the common underlying causes of groin pain. These will be covered in part one and two of this course.

Part 3 covers the clinical assessment and treatment of labral tears, ligamentum teres tears, synovitis, chondropathy, surgical management, os acetabulare and lateral hip pain.

This on-line course includes ample photos of exercises for hip rehabilitation.

3

CEUs

400.00

The Sporting Hip - Integrated Approach

The Sporting Hip - Integrated Approach

Testimonials:

Excellent value for my practice.  Candyce Hall, Biokineticist, Cape Town

Excellent value for my practice.  Sherril Hulett, Physiotherapist, Cape Town 

Good value for my practice.  Ingrid Sobey, Physiotherapist, Durban


How should you treat elite athletes who present to you with complex pathology (muscle dysfunction, strength and flexibility components and underlying joint dysfunction) and a prolonged history of unsatisfactory previous treatment?

This on-line course provides effective solutions for the rapid resolution of chronic, complex groin and thigh pain involving local myofascial injury with associated joint dysfunction.

3

CEUs

400.00

Radiological Examination of the Hip - Clinical Indications, Methods, and Interpretation:  A Clinical Commentary

Radiological Examination of the Hip - Clinical Indications, Methods, and Interpretation: A Clinical Commentary

History and physical examination can be useful to classify young active individuals with non-arthritic intra-articular hip pathology as having impingement or instability. However, the specific type of deformity leading to symptoms may not be apparent from this evaluation. Several radiological indexes have been described in the literature for individuals with non-arthritic hip pathology.


This course outlines the clinical indications, methods, and interpretation of hip radiological images as it relates to physical examination findings for those with non-arthritic hip pathology.

3

CEUs

400.00

Muscle Energy Techniques:  Lower Quarter: Rectus Femoris and Iliopsoas

Muscle Energy Techniques: Lower Quarter: Rectus Femoris and Iliopsoas

This illustrated on-line course covers the assessment, interpretation and treatment of the following short/tight muscles:

rectus femoris and iliopsoas

3

CEUs

400.00

Muscle Energy Techniques:  Lower Quarter: Hamstrings and TFL

Muscle Energy Techniques: Lower Quarter: Hamstrings and TFL

Testimonial:

Excellent value for my practice.  Sherril Hulett, Physiotherapist, Cape Town

 

This illustrated on-line course covers the assessment, interpretation and treatment of the following short/tight muscles:

  • Hamstrings:
  • Lower and upper hamstrings
  • Tensor fascial lata

3

CEUs

400.00