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Hip and Pelvis: Orthopedic Management (24 contact hours) (#441)

Course Level:  Advanced

Item Number:  441

Hours:  24

Price:  $178.00

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Textbook- 422 pages.

 

Description

This course includes the text Orthopedic Management of the Hip and Pelvis (2016) by Scott W. Cheatham, PT, ATC and Morey J Kolber, PT and is a comprehensive guide for the examination and treatment of the hip and pelvic complex. The course covers pathologies of the hip and pelvis to include hip labral tears, femoral acetabular impingement, snapping hip syndrome, joint arthroplasty, women’s health, the dancer’s hip, athletic injuries, the arthritic hip, traumatic injuries and more. Each condition is examined in extensive detail, discussing the common mechanisms of injury, and the best available evidence based conservative management and post op rehab protocols. The course includes potential sinister pathologies that may mimic musculoskeletal pain. From pediatric hip problems through geriatric issues, and including sports and dance discussions, the course presents a wealth of material on problems of the hip and pelvis, covering both conservative management and post surgical. Case studies are included.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------COURSE OBJECTIVES- At the completion of this course, the physical therapy clinician will be able to: 1. Identify anatomy and pathology of the hip and pelvis 2. Apply anatomical and pathomechanical principles in clinic decision-making 3. Recognize the most common hip and pelvis disorders across the lifespan 4. Be familiar with the etiology and classifications of each of the hip and pelvic disorders 5. Recognize common mechanisms of injury and risk factors for each of the disorders presented 6. Identify how hip and pelvis disorders may contribute to or overlap with low back pain 7. List surgical considerations and identify when surgery may be appropriate for each of the disorders presented 8. Describe appropriate prevention and treatment measures for the hip and pelvis problems presented 9. Apply this learning in clinical situations using case studies 10. Identify when to refer patients to other specialists

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Course Reviews

This was a very intense course with valuable information that can be utilized in daily practice.
Darren W., Dec. 5, 2017

The anatomy review was outstanding. All topics were organized so well for anatomy and testing. It was superb, thank you!
Geraldine S. CA & OR PT, Oct. 22, 2017

This was my first course with PTcourses. Very informative and good reference material.
Lori K., Nov. 1, 2016

 

 

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