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The Advanced Hip MSI Course is open to physical therapists (PT) and physicians (MD) who are already familiar with the basic Movement System Impairment Syndromes concepts. What you'll get:
9/30 ~ 10/1/2023 two days of intensive learning on femoral and hip movement system impairment syndromes, tibiofemoral rotation syndrome, and introduction to Movement Spectrum
Learn the systematic examination of the lower quarter, with specific attention to the hip joint
Approximately 12 hours of learning
- Access to the recordings of lecture / demo for 90 days from the date of your purchase
- Test your understanding by utilizing the post-course test!
- Save money and time with virtual courses
- Recording access to RobRoy Martin's Sahrmann Lectureship
- CEU's will be approved by the California PT Association, one of the strictest states to approve physical therapy continuing education units
The 2-day hybrid advanced course consists of lectures and lab about movement system impairment (MSI) syndromes of the hip. Tibiofemoral Rotation Syndrome and Movement Spectrum will also be discussed in the lectures. Pre-requisite for this course is the MSI syndromes of the Lumbar Spine course. Participants will focus their learning on femoral and hip MSI syndromes, hip-specific tests, and associated interactions with lumbar spine / knee. Onsite participants will have guided hands-on lab sessions, while virtual participants will have guided postural / movement analysis lab in small groups to practice skills in examination and diagnosis. Lab sessions will be focused on lumbar spine and hip.
Detailed findings from the systematic exam will be tied into functional tasks using the concept of Movement Spectrum (progressive programming).
At conclusion of this course, the participants should be able to
- Describe the kinesiopathologic model
- Understand performance and interpretation of tests of a systematic examination of the hip and lumbar spine, as well as selective tests of the knee joint.
- Describe the MSI syndromes of the lumbar, hip regions and the tibiofemoral rotation syndrome.
- Identify the contributing factors to the above MSI syndromes.
- Use the results of the systematic examination to develop a diagnosis and treatment program that includes appropriate exercises and correction of task performance.
- Apply concepts of the movement spectrum when progressing an intervention program
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