If participants seize the opportunity to learn throughout the course, then they will have the opportunity to become knowledgeable regarding the following;
- Understand pathoanatomy for helping to direct care and develop appropriate treatment programs.
- Recognize the signs and symptoms between the different trunk and hip pathologies.
- Be able to implement an appropriate treatment protocol for both the non-operative and operative hip patient.
- Be able to perform an examination that identifies intra-articular pathology, extra-articular pathology, trunk pathology or referred signs and symptoms.
- Be able to understand articular and soft tissue structure and its influence on both abnormal joint mechanics and movement dysfunction.
- Be familiar with surgical procedures to best develop appropriate treatment protocols that insure protection of addressed tissues.
- Be able to identify the similarities and differences between athletic pubalgia and hip, spine, and/or medical pathology.
- Be able to develop treatment progressions that expedite recovery and avoid inflammatory setbacks.
- Become familiar with how structural abnormalities and movement dysfunctions must be considered when developing strength and conditioning programs for return to sport or fundamental movement patterns.
- Be able to recognize history and symptoms indicative of helping to direct patient referral to appropriate source of care.
- Relate two strategies for clinical evaluation of the hip using patho-anatomy and compensatory soft tissue differential diagnosis.
- Describe three symptoms that differentiate trunk and hip pathologies.
- Synthesize an appropriate treatment protocol for the non-operative hip patient.
- Contrast and compare two trunk exercises in Open and Closed Chain
- Develop a plan that identifies intra-articular pathology, extra-articular pathology, trunk pathology or referred signs and symptoms.
- Describe three elements in developing an appropriate treatment protocol for a patient following Hip Arthroscopy.
- Synthesize a three step trunk stabilization program
- Relate two similarities between athletic pubalgia and hip, spine, and/or medical pathology.
- Develop a strength and conditioning program for return-to-play athlete taking into account structural abnormalities and movement dysfunctions.
Run Time: 15 hours
Audience: Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants
Certificate: Must pass Exam with 70% or better
Online Forum: Available
Required Equipment: Personal Computer, Tablet, or Smartphone with access to Broadband Internet (<1.5 mbps)
Course Evaluation: Yes
15 hours CE for NATA or ATC's, NYSED for PT's and PTA's
BOC Approval: Northeast Seminars is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers. This program has been approved for (15) hours of Category A continuing education. BOC Approved Provider Home Study Course: #P498
ProCert has awarded certification in the amount of 15 Continuing Competence Units (CCUs) to this activity. CCUs are a unit of relative value of an activity based on its evaluation against a rigorous and comprehensive set of standards representing the quality of an activity. The CCU determination is a valuation applying many factors including, but not limited to, duration of the activity. No conclusion should be drawn that CCUs correlate to time (e.g. hours).
|Instructor(s)||Carl DeRosa, Pete Draovitch, Phil Malloy, Shane Nho|
|Continuing Education State(s)||Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin|