The Hip Symposium - Clinical Medicine, Functional Science and Applications to the Hip and Trunk
8-9 Pathoanatomy and Differential Diagnosis
*This segment will discuss pathoanatomy of the hip from a layer perspective. He will introduce the concept of a Structural Layer, Inert Layer, Contractile Layer and Neurokinetic Layer.
9-10 Clinical Examination and Diagnostic Testing of the Hip Complex
*This segment will discuss key clinical and diagnostic tests for identifying both intra and extra articular hip pathology.
10:00-10:15 Kinematic Testing of the Hip
10:30-11:15 Differentiating Between Referred Pain from the Back
*This segment will address key clinical signs which differentiate between hip and spinal pathology.
11:15-12:15 Soft Tissue Influences to Stability of the Trunk and Hip: Muscle Fascial Dynamics
*This segment will examine how extra articular tissues, including the abdominal mechanism, influence force attenuation and dynamic control of the trunk and hip
1:15-3:00 Analysis of trunk and exercises for both open and closed chain activities
*This segment will serve as a review of the literature of Analysis of Trunk Musculature when performing both traditional and non traditional exercises.
We will look to best interpret when to use either open or closed chain exercises when dealing with specific trunk pathology
3:15-4:15 Athletic Pubalgia Etiology and Treatment
*This segment will identify etiology, diagnostics, treatment and management of one of the major differential diagnoses when dealing with hip pathology in the athletic and active populations.
4:15-5:00 The Effects of Structure and its Influence on Function
*This segment will discuss how individual developmental and acquired structural abnormalities lead to articular and neuromuscular dysfunction.
8:00-9:00 Surgical Intervention for Femoral Acetabular Impingement
*This segment will be used to discuss the specific operative procedures for treating Femoral Acetabular Impingement and associated pathologies which occur with this specific pathology.
9:00-10:00 Surgical Considerations of Extra-articular Structures
*This segment will be used to discuss Extra-articular operative procedures for treating hip pathology. Such procedures could include Bursectomy, Soft Tissue Releases, Tendon repair, or capsular procedures.
10:15-11:00 Phase I and II Hip Arthroscopy Rehabilitation
*This segment will be used to discuss the variance among Phase I and II rehab programs which exist today.
11:00-12:00 Phase III Hip Arthroscopy Rehabilitation
*This segment will discuss phase III rehab considerations in preparation for return to sport or discharge from physical therapy.
1:00- 1:45 Soft Tissue and Mobilization Considerations for both the Non-Operative and Post Operative Patient
*This segment will explain the variable soft tissue and articular techniques used in helping with recovery and knowing when to use the specific techniques.
1:45- 3:00 Kinetic Chain Integration of the Lower Extremity as it Relates to the Hip
*This segment will look to integrate how different parts of the kinetic chain affect the hip. It will look at how LE articular and trunk structure, motion, weakness and dysfunction affect the hip
3:15-4:00 Role of Trunk and Hip Articular Mechanics and Muscular Forces in Running, Jumping, Throwing, Hitting and Kicking
*This segment will look at forces generated and required for the performing the fundamental movement patterns utilized in sport
4:00-5:00 Weight Room Considerations for Hip and Trunk Forces Generated in Fundamental Movements used in Training for Sport
*This segment will be used to discuss return to weight room and program considerations for hip and trunk pathology patients.
|St Louis, MO: November 1 - 2, 2013|
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|Clinicians: Shane Nho, James Porterfield, Phil Malloy, Carl DeRosa and Pete Draovitch|
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*Early Bird* Price: Save $100.00 when you register by 10/1/2013. (Regular Price: $499.00)
November 1 - 2, 2013 (Friday & Saturday)
Registration: 7:00 am
8:00am - 5:00pm (both days)
T.B.D. in St. Louis, MO