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Dynamic Stabilisation of the Hip & Pelvis

Assessment and rehabilitation strategies for Dynamic Stabilisation of the Hip & Pelvis.

Do you sometimes find it difficult to remember the anatomy and specific functions of all the muscles around the hip and pelvis? Is your toolbox for hip muscle assessment and rehabilitation strategies a little limited? Do you see many patients who fail to adequately stabilise their pelvis on their femur, or perhaps have more specific issues with stability across the hip joint or pelvis? Then this is the course for you. However, this hip and pelvis stabilisation course is not just about rehabilitating those with true stability issues, but is more broadly a hip rehab course that provides a firm foundation for assessment and therapeutic exercise of the hip and pelvis.

This course reviews available literature on musculature of the hip, and draws on the research studies and 30 years of clinical experience of the presenter to bring to you the evidence base and clinical implications for assessment and exercise based rehabilitation strategies for the hip & pelvis.

  • 4.5 hours of online video tutorials
  • Downloadable PDF notes
  • 3-months unlimited access (ongoing access provided with current Hip Academy Membership)
  • Downloadable professional development certificate

This hip rehab course aims to

  • Enhance clinical reasoning, and skills for development of therapeutic exercise for the hip & pelvis
  • Challenge participants to re-examine their own clinical practice in the light of the presented evidence base
  • Stimulate new thought & provide direction for those who may be interested in contributing to the research base that is shaping contemporary clinical practice in this field.

This hip rehab course is included when you sign up for the Mastering Movement of the Hip and Pelvis Workshop. It is also included in Hip Academy Membership.


Dr Alison Grimaldi

With over 30 years of clinical experience and particular expertise in the management of hip, groin and lumbo-pelvic pain and dysfunction, Dr Alison Grimaldi is Principal Physiotherapist at Physiotec and an Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at the University of Queensland. View profile

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    • Introduction and Background
      • Intrapelvic Stability Mechanisms
      • Stability Systems of the Hip Joint
    • Research and Findings
      • Gluteus maximus
      • The Hip Abductor Synergy
      • The Hip Flexor Synergy
      • The Hip Adductor Synergy
      • The External Rotators of the Hip
    • Summary and Conclusions
      • Summary, References & Quiz