Dynamic Stabilisation of the Hip and Pelvis
Learn about the different facets of hip muscle function (more than just strength) and dysfunction (more than just weakness),and the implications this has for muscle & movement assessment and therapeutic exercise prescription around the hip & pelvis.
Duration: approx. 4 – 4.5 Hrs
SynopsisThis course reviews available literature on musculature of the hip, and draws on the PhD research and 25 years of clinical experience of the presenter to bring to you the evidence base for assessment and rehabilitation strategies for Dynamic Stabilisation of the Hip & Pelvis. Duration: approx. 4 - 4.5 Hrs
AimsThis 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.
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|Module 1||Introduction and Background|
|This module introduces the course, and introduces background information concerning stability systems of the hip and pelvis.|
|Unit 1||Introduction to Dynamic Stabilisation of the Hip and Pelvis|
|Unit 2||Intrapelvic stability mechanisms|
|Unit 3||Stability Systems of the Hip Joint|
|Module 2||Research and Findings|
|This module presents scientific research findings and clinical interpretation for practical application in therapeutic exercise prescription for the hip and pelvis.|
|Unit 1||Gluteus maximus|
|Unit 2||The Hip Abductor Synergy|
|Unit 3||The Hip Flexor Synergy|
|Unit 4||The Hip Adductor Synergy|
|Unit 5||The External Rotators of the Hip|
|Module 3||Summary and Conclusions|
|This module presents a summary of the course, and includes reference list and a self-directed quiz.|
|Unit 1||Summary, References & Quiz|