NEXT – A Complete Clinician’s Approach to Musculoskeletal Management of Hip Pain
February 24 - May 15
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After you register, this is your entry point to the weekly content, final exam, and certificate for this course.
Note: If you cannot attend certain sessions, you can review the session recordings within a few days.
24 February (Wednesday) 6:30 – 8:30 pm CST – Pathoanatomy of the Hip
2 March (Tuesday) 5:00 – 7:00 pm CST – Clinical Exam and Interpretation
15 March (Monday) 3:30 – 5:30 pm CST – Treatment Hands-on Management Strategies
19 March (Friday) 1:30 – 3:30 pm CST – Treatment Neuromotor and Sensorimotor management – SenMoCOR
23 March (Tuesday) – 5:00 – 7:00 pm CST – Dry Needling in Hip Pain
31 March (Wednesday) 8:30 – 10:30 pm CST – Evidence Plus in conservative management
8 April (Thursday) 5:00 – 7:00 pm CST – Biopsychosocial aspects of patient-clinician relationship
14 April – (Wednesday) 8:00 – 10:00 pm CST – Pelvic Deltoid – functional implications
16 April – (Friday) 5:00 pm CST – Final Exam is available for 4 weeks from this date.
24 Education Hours: 8 Hours – Online Self Study + 16 Hours – Online Instructor-led Training
IAOM-US-NEXT combines online courses with Online Instructor-Led Training (OILT). You get a very personalized mentoring experience from the comfort of your favorite learning environment.
The IAOM-US NEXT Approach to Complete Clinician in Musculoskeletal Management of Hip Pain course takes an in-depth look at pathoanatomy (including labrum and ligament deficiencies, functional instability, intra-articular joint conditions, chondral defects, muscular dysfunctions, etc.), basic and specific clinical examination of the hip complex, clinical interpretation and differential diagnosis, management suggestions for acute and recurrent/chronic hip conditions, overall conservative management of hip pain among others.
Each week, course participants will log in and receive 2 hours of live skills enhancement around certain patient care considerations – all on a specific case study prepared to develop the knowledge and skills to become a complete clinician. This way participants can see the systematic approach, combining updated evidence and clinical experience/expertise, as it applies to the same case study.
Objectives and Goals
- Exhibit an exact knowledge of pathoanatomy, physiology, and biomechanics for the hip joint complex conditions and related disorders. • Review clinical examination of the hip and related disorders.
- Show an understanding of how to interpret the clinical examination to reach a precise clinical diagnosis of the hip joint dysfunctions and related disorders.
- Perform effective treatment for structural and functional-related pathologies through an accurate understanding of surface anatomy and tissue physiology of the hip joint complex and related disorders.
- Apply a framework for planning the prescription of affliction-specific neuromotor and sensorimotor strategies management for the hip joint complex and related disorders.
- Integrate evidence and experience shared by the instructors into a complete approach in musculoskeletal management of hip complex dysfunctions.