****This webinar is intended for Healthcare Professionals Only.
Clinical Pearls of Hip Joint Management, Rehabilitation and Performance
This webinar is an overview of the global considerations in evaluation and management of hip pain. We discuss the role of looking at parts, patterns, and performance on assessment as well as the importance of the anatomy of the hip and pelvis. The global concept of regional interdependence and posture in both static and dynamic situations is considered in building out treatment principles for stability and neuromechanical issues surrounding the hip.
The seminar would benefit professionals who work in a clinical or performance setting with a predominantly healthy, active population.
- Discuss Regional Interdependence of the hip and the core.
- Describe Hip Impingement Anatomy as well as functional impingement considerations
- Review treatment progressions for addressing hip dysfunction and imbalance – emphasizing the importance of a whole-body approach
- Define Posture and the hip – Soft Tissue Relationships and important anatomy
About the Presenter:
Ashley Campbell, DPT
Dr. Ashley Campbell graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Belmont University. She has worked extensively with athletes at all levels including PGA, NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB. Ashley lectures nationally and internationally on topics ranging from hip rehabilitation, to injury prevention and functional movement, including speaking at the International Society for Hip Arthroscopy. She is a lead instructor with Advances in Clinical Education, and holds an Adjunct Faculty position with Belmont University’s School of Physical Therapy in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. She serves as the managing editor of the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy.
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