EVENTS

The Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts
Presents the July Webinar Series with a
Focus on the Hip Complex

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Lecture #1

Microinstability of the Hip and How It Relates to Symptomatic Labral
Tears and Dysplastic Morphology

 

Presenter:
Dr. Thomas Wuerz MD, MSc, MS

 

 

 

CEU: 1.25 Category A

 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the pathological anatomy of hip microinstability.

  2. Explain the dysfunctional pathomechanics of the hip complex as it relates to hip microinstability and symptomatic labral tears and dysplastic morphology.

  3. Relate the pathological anatomy of injury to clinical evaluation findings and diagnostic imaging.

Lecture #2

Understanding the Role of Alternative Therapies in the Treatment of Complex Hip Pathology

 

Presenter:

Jennifer Concannon, DAT, ATC, LAT

 

Date:

Wednesday July 15, 2020 5:00-6:30PM EST

 

CEU: 1.25 Category A

 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Illustrate the pain processing pathways and theories related to acute and chronic pain patterns and the individualized role of pain as it relates to patients with hip pathology.

  2. Explain the concepts of therapeutic objectives and modifiers as it relates to the therapeutic intervention process.

  3. Describe the pain modulation theories and techniques related to dry needling from a localized perspective to a systemic response.

  4. Demonstrate dry needling techniques for patients experiencing symptomatic hip microinstability.

  5. Summarize the pain modulation theories and techniques related to myofascial decompression

  6. Demonstrate myofascial decompression techniques for patients experiencing symptomatic hip microinstability.

Lecture #3

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Hitting the Reset Button: Advanced Manual Therapy Techniques to Restore Mobility, Stability and Symmetry to the Athletic Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Complex

 

Presenter:

Kelly Perkins ATC, LAT, CSCS

 

Date:

Wednesday July 22, 2020 5:00 - 6:30PM EST

 

CEU: 1.25 Category A

 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the gait, stance asymmetries as they relate to somatic dysfunction.

  2. Illustrate palpation of a “barrier” as well as facilitated segments and describe their physiologic significance.

  3. Demonstrate palpation of basic bony landmarks of the pelvis, sacrum and lumbar spine.

  4. Identify common trigger points and referral patterns that can result from pelvic, sacral and lumbar asymmetry with mobility dysfunction.

  5. Analyze asymmetry and compare somatic function between innominate rotations, as well as the sacrum and lumbar spine.

  6. Memorize the proper sequence for evaluating and treating pelvic and lumbo-sacral dysfunction.

  7. Illustrate muscle energy techniques for the pelvic, sacrum and lumbar spine.

Lecture #4

Core Neuromuscular Control: The Prevention
of Injury

 

Presenter:

James Zachaweski ATC, PT, DPT

 

Date:

Wednesday July 29, 2020 5:00 -6:30PM EST

 

CEU: 1.25 Category A

 

Learning Objectives:

1. Define and discuss the concept of “Core Stability” and how it relates to core position, center of mass and the potential impact on injury occurrence and prevention.
2. Understand and discuss how hip strength is integrated with core stability for the prevention of injury.
3. Define and discuss the principles and stages of “stabilization exercises” for the athlete.
4. Identify critical muscle groups and their integration into functional activity and core neuromuscular control. 

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Weymouth MA 02188

 



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