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A Systematic Approach to Assessing the Young Adult with Hip Pain - Part 1

A Systematic Approach to Assessing the Young Adult with Hip Pain - Part 1

A Systematic Approach to Assessing the Young Adult with Hip Pain - Part 1

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Description: There are many systems relevent to the hip region of the body making it difficult to diagnose the source of an individual's pain. This course is meant to provide a structured approach to evaluating a young adult with hip pain. By learning to evaluate key elements of the patient history, the basics of imaging, and the physical examination, it should become easier to identify the problem that is causing the pain.

This course will run through a variety of physcial tests to tease out different potential dianoses. 
 
Objectives:
  • To develop a systematic approach to examining the hip. 
  • To enhance the understanding of causes of hip pain in young adult.
  • To develop a diagnostic strategy when evaluating hip pain in young adult.
 
Audience: Trainees and practitioners who treat hip pain in medical and allied health care fields.
 
The instructors
Dr O.R. (Femi) Ayeni
MD PhD FRCSC Dip Sport Med.
Dr Ayeni is an associate professor of orthopaedic surgery at McMaster University. He is currently the medical director for the Hamilton Tiger Cats (Canadian Football League) and Forge FC (Canadian Premier League) and previously served as the assistant team physician for the New Jersey Nets (National Basketball Association). He has published over 300 academic publications in sports medicine as well as several textbooks focused on sports medicine/research. He is considered a leading authority on hip injuries and conditions in the young adult as this is a substantial portion of his clinical practice. He has spoken widely across the globe on evidence based approaches to evaluate and treat hip related syndromes and conditions.
Course Material included in this course
  • Systematic Approach to Diagnosing and Assessing Patients
  • Introduction
  • Ligamentous Integrity and Standing Assessment
  • Seated Examination
  • Supine Position Examination
  • Lateral Decubitus Position
  • Prone Position
  • Feedback
  • Quiz
  • Conclusion
  • Conclusion
  • Feedback
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