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The Groin region accounts for nearly 13% of all sports injuries. While the hip can be implicated in 1 in a every 2 lumbo-pelvic and thigh injuries. This course will build upon the Sporting Hip & Groin, and will start to address more complex aspects of the lumbo-pelvic-hip-pubic joint complexIt will cover the latest thinking in differential diagnosis and draw links between clinical practice and evidenced based research. Putting into context the balance between the notion of clinical entities and the various consensus statements that have been published to providing clarity in the clinical paradigm to help with treatment approaches of the patient in front of you.
This course will expand upon concepts and science presented in the original course, delving deeper into Radiology; clarity around Femoro-Acetabular Impingement Syndrome (FAIS); the role of hip micro-instability; more advanced mechanics looking at the hip on pelvis and the pelvis on hip interaction; sports specific movements like change of direction and kicking; more detail on key muscles function like adductor Magnus and Ilio-Psoas; and their balance with the rotator cuff of the hip. There will be more advanced exercise prescription, exploring how to truly get correct adaptation and how to provide circuit style loading for optimal return to function.
The original Sporting Hip & Groin course was first established in 2004, and has been delivered to over 2000 therapists in the UK, as well as internationally. The course covers a collection of published research articles and ideas brought together by the teachings of many leading clinicians we have come into contact with over the years. We have drawn on experiences with track and field over a nine year period, and four Olympic cycles, (Beijing 2008 & London 2012; Rio 2016; Tokyo 2020); through time in professional rugby (Both England and Saracens); consulting for some of the top clubs in the Premier League, Championship and Internationally for over 12years; as well as running the Intensive Rehabilitation Unit (IRU) for all Olympic athletes through Sochi 2014; Rio 2016; PyeongChang 2018; and Tokyo 2020. Our aim is to piece together all the research and place into context for clinical practice providing a framework for assessing and treating what is a challenging yet rewarding area – Advanced Sporting Hip & Groin
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