Hip Pain: Causes and Differential Diagnosis
An Evidence Based Practice Solution

Hip Pain: Causes and Differential Diagnosis is a three-hour seminar that utilizes current evidence-based practice and is a detailed, comprehensive summary of multiple reasons for hip and buttock pain. It looks at hip pain and dysfunction from the anterior, lateral, and posterior aspects. Hip Pain: Causes and Differential Diagnosis incorporates everything from serious pathology and statin muscle involvement to lumbar, Sacro Iliac, and hip pathologies. By applying the current research, this seminar is highly relevant to the diagnosis and treatment of hip dysfunction.

You will learn the information which will assist them in diagnosing a serious pathology that should be referred to a Physician.

  • Vascular

  • Visceral

  • Infection and Malignancy

  • Spondyloarthropathies

  • Fractures and Avulsions

  • Statins SAMS

You will be given the information to enable you to understand the signs and symptoms of posterior pathologies that can affect the hip. 

  • Lumbar Radiculopathy

  • SI Joint Dysfunction

  • Thoracolumbar Involvement

  • Peripheral Entrapment of the Sciatic Nerve

  • Deep Gluteal Syndrome

  • Soft Tissue Related Buttock Pain

  • Hip-Related Posterior Pain

You will learn the multiple causes of anterior hip and thigh pain in your patients.

  • Osteoarthritis of the Hip

  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee

  • Labral Tears

  • Femoral Acetabular Impingement

  • Inguinal Ligament Disruption

  • Inguinal Hernia

  • Cutaneous Nerve Impingement

You will learn the latest and most current evidence-based practice research on Greater Trochanter Pain Syndrome

  • Gluteal Tendinopathy

  • Gluteal Bursitis

  • Greater Trochanter Pain Syndrome

  • Assessment, Treatment, and Outcome Measures for GTPS

    You will learn the signs and symptoms of hip pain specific to the regions and the suggested assessments and treatment programs that are being used.  There are Clinical Prediction Rules that have been developed in the assessment of a number of pathologies that affect the hip, lumbar spine, and SI joint.

    My goal for you at the end of this course is to have an improved overall view of a number of significant situations that can affect or refer to the hip.


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