Hip injuries are quite common. It’s a challenging and frustrating ordeal if you suffer from one. You can, however, do a number of exercises to speed up your recovery and lessen the time you’re in pain. A hip injury should not stop you from exercising. However, you should use the correct exercises to assist in your healing. If your injury has affected your life, you may be able to mend it with some care and attention. With the right rehab course, you can assist your hip to recover whether you’re a beginner or an expert athlete.
A hip injury is an all-too-common occurrence, particularly in individuals with an active lifestyle. When the hip is injured, it places increased pressure on the joints and increases the likelihood of injury to neighboring areas. Despite the hip’s critical function in maintaining the ankle, knee, and back injury-free, exercise programs usually neglect it. This four-hour course will teach you about the essential structures of the hip, how to assess the hip to determine if it is ready for exercise, and various progression exercises for arthritic hip rehabilitation, hip replacement, piriformis syndrome, SI joint dysfunction, and groin strain.
- Identify the critical structures encompassed in the hip
- Assessment of the hip to determine exercise readiness and exercise level
- Exercise rehabilitation programs for the arthritic hip, hip replacement, piriformis syndrome, SI joint dysfunction, and groin strain
- CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS: 4.0 BCRPA / 4.0 BCAK / 4.0 CMTBC / CSEP 4.0 PDC
- LOCATION: Douglas College (Royal Ave & 8th St) – New Westminster, BC
- ROOM: 1630
- DATES: Saturday, May 5, 2012 – 1:15 pm to 5:30 pm (4 contact hours)
- $77 plus HST – pre-registration before May 2
- $97 plus HST – late registration after May 2
The course fee includes a comprehensive and detailed course manual.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
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- 8:45 am – 10:00 am
- 10:00 am-11:00 am
- 11:00 am – 11:15 am
- 11:15 am – 12:30 pm
- 12:30 pm – 1:15 pm
Rick Kaselj, MS