Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.
Ashley Campbell, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS
Dr. Campbell has spent her clinical career rehabilitating athletes at all levels from youth to professional, as well as individuals in the general population. Currently, she works at Belmont University School of Physical Therapy. She also specializes in the assessment and treatment of hip pathology at Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center. Dr. Campbell’s passion…Read full bio
Mike Voight, PT, DHSc, SCS, OCS, ATC, FAPTA
Dr. Michael Voight has had a distinguished career as both an educator and clinical physical therapist for over 25 years. Throughout his career he has not only become one of the leading authorities in the rehabilitation of orthopedic and sports injuries, he has worked tirelessly to advance the knowledge of others as a clinician and…Read full bio
1. Basic Structure and Function
In this first chapter, Dr. Mike Voight introduces participants to the structure and function of the hip, describing anatomical structures and biomechanical factors as they pertain to hip pathology. Special emphasis is placed on the discussion of common differential diagnosis for pain around the hip.
2. Clinical Examination of the Hip
In this chapter, Dr. Voight describes the diagnostic process for identifying and classifying hip injuries, and presents an evidence-based systematic approach to examine the hip. Participants will receive an overview of how an organized physical examination consisting of pertinent tests and measures can be used to identify hip pathology, and will come to understand evidence-based functional assessment and pain provocation maneuvers that may be implemented to evaluate potential hip pathology.
3. Radiologic Examination of the Hip
Radiology as an evaluative tool has proven to be very effective for the examination of the hip. Learn about the routine radiographic tools and evaluation approaches utilized in the diagnostic process. Upon completion of the chapter, participants will be able to describe the most common imaging projections and radiologic observations utilized in the diagnostic process, as well as describe other common imaging studies that are implemented in more advanced diagnostic cases.