Erik Meira: Hip & Knee course
22 september 2017 – 23 september 2017
We doorlopen in deze 2-daagse Tweedaagse – Heupscholing Kniescholing Erik Meira – alle onderzoek en behandelmogelijkheden rondom de knie en de heup. Deze praktische Heupscholing Kniescholing Erik Meira geeft je handvatten om daarna zelf aan de slag te gaan en alles wordt gekoppeld aan de meest recente literatuur. Lees hieronder meer over de inhoud van de scholing en bekijk het programma voor de twee dagen.
The hip and knee are a complex pairing comprising the structural and functional core of many human movements, from ADL to sport. Rehab professionals such as physical therapists and athletic trainers are in a unique position to evaluate, treat, and oversee the recovery of patients with hip and knee injuries. They also often find themselves in the position to assist with developing injury reduction programs for active populations. Having a deeper understanding of what is known and not known can help professionals develop the most effective programs to address these issues.
This two-day course will include lecture and lab demonstration to explore the complexity of the hip and the knee. Topics including femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), acetabular labral and chondral injuries, tendinopathies in the region such as gluteal, psoas, and patellar, ligamentous injuries, meniscal tears, and patellofemoral pain (PFP) will be discussed. There will also be extensive exploration of postoperative management and return to play strategies for common procedures such as anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR), femoroplasty, and labral and meniscal repairs.
This complex content will be presented in a way that is simple to understand and even simpler to implement by focusing on key concepts in a hierarchical format.
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