Assessment and Management of the Hip
This six-hour distance based course will provide health care providers with current information concerning the evaluation and management of the hip. Topics covered will include the history and physical examination, diagnostic imaging, manual therapy, taping and rehabilitation. The learner’s participation (time) is actively tracked and logged.
The learner’s time spent studying course materials is tracked electronically. A learning outcome examination is administered at the termination of the course materials. There will be at least three questions for every hour of the class. True/False, multiple choice, short answer and essay questions may be used. A final score of 75% or greater is required for completion of the course. Learners not achieving the pass rate will be directed to additional study by the instructor and allowed to re-take the examination.
- The medical history of a hip patient
- Physical examination of the hip
- Physical examination of the hip & diagnostic imaging
- Movement pattern assessment
- Movement pattern assessment & manual therapies
- Select conditions & Rehabilitation of hip disorders
In this course the learner will:
- Review the pathophysiology of hip pathologies
- Take a focused history pertaining to a hip complaint.
- Describe the pain generators that can cause hip pain.
- Perform a physical examination of the hip joint.
- Indicate which advanced imaging techniques may be appropriate for differential diagnosis of the hip.
- Distinguish abnormal radiographic findings from normal anatomy.
- Describe basic rehabilitation concepts relevant to the hip joint.
- Learn about commonly encountered hip conditions.
- Review the art of history taking as it specifically relates to the hip.
- Know the standard of care concerning the physical examination of the patient with a hip complaint.
- Analyze the history and physical examination to determine a patient care plan.
This syllabus is a representation of the requirements for successful completion of the course, containing the objectives, content, organization, and evaluation processes. It is the student’s responsibility to read, comprehend, and act on the syllabus’ objectives, content, and requirements. The faculty teaching this course reserves the right to reasonably alter the sequence of activities, assignment dates, and evaluation and assignment methods or styles. Every effort will be made to inform the class members in advance of such changes. Students are responsible for following the syllabus and any changes instituted by the faculty. Should there be any questions or need for reasonable interpretation of clarification of the syllabus, the student must contact the lead course instructor/syllabus author(s) to obtain answers to the above.
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