• Professions

    PT, PTA, ATC & NDs

  • Contact Hours

    13 CEUs/CCUs

  • State Approvals

    Multi-State, See Below

  • Course Format

    Self Study / Web Based

  • Course Access

    Unlimited, 24/7

  • Certificate of Completion

    Printable CE Certificate

Course Description

The hips are the true linchpins of the body! They provide the foundation for both the spinal system and the knees & feet. Hip muscle imbalances or inefficiencies can have profound negative effects. Therefore, having a clear understanding of how the hips function and influence the rest of the system is crucial. In this fun and thought provoking course you'll observe, analyze and actively participate in movement-based exercises while learning new treatment strategies designed for immediate use at the clinic. This course was created to give you a birds’ eye view of how to use dynamic movement training to treat the myriad of conditions seen in this area. 

Traumatic Hip & Thigh Issues: 

  • Femoral or acetabular fractures 
  • Traumatic labral tears 
  • Post-surgical (total hip, FAI or labral surgery) 
  • Groin strains & hamstring tears/strains  

 

Repetitive Stress or Degenerative Injuries: 

  • Trochanteric pain syndrome & osteoarthritis
  • Femuro-acetabular impingement & labral issues
  • Snapping hip & gluteus medius tendinosis 
  • Hip flexor tendon or bursae issues 
  • Hamstring insertion pain or bursitis and piriformis syndrome 

 

This approach goes beyond stretching and strengthening muscles. Use the Dynamic Integrated Movement concepts in this course to improve patient compliance, outcomes and extrapolation to daily activities. Connecting the dots between exercise and ADLs is imperative for long lasting results! 

This multi-media lab course features 8 hrs of video recorded labs,  interspersed within the written material and separated by chapters.  All videos are linked and easily accessible.

GORDON BROWNE, PT

Physical Therapist, Author & Instructor

I started my physical therapy career in the early 1980’s. Yes, I've been around awhile! Growing up as a movement junkie, I enjoyed games, sports and martial arts. I went to PT school hoping to learn about movement. I learned lots of great stuff in my rehab training, but learning about how the body moves or how to get a body to move better was not one of them. For this, I had to venture outside traditional rehab sources. I have studied the Feldenkrais Method, T’ai Chi, Yoga and Qi Gong over the last 30 years, and have incorporated elements of these movement systems into my PT practice. Learning and utilizing these systems opened my eyes to the unintentional mistakes and erroneous assumptions seen in much of both rehab related and fitness related exercise. I knew I wasn't alone in my search so I started teaching continuing education courses to rehab professionals in 1999 hoping to share this knowledge with my colleagues. I've written 2 books: A Manual Therapists' Guide to Movement (book & audio) and Outsmarting Low Back Pain (booklet & video).

Course Outline

    1. Introduction & The Basics

    1. Professional Identity & Integrated Movement

    2. Language & Science of Integrated Movement

    3. Targets, Styles & Teaching Techniques

    4. Chapter 2 Quiz

    1. Pain Models, Paradigms & Overview

    2. Safety Reminders & Lab Themes

    3. Chapter 3 Quiz

    1. Hip Pain Categorizations & Solutions

    2. AP Hip Stresses & Asking Questions

    3. Determining AP Pelvic Bias

    4. First Exercise Pair

    5. Second Exercise Pair & Lab Wrap Up

    6. Chapter 4 Quiz

    1. Hip Diagonal Basics

    2. First Exercise

    3. Diagonal Stresses & Hip Stabilization

    4. Second/Third Exercise Sets & Lab Wrap

    5. Chapter 5 Quiz

    1. Minimizing Effort

    2. Lab Exercise Pair

    3. Chapter 6 Quiz

About this course

  • $140.00
  • 37 lessons

Course Objectives

At the completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain difference between Static Integration & Dynamic Integration exercise in terms of waist muscle vs hip muscle control of the pelvis.

  • Define the Pelvic Force Couple muscle synergy & list its’ benefits in gait.

  • List the 2 Phases of Motor Learning in which rehabilitation professionals play an important role when working with people with repetitive-stress hip pain or trauma recovery.

  • Explain the strategy of Reciprocating Movements for the purpose of hip muscle & pelvic force couple Antagonist Balancing.

  • List 3 Principles of Optimal Movement & give examples of common hip or thigh conditions resulting from sub-optimal movement or postural patterns.

  • Explain the importance of Internal Attentional Focus when working with hip instability issues—labral, FAI, piriformis syndrome, trochanteric pain syndrome, etc.

  • List 4 Integrated Movement Teaching Strategies— suggested by Motor Control Theories and the Transfer Principle— that make exercise ‘informational’.

CEUs & State Approvals

We Work Hard So You Don't Have To

This 13 hour online course has been approved and/or meets continuing education requirements as noted below.


*APPROVED:

- Texas Physical Therapy Association

- New Mexico Board of Physical Therapy


Approvals In Other States:


PT/PTA:  *This course meets your board requirements - No pre-approval required: AL, AZ (Cat A), CO (Cat 1), CT, GA, IA, KS, MO, ND (meets ND requirement for approved units), NE (10 hr max home study), NH, SC & WA.


PT/PTA: *Your board accepts courses approved by other state PT Boards/Associations: AK, AZ (Cat A), DC, DE, GA, HI, ID, IN, MI, MO, MS, MT (Cat A), NC, OR (required examination included), PA, RI, SD, TN (Class 1, 10 hr online max), UT, VA, VT, WI & WY.


*Please note that due to the changing nature of state requirements for continuing education, Therapeutic Movement Seminars suggests you contact your state licensing board or association for the most current information on continuing education, specific rules and regulations. 

Refund Policy

Once the course is purchased and accessed online, there are no refunds available.