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The Hip Complex: Breaking Down Barriers to Better Outcomes

The Hip Complex: Breaking Down Barriers to Better Outcomes

The Hip Complex: Breaking Down Barriers to Better Outcomes

CA$349.00
The instructors
Darryl Yardley
PT, B.Kin (Hons), M.Sc.(PT), M.Cl.Sc.(Manip), FCAMPT

Darryl is currently the Director of Quality, Risk and Therapy Services at the Brant Community Health System. He is the past chair of the Private Practice Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He is a consultant with orthopaedic and neurosurgeons and has a special interest in hip and spine. He is a co-author of, Diagnosis and Management of Femoroacetabular Impingement: An Evidence-Based Approach – Chapter: ‘Evidence for Rehabilitation After FAI Surgery: A guide to Postsurgical Rehabilitation and Supporting Evidence.’ Darryl is the professor of the Business and Entrepreneurship in Physical Therapy course at Western University.

He also lectures at McMaster, University of Toronto and Queen's on business and practice management topics. Darryl is the founder of Mentorship Bootcamp - offering the business training and career mentorship to succeed in today’s competitive market. He consults with many clinic owners to grow their business, and develop the business-acumen of their therapists. He is the co-founder of EnCORE Research, and a partner of the Pelvic Health Research Collaborative. He is the co-founder of Entry to Practice Essentials, the first Canadian PCE study guide.


Jim Millard
PT, B.Sc(PT), M.Cl.Sc(PT), DIP MT(CAN), FCAMPT

Jim is an accredited international teacher for the Mulligan Concept of manual therapy. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (FCAMPT). Jim is past vice chair of the Leadership Division of the CPA.

Jim has been assisting Jack Miller with the Mulligan Concept in Canada since 1997 and passed the teacher certification examination in Vancouver in 2007.

He is a lecturer at Western University in the MClSc PT program. Jim has presented at symposia both provincially and nationally on manual therapy and on therapeutic alliance/communication themes. Jim is a partner at Body Mechanics in London Ontario where he resides with his family.


Erik Schmidt
PT, B.Kin (Hons), M.Sc.(PT), M.Cl.Sc., FCAMPT

Erik is an experienced and dynamic physiotherapist who has attained advanced training in manual therapy and the McKenzie MDT system.

He worked primarily with national-level athletes and closely with the local orthopedic surgeons. He is also a faculty member of NOSM (The Northern Ontario School of Medicine) where he lectures and hosts in-clinic orthopaedic mentorship for R1 and R2 physicians residents.

He now assists as an instructor to the program while concurrently qualifying to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual Therapists, an internationally recognized, highest possible Canadian designation.

Course Material included in this course
  • Patient Experience
  • Welcome!
  • What are the Patient Exercises for?
  • Context
  • Recognizing Types of People
  • The Neuromatrix
  • Biopsychosocial
  • What Patients Want
  • Quiz - Patient Experience
  • Feedback
  • Subjective Assessment
  • Nine Steps of the Subjective Exam
  • Listening is Therapy
  • What Clients and Therapists Want to Know
  • Quiz - Subjective Assessment
  • Feedback
  • Objective Assessment
  • Examination part 1
  • Examination part 2
  • Objective Exam part 1
  • Objective Exam Part 2
  • Quiz - Objective Assessment
  • Feedback
  • Anatomy
  • Osseous Structures
  • Ligamentous Structures
  • Neurology
  • Musculature
  • Quiz - Anatomy
  • Feedback
  • Hip Osteoarthritis
  • Baby Boomers
  • Who Can We Help?
  • What Does and Doesn't Work
  • Quiz - Hip Osteoarthritis
  • Feedback
  • Turning Clinical Skills Into Profit
  • The Patient's Perspective
  • Clinical Skills to Profit
  • The Patient's Journey
  • Client Lifecycle - Communication
  • Client Lifecycle - Treatment Plan
  • Quiz - Turning Clinical Skills Into Profit
  • Feedback
  • Pathologies
  • Pathologies Introduction
  • Tendonitis and Bursitis
  • Causes of Hip Tendinopathy
  • Radiculopathy and Nerve Entrapment
  • Differentiation Between Radiculopathy and Nerve Entrapment
  • Quiz - Pathologies
  • Feedback
  • Assessment and Treatment
  • Hip OA Assessment Part 1
  • Hip OA Assessment Part 2
  • Hip OA Assessment Part 3
  • Hip Traction
  • Hip Mobilizations
  • Quadruped Flexion
  • Exam Demonstration - Labral Tear
  • Testing for Gluteal Tendinopathy
  • Unloading and Strengthening the Hip
  • Dynamically Loading the Hip
  • Nerve Provocation, Tension and Flossing
  • Quiz - Assessment and Treatment
  • Feedback
  • Concluding the Patient Experience
  • Neuromuscular Retraining and Positioning
  • Alternative Treatment Options
  • Pelvic Floor and Interprofessional Collaboration
  • Closing your Assessment
  • Between Assessment and First Treatment
  • Net Promoter Score
  • Closing Statement
  • Quiz - Concluding the Patient Experience
  • Feedback
Patient Exercises included in this course
  • Glute Strengthening Series 1 (Mule Kick)
  • Eccentric Hip Flexors
  • Deep Hip Rotators in Side Lying- Internal Rotation
  • Single Leg Bridge with Perturbation
  • Glute Strengthening Series 3 (Banded Bridge with Stability Ball)
  • Glute Strengthening Series 2 (Fire Hydrant)
  • Hip Flexors with Core
  • Deep Hip Rotators in Side Lying- External Rotation
  • Back of Hip (Posterior Capsule) Stretch
  • Hamstring Mobility
  • Deep Hip External Rotators Strengthening with Band
  • Deep Hip Internal Rotators Strengthening with Band
  • Half Kneel and Core Series
  • Hip ER Combined Hip Opening Exercise
  • Lower Extremity Rolling Pattern
  • Adductor Stretch (kneeling)
  • Hip Adductor Stretch (sitting)
  • Hip Flexor Stretch with Overhead Activation
  • Hip Flexor Stretch with Thoracic Rotation
  • Hip Hinge (standing)
  • Hip Hinge (upright double kneeling position)
  • Isometric Deep Hip Rotators
  • Anterior (front of hip) Capsule Stretch
  • Heel to Bum AAROM
  • Single Leg Deadlift With Dumbbell
  • Arabesque
  • Deep hip rotators in 4-point-kneeling with hip internal rotation (twisting foot outwards)
  • Deep hip rotators on hands and knees with hip external rotation (twisting foot inwards)
  • Single Leg Stance with Rotational Control
  • Single Leg Deadlift
  • Monster Walks
  • Heel to Bum
  • Tummy Time with Glute Setting (with posterior sling)
  • Tummy Time with Glute Setting (with progressions)
Templates included in this course
  • Mobility and Neuromuscular Retraining: Weeks 3 - up to 6
  • Maximum Protection: Weeks 1- up to 3
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