397: Assessment and Problem Solving for the Hip
This hands-on workshop will address the functional anatomy of the hip and explore useful assessment techniques that health professionals can use to determine the action of the hip and its chain reaction throughout the whole body. Attendees will gain an understanding of the expected biomechanical reactions of movement as well as some of the common compensations. Based upon the findings from these assessments, program design strategies can then be created to successfully address the issues and goals of the client. After attending this session, attendees will view movement from an entirely different perspective and develop a new thought process for program design and exercise prescription.