- Speaking Engagements
- 2018 May - LJ Lee - Hamilton, ON, Canada - McMaster University - Evening Lecture
Groin Pain & Optimal Hip Function
An Evening Lecture with Dr. Linda-Joy (LJ) Lee
Current evidence for effective treatment of groin pain highlights the challenging nature of all types of groin pain.
It is recognized that restoring abdominal function & pelvic girdle function are important factors to address in the rehabilitation of these problems. In some cases, this approach is successful. However, in other similarly presenting cases, local treatment to the pelvis & hips yields minimal results and can sometimes cause a worsening of symptoms. What are the clinical features that enable the clinician to decide when to optimize hip & pelvic girdle function to address groin pain, and when to look more distally?
For the most efficient and effective treatment of groin pain, a robust whole body, whole person clinical reasoning framework is required. The ConnectTherapy™ & Thoracic Ring Approach™ models provide the clinician with such frameworks and will be illustrated in this lecture by patient case examples of the assessment & treatment of groin pain & restoring optimal hip & pelvic girdle function. An update on classification of types of groin pain & key outcome measures in groin pain will also be discussed.
There is no charge for this lecture but to register your interest in attending, please email Anita Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Location: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
- Date(s): May 9, 2018 - 7pm to 9pm
- Duration: 1 Day