Lumbopelvic Dysfunction - Narrated Presentation

Apr 28, 2010   John

This narrated presentation reviews two types of dysfunction that are becoming more and more prevalent in all areas of sport - femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and the mysterious "sports hernia" or "sportsman's hernia." It seems as though with the implementation of improved off season training/regularly increased training volumes during the off season these injuries have become symptomatic more often. The goal of this presentation is to provide a basic understanding of these conditions, so you can integrate these concepts into your programming/rehab, ultimately keeping the athlete pain free and functioning at a high level.

Editors note: there is a mention of a "slipped capital epiphysis" within the presentation - I had mistakenly stated that this would normally be painful - these are typically NOT painful. I just didn't want to go back and re-narrate the entire presentation - my apologies.



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