The Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Connection

Differential Diagnosis of Lumbar, SIJ, and Hip Pathology.

Wednesday December 7th at 8:00 pm EST.
Duration 90 minutes

 

The diagnosis and treatment of patients who have lumbar spine, sacroiliac and/or hip pathologies may be a challenge because of their overlapping clinical presentation. This could subsequently influence determining an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment, which may delay recovery for your patient. Successful management of lumbo-pelvic-hip pathologies requires a thorough clinical reasoning approach to differentiate the signs and symptoms of these conditions in various populations.

This webinar will review overlapping clinical features between lumbar spine, sacroiliac and hip pathologies to improve your differential diagnosis ability using an evidence-informed clinical reasoning approach. Screening for serious pathologies will also be presented.

* Please note that this webinar will be presented entirely in English.

CATA Member Price: $20.00
CATA members earn 0.6 CEUs

Non-member Price: $40.00


 

Speaker: Dr. Michael Boni,

Dr. Michael Boni is an Associate Professor and the Associate Director of the Athletic Therapy Program within the School of Kinesiology and Health Science at York University. He completed a Post-Professional Doctor of Science Degree from Andrews University in Michigan and is a highly experienced Certified Athletic Therapist and Physiotherapist. He is a National Examiner and Lead Instructor in the Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Program with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and maintains a clinical practice focused on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise for spine related conditions. His research explores the effect of soft tissue mobilization on muscle function.