Improve your assessment, diagnosis, prevention and management of hamstring injuries.
When your patient presents with posterior thigh pain, how will you diagnose if they have a hamstring strain injury (HSI), proximal hamstring tendinopathy (PHT), neural irritation, gluteal tendinopathy? How can you identify pain referral from the lumbar spine, SIJ or hip, ischiofemoral impingement, hamstring myositis ossificans, or another cause?
If you treat a patient with neural irritation, myositis ossificans, lumbar or hip joint referral with a HSI rehab program, it’s likely you’ll aggravate their symptoms. How can you arrive at an accurate diagnosis, use your diagnosis to guide treatment, and improve your treatment results?
Improve your posterior thigh pain assessment, diagnostic accuracy and confidence with this online course with Nick Kendrick. In this course you’ll discover:
As a bonus, to help you prevent and treat hamstring strain injuries, you’ll receive an additional detailed handout that includes:
In the next presentation, you’ll explore evidence-based and novel approaches to hamstring strain injury rehab with Jordi Vicens Bordas.
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