Program Description

This compact, convenient program will provide a greater understanding of normal and pathological states of the athlete’s hip. A series of four sessions will include a complete overview of the evaluation, non-surgical treatment, and surgical correction of the athlete’s hip in all compartments: central, peripheral, peri-trochanteric and posterior. Integration of clinical expertise with the best available clinical evidence into the decision-making process for patient care will be presented to address clinical challenges relevant to everyday practice.




 Mark Your Calendar! 


May 27 - Webinar 1: Intraarticular Introduction
May 28 - Webinar 2: Intraarticular Techniques
June 3 - Webinar 3: Extraarticular Introduction
June 4 - Webinar 4: Extraarticular Techniques  

 

 

Registration Pricing 

For those who register for the live webinar,
you will have access to the recordings online in approximately 24 hours after airing.

AOSSM Member:
Webinar 1: $25
Webinar 2:
$35
Webinar 3:
$25
Webinar 4:
$35


All Four Webinars: $99
BEST VALUE - Save $21
     
AOSSM Non- Member:

Webinar 1: 
$45
Webinar 2: 
$65
Webinar 3: 
$45
Webinar 4: 
$65


All Four Webinars: $199
  BEST VALUE - Save $21

  Fellows:


Registration is required, but cost is 
FREE 
 

Registration:
May 27 - Webinar 1: Intraarticular Introduction
May 28 - Webinar 2: Intraarticular Techniques
June 3 - Webinar 3: Extraarticular Introduction
June 4 - Webinar 4: Extraarticular Techniques 
Webinar Bundle 


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 Learning Objectives 

Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

  • Describe normal and pathologic hip kinematics in the athlete’s hip
  • Describe and perform a complete physical exam, radiographic analysis, and then determine and identify non-operative and operative treatment plans
  • Describe the setup, portal placements, fluoroscopic management, and techniques for repair and resection in hip preservation surgery
  • Describe arthroscopic and open hip preservation techniques in the central compartment (labral and articular, psoas and pincer pathology), and peripheral compartment (cam and capsular pathology)
  • Describe arthroscopic and open hip preservation techniques in the peritrochanteric space and deep gluteal space






Accreditation

The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.



 Credit Designation

AOSSM designates this live activity for a maximum of 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.