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IC302-2020: Hip Arthroscopy in Athletes - A Sports Specific Approach
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IC302

Hip Arthroscopy in Athletes - A Sports Specific Approach

Marc R. Safran MD; JW Thomas Byrd MD; Christopher M. Larson MD; T. Sean Lynch MD

 

Course Description:

This ICL reviews different hip pathologies, based on specific types of sports, where those pathologies are more common.  These topics will be discussed by experts in the field of sports medicine and hip arthroscopy, and thus have experience treating athletes with these problems, and leading the way in research to best evaluate and manage athletes with these problems.  Specifically, the mechanism of injury, pathophysiology, evaluation and management of these maladies of the hip will be discussed.  This is meant to be an up-to-date primer of the evaluation and management (with rationale) of the athlete with hip pain.  The outline is as follows:

1)  Introduction

2)  Laxity Sports

3)  Contact

4)  Endurance Sports (triathlons, ultra-marathons)

5)  Unilateral Arm Dominant Sports (baseball, tennis, golf)

 

Course Objectives:

  • At the end of the ICL, the attendee will have learned about the evaluation of athlete's hip pain
  • At the end of the ICL, the attendee will have learned about the management options for hip pain in the athlete
  • At the end of the ICL, the attendee will have learned about the outcomes of hip arthroscopy in the athlete
Faculty
  • Mark R. Safran MD
  • JW Thomas Byrd MD
  • Christopher M. Larson MD
  • T. Sean Lynch MD
Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Expires on 08/01/2023
Cost: Member: $20.00
Non-Member: $30.00
Credit Offered: 1.5 CME Credits
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