This physiotherapy webinar is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) Syndrome, the most common cause of hip-related pain. FAI is a clinical syndrome that results in abnormal contact between the femoral head and acetabulum, leading to cartilage and labral damage and hip pain.
FAI is often mistaken for osteoarthritis of the hip, making it a critical condition for physiotherapists to diagnose and treat accurately. Participants in this webinar will gain a deep understanding of the pathophysiology, population demographics, and symptomatology of FAI, covering Pincer, cam, and combination FAI.
The webinar will also delve into radiographic findings and evidence-based rehabilitation techniques. Participants will learn how to identify and diagnose FAI accurately, enabling them to develop targeted treatment plans that address the underlying pathology. The course is designed to provide practical skills and knowledge that participants can apply in clinical settings, improving patient outcomes and quality of life.
Topics covered in the webinar include:
- Pathophysiology of FAI Syndrome
- Population demographics and symptomatology
- Pincer, cam, and combination FAI
- Radiographic findings
- Evidence-based rehabilitation techniques
This webinar is ideal for physiotherapists who want to enhance their diagnostic and treatment skills for FAI Syndrome, providing them with the tools necessary to deliver better care for their patients. With a focus on practical skills and knowledge, this course is designed to help physiotherapists achieve better outcomes and improve the lives of their patients.
The objectives of this physiotherapy webinar on FAI syndrome are designed to equip attendees with the skills and knowledge necessary to accurately diagnose and treat this common cause of hip-related pain. By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:
Differentiate between the pathophysiology of the three types of FAI (Pincer, cam, and combination FAI) to accurately diagnose FAI syndrome and develop targeted treatment plans.
Identify the symptomology of the three types of FAI to improve diagnostic accuracy and develop effective treatment plans for patients.
List three rehabilitation strategies for FAI to improve patient outcomes and quality of life, including evidence-based techniques for strengthening, flexibility, and pain management.
Through a combination of expert instruction, case studies, and practical exercises, participants in this webinar will gain a deep understanding of FAI syndrome and develop the skills necessary to provide targeted, effective treatment. By achieving these objectives, participants will be able to provide better care for their patients and improve clinical outcomes.