Groin Pain is a common condition experienced by young adolescents, athletes. This could be secondary to result of a muscle, ligament, or tendon strain, alternatively or in addition due to underlying systemic condition. This webinar explains the different eitiology, differential diagnosis of Neurological causes, musculoskeletal causes, systemic causes of groin pain. The learner will be proficient with Evidence based rehabilitation program for groin strain and pain.
At the end of this webinar the candidate will be able to:
- List 3 systemic reasons and differential diagnosis of groin pain
- LIst 3 musculoskeletal reasons for groin pain.
- List 3 neurological reasons for groin pain.
Audience: Physiotherapists, physiotherapy assistants, Athletic trainers
RINA PANDYA, PT. DPT, APTA (USA) HCPC (UK),MCSP (UK)
Rina Pandya, PT, DPT, received her entry level physical therapy degree from the School of Allied Health Sciences Manipal, India and her post professional doctoral degree from the University of Michigan- Flint. Having practiced physical therapy in four countries including India, Oman, the United Kingdom and the United States coupled with administrative experiences as a rehabilitation manager; Dr. Pandya shares an eclectic model of practice that maximizes autonomous care. As an avid believer of lifelong professional learning, Dr. Pandya has taken an extensive number of professional development courses and certifications that allow her to teach contemporary practice to clinicians. Dr. Pandya’s appreciation for evidence-based practice continues following completion of a formal research methods program offered through the Manchester School of Physiotherapy in the United Kingdom. Dr. Pandya’s passion for teaching and learning along with the joy in helping clinicians succeed makes her an apt instructor for this course.
- Member of Indian Association of Physiotherapists- MIAP (India)
- American Physical Therapy Association- APTA (USA)
- Health and Care Professional Council - HCPC (UK)
- Member of Chartered society of Physiotherapists- MCSP(UK)