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Treating Hip Pain in Athletes – Part 2 (Special Testing)

Today on the podcast, we are bringing you part two of our Hip Medical Inservice. 

Which is training I provide for doctoral students at Champion Physical Therapy clinic in Boston to educate medical providers on different injuries in gymnastics.

Last week was a pretty in-depth episode looking at the anatomy and the biomechanics of the hip, assessments, and radiology findings.

In part two, this week, I bridge together the sections of part one and talk about testing and what can you do for assessments and hands-on treatment.

I discuss how to work with someone coming back from an injury and design a program specifically for them.

Plus useful information and research on surgeries, as dealing with somebody who has a labral repair, or a post-op hip can be a little intimidating and often tough to deal with. 

Treating Hip Pain in Athletes – Part 2 (Special Testing)



If you missed part one click the link below:

If you are a medical provider and you’re interested in learning more about different injuries, particularly in gymnastics. 

We have our Shift Symposium coming up in June, a three-day summit with phenomenal medical providers talking about hips, shoulders, knees, meniscus issues, strength, and conditioning, and all sorts of stuff.

It is also eligible for PT and for Athletic Training credits as well, so if you want to check that out, head to:




Hope it helps!

– Dave

Dr. Dave Tilley DPT, SCS, CSCS
CEO/Founder of SHIFT Movement Science