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Spring Conference Course 1: Hip and Knee: Complex Understanding for Simple Solutions

  • 18-Apr-2020
  • 8:00 AM
  • 19-Apr-2020
  • 3:45 PM
  • The Lodge at Whitefish Lake

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Hip and Knee: Complex Understanding for Simple Solutions

Presented by Eric Meira, PT, DPT

 14 Contact Hours, MT category A 

Full Course information can be found by scrolling down below.

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Provisions:

Provisions include coffee/tea in the morning and lunch at the business meeting. Snacks are not served at breaks. 

Accommodations and Meeting Sites:

Room Block and Meeting Site will be at The Lodge at Whitefish Lake, $99+ (various room sets at different prices; Viking Lodge starts at $99+tax; main lodge starts at $110+tax). Book room by:

1. Telephone: 877.887.4026, ext. 1. Please be sure to mention you are with the MAPTA MEETING..  OR

2. ONLINE  http://lodgeatwhitefishlake.com/groupslogin . Group ID is: MAPTA20  Group PASSWORD is: WHITEFISH

Committees and Board Meeting

April 17, 2020:

  • 5:00 - 6:00pm Legislative Committee Meeting, Site TBA
  • 5:15 - 5:45pm Financial Committee Meeting, Site TBA
  • 6:00 - 8:00pm Board Meeting,  Site TBA

Other tentative meetings which may or may not be held at this particular meeting, option of video stream meeting is available.

  • Delegates
  • Nominating Committee
  • Programming Committee

Business Meeting

Business meeting and elections will be held at noon on Saturday, April 18, 2020 at the CE site. Lunch is included for those registered for the course. Please RSVP if you are not registered (you may register online for this without paying). Please send agenda items to the office or President Christian Appel by March 28, 2020. Final agenda will be posted in the members only section at www.mapta.com by April 8, 2020.

Cancellation Policy

MAPTA reserves the right to refuse/cancel an event registration. If MAPTA refuses a registration, registrants will be offered a full refund.

Registration Cancellation by Participant:

Cancellations will be accepted in writing via email or mail. A $25.00 administration fee will be withheld when cancellation occurs up to ten days prior to the start of the event; 50% refund if cancelled 2-10 days prior; 25% refund if cancelled 0-1 day prior.

Discounts:

Group Discounts:

10% Discount for 3 or more APTA Member PTs/PTAs from one clinic. Fees for all persons must be made with one payment. No exceptions. Credit will not be provided at a later date. Combining discounts (ie Lifetime AND Group) is not applicable. If you need to take advantage of this, call us for a group code to pay online, or mail in your check with participant names.

Student Discounts:

Students may take this course at a rate discounted by 50% of the member and non-member rate, if there is space available prior to the start of the course. This course is a laboratory class with limited space, and therefore we must limit the spaces available at the student rate. If you are a student and would like to attend if we do have extra room for this course, please register for the student waitlist. MAPTA will notify you one week prior to start of the course to offer you a space in the course, if available.

Lifetime Member:

Lifetime members may take any non-limited seating, MAPTA sponsored CE at 50% discount. Combining discounts (ie Lifetime AND Group) is not applicable. If you need to take advantage of this, call us for a group code to pay online, or mail in your check with participant names.

Agenda

Saturday:

7:15 - 8:00am Professional Issues Forum (MAPTA)

8:00am - 12noon Concurrent courses with break, see details below

12noon - 2:00pm MAPTA Business meeting and luncheon

2:00pm - 6:00pm Concurrent courses with break, see details below

6:00pm - Global Health Reception - All PTs and PTAs invited, course enrollment not necessary to attend this reception

7:00pm - No Host Group Dinner in Town. Details to follow

Sunday:

8:000am - 12noon Hip and knee course with break, see details below

12noon - 1:00pm Lunch on your own

1:00pm - 3:45pm Hip and knee course with break, see details below


About the course:

Course Description:

The hip and knee are a complex pairing comprising the structural and functional core of many human movements, from ADL to sport. Rehab professionals such as physical therapists and athletic trainers are in a unique position to evaluate, treat, and oversee the recovery of patients with hip and knee injuries. They also often find themselves in the position to assist with developing injury reduction programs for active populations. Having a deeper understanding of what is known and not known can help professionals develop the most effective programs to address these issues.

This two-day course will include lecture and lab demonstration to explore the complexity of the hip and the knee. Topics including femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), acetabular labral and chondral injuries, gluteal/psoas/patellar tendinopathies, ligamentous injuries, meniscal tears, and patellofemoral pain (PFP) will be discussed. There will also be extensive exploration of postoperative management and return to play strategies for common procedures such as anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR), femoroplasty, and labral and meniscal repairs.

This complex content will be presented in a way that is simple to understand and even simpler to implement by focusing on key concepts in a hierarchical format.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Use a funnel analogy to simplify the complexities of evidence-based practice
  • Describe the current understanding of the mechanisms of injury in non-arthritic intra-articular hip pathologies
  • Perform a simple screen for hip patients that would benefit from early surgical consult and for athletes that may be at higher risk for knee injury or second injury
  • Explain how to manipulate biomechanics to alter symptom presentation in lower extremity dysfunction
  • Summarize the most effective programs for reducing the risk for lower extremity injuries
  • Prioritize primary goals of postoperative rehabilitation to maximize return to sport function
  • Develop a targeted and streamlined exercise progression for maximal benefit
  • Give a basic description of dynamical systems and how that applies to rehabilitation

Course Agenda:

Day One:

7:00am - 8:00am APTA MT Pre Course Professional Forum

8:00 - 12:00pm   with 15 minute break: 

  • Applying science to practice
  • Understanding human movement as a dynamical system
  • Overview of knee pathologies and biomechanics

12:00 - 2:00pm   APTA Montana Business Luncheon

 2:00 - 6:00pm with 15 minute break:

  • Mechanisms of ACL injuries/Injury reduction strategies
  • Operative management of knee pathologies
  • Postoperative rehab of knee pathologies/Return to play decision making

6pm: Global Health Reception: Everyone is welcome to hear from your colleagues that have promoted physical therapy across the globe. Go on the journey with them as they have impacted the lives of individuals and their families, and the communities they live in. Learn of opportunities that exist to promote the health of populations in Montana and beyond. A silent auction will include items collected from various countries around the world to raise funds for continued efforts. Beverages and light appetizers available.

Day two: 

8:00am - 12:00pm with 15 minute break: 

  • Exercise progressions for knee rehabilitation (Lecture/Lab if able)
  • Knee cases
  • Overview of hip pathologies
  • Examination of the hip

12:00pm - 1:00pm   Lunch (on your own)

1:00pm - 3:45pm: 

  • Examination of the hip (continued)
  • Operative and postoperative management of hip pathologies
  • Exercise progressions for hip rehabilitation (Lecture/Lab)
  • Final Comments/Conclusion

About the Speaker

Erik P. Meira, PT, DPT

Erik P. Meira, PT, DPT is currently the clinic director of Black Diamond Physical Therapy in Portland, OR, a clinic that specializes in sports rehabilitation, and is a clinical advisor to the University of Portland NCAA Division I program. He is an ABPTS Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialist and an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with extensive experience in the management of sports injuries at many different levels. Educated at the University of Florida he began his career at The George Washington University Hospital in Washington, DC before relocating to Portland, Oregon.

He has authored several articles and textbook chapters and has lectured privately and at conferences sponsored through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) covering topics such as the hip, knee, shoulder, exercise prescription, returning athletes to sport, science application, and PT practice business models and is a regular reviewer for several medical journals. He is the founder and the original chair of the Hip Special Interest Group of the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy (AASPT) and former chair of the Educational Programming Team. Currently he serves on their Executive Committee as the Representative at Large. He is also the co-host of PT Inquest, a podcast dedicated to understanding physical therapy science, and the author of The Science PT blog.


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