“Snapping” is a common complaint regarding structures in and around the hip joint. Known as coxa saltans, snapping hip syndromes are traditionally classified into three categories: Internal, external, and intra-articular. The associated snapping is most likely caused by a tendon passing over a bony structure or mechanical signs of an intraarticular injury. Approaches to diagnosis and treatment are unique and range from conservative management to surgical procedures
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Learn about Snapping, in the online CE course. Snapping is a common complaint regarding structures in and around the hip joint. Known as coxa saltans, snapping hip syndromes are traditionally classified into three categories: Internal, external, and intra-articular.
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Erik P. Meira, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, is currently the lead physical therapist and clinic director of Black Diamond Physical Therapy in Portland, OR, a clinic that specializes in sports rehabilitation and a clinical advisor to the University of Portland NCAA Division program. He is an APTA 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 a regular reviewer for several medical journals. He is the founder and the original chair of the Hip Special Interest Group of the Sports Physical Therapy Section (SPTS). Within the SPTS, Erik is currently their APTA Combined Sections Meeting Program Chair and the chair for the Educational Programming Team. He is also the co-host of PT Inquest, a podcast dedicated to understanding physical therapy science.
This continuing education course will allow the physical therapist, occupational therapists and physical therapy assistant to receive continuing education credit in their state of licensure. Once the online home study is purchased and downloaded, you have immediate online access to take the online Continuing Education Course Test. There is no need to wait any physical delivery. A link to the download will appear in your myhealthclick account