Multidisciplinary Treatment for Non-Arthritic Hip Pain
November 30, 2018
Biomedical Research Tower | 460 W 12th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210
Non-arthritic hip pain is a common condition encountered by physicians and clinicians in their practice. Overlapping clinical symptoms make it a challenge to diagnose a patient’s condition and an effective treatment plan depends on an accurate diagnosis. Ohio State Sports Medicine is bringing together some of the most distinguished practitioners in non-arthritis hip pain and hip preservation to present a multidisciplinary clinical care model for active individuals with hip pain.
Our experts will cover a range of pathologies including femoroacetabular impingement, labral tears, greater trochanteric pain syndrome, gluteal/hamstring tendinopathy and piriformis syndrome. They will discuss a range of treatment options including physical therapy, biologics, movement pattern training, proper technique/form with weight training and endurance training and joint restorative surgical options. Additionally, they will give an overview of some the latest research on hip pain in active individuals.