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唐納紐曼髖關解剖學與肌動學解析: Kinesiology and Anatomy of the Hip ─ Foundations for Function and Treatment
【主辦/協辦單位】 Organizer
主辦單位:
宏甫物理治療所
協辦單位:
提供以下學分:物理治療、職能治療、運動傷害防護、復健醫學醫會學分
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【上課日期/地點】 Date/Venue
上課日期 Date : 2019-11/30~12/1
上課地點 Venue : 張榮發基金會801樓國際會議廳
【講師介紹】 Instructor

Donald A. Neumann 唐納.紐曼 博士


Donald A. Neumann, PhD, PT, FAPTA: Dr. Neumann received a B.S. in physical therapy from the University of Florida. After several years of practice and teaching in rehabilitation of persons with spinal cord injury, he received a Ph.D. in Exercise Science from the University of Iowa. In 1986, he joined Marquette University where he is currently Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy. Don has received multiple high-level awards from the American Physical Therapy Association that have recognized his teaching, writing, research and international service. Dr Neumann received a Teacher of the Year Award at Marquette University, and was named Wisconsin's College Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation. In 2015, he was awarded the Educational Service Award by the World Confederation of Physical Therapy (WCPT). Dr. Neumann has received Fulbright Scholarships to teach in Lithuania, Hungary, and Japan. He is the author of Human Kinesiology: Foundations for Rehabilitation, published by Elsevier, 2017, and co-author of Essentials of Kinesiology for the Physical Therapist Assistant, Elsevier, 2019. In 2005, Dr. Neumann authored a chapter on the Hip, published in the 41st edition of British Gray’s Anatomy. (He is currently working on an expanded hip chapter for the 42sd edition of Gray’s Anatomy, to be published in 2020.) Donald has served as an Associate Editor of JOSPT from 2002-2015.


【課程簡介】 Introduction

This 2-day course presents a summation of 40 years of Dr Neumann’s teachings, study, practice, and writings on aspects related to the kinesiology of the hip. Dr Neumann has lectured and written extensively on this topic, including his internationally acclaimed kinesiology textbook, chapters on the Hip published in British Gray’s Anatomy, and several well-respected journal articles and book chapters.

This course will explore the important structural and functional relationships within the musculoskeletal system of the hip. This presentation will provide an excellent foundation for clinical evaluation and treatment of the hip joint and immediately surrounding areas. This material will help understand how to maximize the function of a healthy hip and one with pathology, from pediatrics to geriatrics. Lecture material is grounded in the research literature and coupled with years of dissection experience by the speaker. Clinical examples of pathokinesiology will be incorporated into the course.

Dr Neumann’s lectures are enhanced by over 100 original kinesiologic illustrations and several unique teaching models and dissection videos. Each illustration clearly describes the anatomic and mechanical basis for movement and control between the femur, pelvis, and lumbar spine, providing the basis many evaluation and treatment approaches.

This course will be beneficial for physical therapists, physicians, personal and athletic trainers, coaches, yoga and Pilate instructors, and other professionals who deal with movement and function of the hip and lower limb. 
 

  • Course Objectives:

After this course, participants shall be able to:

  • describe how the morphology of the acetabulum and proximal femur affects the mechanical stress and stability of the hip.
  • Cite the major muscle drive for all motions of the hip, while the lower limb in contact with the ground and when it is free.
  • Understand the role of the ligaments and capsule of the hip in providing stability to the joint.
  • Relate movements at the hip to the natural movements at the lumbar spine.
  • Describe the kinesiologic synergies that exist between the muscles of the hip, knee and lower trunk.
  • Understand the role of the hip abductor muscles in generating forces and stability at the hip.
  • Understand the biomechanical reasoning behind many principles of hip joint “protection.”
  • Incorporate kinesiological principles that guide evaluation and treatment strategies for neuro-musculoskeletal pathological conditions of the hip and low back region.
  • Relate the posture of the hip to the metabolic efficiency of standing and walking.
【課程大綱】 Outline
  • Time Agenda

Time

DAY One

09:00~10:30

Arthrology of the Hip: Part I (Bone and Articular Structure) Part I

10:30~10:45

Tea break

10:45~12:00

Arthrology of the Hip: Part II (Capsular and Soft Tissue Anatomy)

12:00~13:15

LUNCH BREAK

13:15~14:45

Kinematics of the Hip and Related Lumbo-Pelvic Movements: Part I

14:45~15:00

Tea Break

15:00~16:00

Kinematics of the Hip and Related Lumbo-Pelvic Movements:

Part II / Introduction to Muscles of the Hip

16:00~16:30

Summary, Q & A SESSION, CLOSE OF DAY

Time

DAY Two

09:00~10:30

Muscle and Joint Interactions of the HIP and Lumbopelvic Region: Hip Flexors 

10:30~10:45

Tea break

10:45~12:00

Muscle and Joint Interactions: Hip Extensors and Adductors  

12:00~13:15

LUNCH BREAK

13:15~14:45

Topics - Muscle and Joint Interactions: Hip Abductors

14:45~15:00

Tea Break

15:00~16:00

Muscle and Joint Interactions: Hip Internal and External Rotators  

16:00~16:30

Summary, Q & A SESSION, CLOSE OF COURSE

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【課程資訊】 Course information
課程編碼 Course Code:DONN20191130
報名起始日 Registration start date:2019-02-14
報名截止日 Registration deadline:2019-12-01
報名費:10000 .元

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