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Hip Conditions in the Young Adult

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Hip Conditions in the Young Adult

Hip Conditions in the Young Adult

This course includes
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There are many systems relevant to the hip region of the body making it difficult to diagnose the source of an individual's pain. This course is meant to provide a structured approach to evaluating a young adult with hip pain.


Learning objectives

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of hip imaging and diagnostic techniques
  • Familiarization with strategies that enable the development of clinical practice that involves the management of hip conditions
  • Develop an understanding of the appropriate use of non-operative interventions and strategies from allied health professionals
  • Acquire an understanding of how to formulate a management plan for hip disorders and further knowledge in hip arthroscopy and other surgical procedures



This course is open to physicians (Incl. chiropractors, naturopaths, etc.), allied health professionals (Incl. physiotherapists, occupational therapists, etc.), and trainees (Incl. fellows, residents, medical students, etc.).


Guest speakers

  1. Waleed Kishta, MBBCH, PhD, FRCSC, FACS (Assistant Professor Orthopaedic Surgery at McMaster University)
  2. Etienne L. Belzile, MD, FRCSC (Associate Professor, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery at Université Laval)
  3. Naveen Parasu, MD, FRCPC (Associate Professor in Diagnostic Imaging at McMaster University)
  4. Daniel B. Whelan, MD, FRCSC, MSc (St. Michael’s Hospital, University of Toronto)
  5. Hema N Choudur, MD, FRCPC (Professor of Radiology at McMaster University)
  6. Ryan Degen, MD, FRCSC, MSc (Associate Professor at Western University, Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic)
  7. Jovan R. Laskovski, MD (Residency Program Director, Crystal Clinic Orthopaedic Center)
  8. Daniel M. Tushinski, BA, MD, FRCSC, MSc(C) (Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, McMaster University)
  9. Darryl Yardley, PT
  10. Brittany Vandyken, BSc, MScPT
  11. Carla Edwards, MD, FRCP(C) (Sports Psychiatrist, Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University)
  12. Matt Nichol, B.Ed, M.Kin (McMaster University)
  13. Tony Andrade, MBBS, FRCS (Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading Orthopaedic Centre)
  14. Ryan Williams, BPHE, MD, FRCPC (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Assistant Clinical Professor McMaster)
  15. Paul S. Shim, MD, FRCSC (Brockville General Hospital)
  16. Danny P. Goal, MD, MBA, MSc, FRCSC (Clinical Associate Professor, UBC Department of Orthopaedic Surgery)
  17. Dr. K. Johnston, MD, FRCSC (Clinical Assistant Professor and Chief, Cummings School of Medicine, University of Calgary)
  18. Thierry Pauyo, MD, FRCSC (Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, McGill University)
The instructors
Dr O.R. (Femi) Ayeni
MD PhD FRCSC Dip Sport Med.

Dr. Ayeni is a Professor and the Division Head of Orthopaedic Surgery at McMaster University. He is currently the medical director for the Hamilton Tiger Cats (Canadian Football League) and Forge FC (Canadian Premier League) and previously served as the assistant team physician for the New Jersey Nets (National Basketball Association).

Dr. Ayeni has published over 300 academic publications in sports medicine as well as several textbooks focused on sports medicine/research. He is considered a leading authority on hip injuries and conditions in the young adult as this is a substantial portion of his clinical practice. He has spoken widely across the globe on evidence based approaches to evaluate and treat hip related syndromes and conditions.

Course Material included in this course
  • Section 1
  • Pediatric Hip Conditions
  • Complex Deformities in the Young Adult Hip and Management
  • Pre-operative Findings for FAI and Labrum
  • Hip Arthroscopy Indications
  • Questions Part 1
  • Feedback
  • Section 2
  • The Classic: Arthroscopic Management of FAI
  • Post-operative Findings for FAI, Capsule, and Labrum
  • Hamstring and Abductor Injuries
  • Endoscopic Hamstring Repair
  • Total Hip Arthroplasty in the Young Patient
  • What is Possible with the Arthroscope
  • Questions Part 2
  • Feedback
  • Section 3
  • Non-Operative Management of FAI & the Labrum
  • Pelvic Rehabilitation, Indications, and Outcomes in the Young Adult with Hip Pain
  • Psychological Factors Impacting Return to Sport
  • Return to Play After Hip Injury
  • Questions Part 3
  • Feedback
  • Section 4
  • Lessons Learned in Hip Preservation Surgery
  • Questions Part 4
  • Feedback
  • Section 5
  • Injectables in the Hip
  • The 5 P's to Starting Hip Arthroscopy
  • Surgical Training in 2020: Insights Using Immersive Technologies
  • Questions Part 5
  • Feedback
  • Section 6
  • Surgical Hip Dislocation: A Difficult Case
  • Pediatric Hip Dysplasia: A Difficult Case
  • Questions Part 6
  • Feedback
  • Section 7
  • FIRST: Femeroacetabular Impingement Randomised Controlled Trial
  • Conclusion
  • Feedback
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