ETALKS #1 - OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE HIP & GROIN - PRACTICAL TIPS
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Andrew Wallis gives us unique insights into his objective assessment of the Hip and Groin. This highly practical tutorial will go through important aspects of the assessment that are often missed. In particular, how to recognise signs of instability and dysplasia.
Andrew is currently employed as the head physiotherapist at St. Kilda Football Club, a position he has held since 2007. Privately, he works at Lifecare Malvern Sports Medicine Centre and Melbourne Orthopaedic Group in association with several of Melbourne’s leading surgeons and sports physicians.
He is also a clinical supervisor on the Master’s program at La Trobe University.
Over the last 20 years, Andrew has developed a special interest in hip and groin pathology having worked in both a clinical setting and within the elite sporting environment with Melbourne Victory, Adelaide Thunderbirds, SACA Redbacks, V8 Supercars, triathlon and athletics.
Andrew has developed an evidence based assessment and treatment model for pathology related to the hip and groin. He also enjoys treating problems related to lower limb biomechanics and muscular injury, in addition to knee, ankle and foot pathology.
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