Get Hip to the Hip: An Interactive and Practical Lecture/Lab
Timothy L. Fagerson, PT, DPT, MS March 2010
In this course, Dr. Tim Fagerson will present selected pearls relevant to the Bodyworker on anatomy, mechanics, diagnosis, surgery and bodywork techniques for the hip and then open up the floor for the audience to pick Tim’s brain in discussion, debate, and demonstration of techniques. Come with questions, leave with answers!
Dr. Timothy L. Fagerson graduated in 1988 in Physiotherapy at The Queens College, Glasgow, Scotland. He worked at Glasgow Royal Infirmary and with rugby and soccer teams in Scotland from 1988-1990. In 1990, he joined the staff at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts to work in their outpatient and orthopaedic departments. While at Massachusetts General Hospital, he pursued an advanced Master of Science degree in Orthopaedic-Sport Physical Therapy and subsequently a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree through the Institute of Health Professions at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Fagerson has been based in Wellesley, MA since 1998 where he practiced for 7 years in the private practice of Dr. Daniel Dyrek. In August 2005, Dr. Fagerson started SOSPT, Inc., (Spine-Orthopedic-Sport Physical Therapy) where he practices the art and science of physical therapy in the evaluation and treatment of hip problems and other spine, orthopaedic and sport related dysfunctions.
Timothy L. Fagerson, DPT is the author of The Hip Handbook, several professional papers and book chapters on the subject of the hip. He has also presented seminars, lectures, and professional papers on the hip over the last decade. Dr. Fagerson is on faculty at the Graduate Programs in Physical Therapy at the MGH Institute of Health Professions at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA.
Editorial Review of The Hip Handbook from Amazon.com "Timothy Fagerson has written an excellent handbook on the often neglected hip joint. This handbook gives the reader a complete review of the hip joint...Each chapter is well written and researched, providing a great deal of practical information...The Hip Handbook is an excellent reference text for PT clinics and PT educational programs. Mr. Fagerson has done a masterful job with the organization and editing of this book." -- Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy