Improving Squat Mobility: The Importance of Hip Rotation

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Improving Squat Mobility: The Importance of Hip Rotation

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ClinicalAthlete has now made this webinar available for purchase, after the live version sold out in a week!

Presenter, Dr. Doug Kechijian PT, breaks down the importance of hip rotation for the squat and athletic performance. With over an hour of valuable content, Dr. Kechijian covers several key areas, including: assessment, breathing drills, stretches and movements, as well as a Q & A at the end. A powerpoint presentation accompanies this webinar and is available after purchase. 

Bio of Doug:

Doug Kechijian is a performance-based physical therapist who specializes in treating orthopedic injuries and chronic pain. He recognizes the continuum extending from acute rehabilitation to high-level sports conditioning. His comprehensive and integrated approach helps to not only relieve one’s symptoms, but addresses the underlying biomechanical and neurophysiological patterns that contribute to injury.  A co-founder of Resilient Performance Physical Therapy, Doug consults with professional sports teams and military and law enforcement special mission units. 

 

Also a Pararescue Jumper (PJ) in the Air National Guard, Doug has trained and conducted operational missions with elite military units throughout the world. He is a nationally certified paramedic with advanced training in emergency, trauma, and wilderness medicine.  In 2015, he was selected as the Noncommissioned Officer of the Year by the U.S. Air Force.  


Doug received his AB in Biology from Brown University and MA in Exercise Physiology/Doctor of Physical Therapy from Columbia University. He has undergone advanced training in Postural Restoration, joint and soft tissue manipulation, movement screening, and dry needling.