Evan Osar & Jenice Mattek

Evan Jenice

About Evan Osar

Dr. Evan Osar is an internationally recognized specialist on assessment, corrective exercise, and injury prevention. He has authored Corrective Exercise Solutions to Common Hip and Shoulder Dysfunction and Amazon #1 Best Seller, The Psoas Solution. He developed the Integrative Movement System™, an evidence-based approach to injury prevention, using exercise to enhance recovery after injury, and athletic performance. Dr. Osar is currently in private practice in South Milwaukee, WI, and is an adjunct faculty member at Rocky Mountain University of Health Sciences. He teaches his proprietary approach to health and fitness professionals that specialize in rehabilitation and corrective exercise, medical fitness, as well as posture and movement education. Dr. Osar’s mission is to empower individuals to achieve health and longevity through proper posture, movement, and exercise.

About Jenice Mattek

Jenice works each day helping clients improve their breathing and experience the benefits of optimal breathing throughout their daily lives. She is also the Director of the Integrative Movement Institute and Chicago Integrative Movement Specialists and co-author of What Lies Beneath: The Under-realized Effects of Breast Abdominal and Pelvic Surgeries. She co-created the Integrative Movement System ™ which is taught to professionals around the world.

Hip Osteoarthritis: The Corrective Exercise Opportunity

The bad news is osteoarthritis is the greatest cause of physical disability in the world. Fitness professionals are essential in addressing osteoarthritis and have a great opportunity to distinguish themselves as a primary solution. During this interactive session, the fitness professional will discover the underlying causes as well as the three most modifiable factors to maintaining joint health. Participants will also learn the best strategies for addressing and improving hip joint stability and mobility. Finally, participants will leave knowing how to easily incorporate assessment, corrective exercise, and functional training into their current programs to improve their clients hip function.


1 - Describe the underlying and modifiable causes of osteoarthritic changes

2 - Demonstrate how to assess for common suboptimal hip strategies that impact posture, movement, and walking

3 - Choose and incorporate the most effective corrective exercises into a comprehensive training program to improve hip mobility and stability

4 - Integrate optimal postural control, mobility, and resistance exercise progressions into a comprehensive training program


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