Within the past decade, hip arthroscopy has become one of the fastest-growing orthopedic procedures in the United States. Some figures suggest a 150% rise in arthroscopies in adult and pediatric populations.
The major etiologies for persistent pain after hip arthroscopy falls into the following five major categories:
- Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)
- Intra-articular pathologies
- Extra-articular factors
Because new surgical procedures are constantly evolving, it is the responsibility of the physical therapist to stay up to date with the most current rehabilitation techniques facilitating a quicker return to work with improved quality of life.
This course covers the latest progression criteria for phase-based physical therapy protocols, indications, contraindications, the latest post-op protocols, and clinical practice guidelines from 2020.
Candidates are going to be immersed in interactive case studies, pop-up questions, and critical thinking.
At the end of the webinar, the participant will be able to :
- List 4 indications for hip arthroplasty
- List 4 complications of early and late hip arthroplasty
- Develop Physical therapy protocols tailored to individual patients
- Knowledgeable of phased progression of physical therapy