Uncover the nuances of hip joint anatomy, diagnostic connections to prevalent pathologies, and hone clinical evaluation skills. Through engaging case studies and expert-led discussions, elevate your expertise in diagnosis, complications management, and rehabilitation strategies. Join us for a learning experience tailored for clinicians seeking a deeper understanding of hip arthroscopy in a convenient online format.
Live WebinarWed, Mar 13, 2024 at 2:00 pm EDT
CEUs/Hours Offered: AK/3.0; AL/3.0; AR/3.0; AZ/3.0; BOC/3.0; CA/3.0; CO/3.0; CT/3.0; DC/3.0; DE/3.0; FL/3.0; GA/3.0; HI/3.0; IA/3.0; IACET/0.3; ID/3.0; IL/3.0; IN/3.0; KS/3.0; MA/3.0; ME/3.0; MI/3.0; MO/3.0; MS/3.0; MT/3.0; NC/3.0; ND/3.0; NE/3.0; NH/3.0; NY/3.0; OK/3.0; OR/3.0; PA/3.0; RI/3.0; SC/3.0; SD/3.0; TN/3.0; TX/3.0; UT/3.0; VA/3.0; VT/3.0; WA/3.0; WI/3.0; WY/3.0
- After this course, participants will be able to list four indications for hip arthroplasty, based on the hip joint's anatomy and its significance in diagnosing various pathologies.
- After this course, participants will be able to identify four complications associated with both early and late stages of hip arthroplasty.
- After this course, participants will be able to identify evidence-based postoperative rehabilitation protocols for hip arthroscopy patients, encompassing immediate post-op care and phased rehabilitation strategies.
- After this course, participants will be able to list the phased progression of physical therapy interventions.
|Comprehensive Knowledge of Hip Joint Anatomy. Anatomy of the Hip Joint Structural components, biomechanics, and variations Diagnostic Relevance to Various Pathologies Connection of anatomy to hip pathologies
|Complications of Hip Arthroscopy. Overview of Hip Arthroscopy Brief introduction and indications Early Complications: Infection, nerve injury, vascular complications, labral tears Late Complications: Persistent pain, osteoarthritis, hardware-related issues, complications from rehabilitation
|Postoperative Rehabilitation Protocols; Evidence-Based Rehabilitation Protocols: Immediate post-op and phased approaches Specific exercises for different pathologies, tailored exercises for labral tears, FAI, and post-surgical patients Phased Progression of Physical Therapy: Understanding the progressive stages of rehabilitation
|Evidence based practice and case studies
Dr. Rina Pandya, PT, DPT, has an extensive physical therapy career that spans over 20 years, through the UK, the USA, and the Middle East. She has worked in NHS (National Health Service), American health care providing PT services in acute care, in-patient rehab, skilled nursing facility, home healthcare, and outpatient clinic. In addition to being a clinician, she has developed specialty programs based on evidence-based practice in her role as a project manager. She has also managed a Physical Therapy department as Department Head in a premier private hospital in Oman. Currently, Dr. Rina is a senior lecturer of physiotherapy (musculoskeletal physiotherapy) at the University of West England, Bristol, UK, and an author of a pocket book series titled Orthopedic Assessments Made Easy.
Rina graduated from Manipal University, India, in 2000, as well as the University of Michigan, in 2018 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy. Rina is a member of the APTA, HCPC-UK, and OAP-Oman.
Non-financial: Rina Pandya has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
Sponsor Disclosure: This Course is presented by PhysicalTherapy.com, a Continued site.
Content Disclosure: This learning event does not focus exclusively on any specific product or service.
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