This is an incredible book that has several attributes that make it a valuable addition to the practice of physical therapists, hand therapists, and orthopedic practitioners of any level: student, resident, or surgeon in practice. One important quality of this book is that for each area of the body it has a concise and informative summary of the most common conditions and injuries that affect that area. This assures that everyone in the team treating the patient has as much knowledge as possible about the injury and the rationale for the treatment and rehabilitation. Each chapter provides rehabilitation protocols for the injuries discussed in the chapter so that the rationale of the protocol is provided and readily available. The information has been updated and provides the latest and most up-to-date approach to clinical orthopedic rehabilitation.
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- Chapter 38- Foot and Ankle Fractures
- Chapter 39- Ankle Sprains
- Chapter 40- Ankle-Specific Perturbation Training
- Chapter 41- Chronic Ankle Instability
- Chapter 43- Inferior Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)
- Chapter 44- Achilles Tendinopathy
- Chapter 45- Achilles Tendon Rupture
- Chapter 46- First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Sprain (Turf Toe)
- Chapter 47- Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries
- Chapter 49- Gender Issues in ACL Injury
- Chapter 50- Functional Testing, Functional Training, and Criteria for Return to Play After ACL Reconstruction
- Chapter 51- Functional Performance Measures and Sports-Specific Rehabilitation for Lower Extremity Injuries: A Guide for a Safe Return to Sports
- Chapter 52- Treatment and Rehabilitation of Arthrofibrosis of the Knee
- Chapter 53- Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries
- Chapter 54- Medial Collateral Ligament Injuries
- Chapter 55- Meniscal Injuries
- Chapter 56- Patellofemoral Disorders
- Chapter 57- Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction
- Chapter 58- Hip Strength and Kinematics in Patellofemoral Syndrome
- Chapter 59- Overuse Syndromes of the KneeChapter 29- Upper Extremity Interval Throwing Progressions
- Chapter 60- Patellar Tendon Ruptures
- Chapter 61- Articular Cartilage Procedures of the Knee
- Chapter 62- The Arthritic Knee
- Chapter 63- Total Knee Replacement Protocol
- Chapter 64- Hip Injuries
- Chapter 65- The Arthritic Hip
- Chapter 66- Total Hip Replacement Rehabilitation: Progression and Restrictions
- Chapter 67- Groin Pain
- Chapter 68- Hamstring Muscle Injuries in Athletes
- Chapter 69- Athletic Pubalgia
- Chapter 70- Femoro-acetabular Impingement: Labral Repair and Reconstruction
Course Goals & Objectives:
This course is intended to instruct the professional the most up-to-date approach to clinical orthopedic rehabilitation.
At the end of this course the professional will be able to:
- List 5 types of talus fractures.
- Define Lisfranc joint.
- Recognize the most stable position of the ankle.
- Identify 3 grades of ankle sprains.
- Define perturbation training.
- Identify 4 mechanical factors of chronic ankle instability.
- Recognize the three portions of the plantar fascia.
- List 4 signs and symptoms of medial heel pain.
- Define Thompson squeeze test.
- Identify 5 goals outlined by Strom and Casillas after repair of Achilles tendon rupture.
- Identify which joint is involved with Turf Toe.
- List 6 disadvantages of allografts.
- Identify the percentage of ACL injuries that occur from noncontact mechanism.
- Recognize the most concerning long-term risk of any lower extremity injury.
- Define Proprioception.
- List 4 types of classifications of arthrofibrosis.
- Identify 2 functional bundles of the PCL.
- Recognize 3 grades used in classification of PCL injuries.
- Recognize the primary static medial stabilizer of the knee.
- Identify the mobility of the medial meniscus and lateral meniscus.
- Recognize possible etiologies of patellofemoral pain.
- Identify positioning for Lateral Pull Test.
- Identify 3 contraindications for MPFL reconstruction.
- Define FPPA.
- Identify primary functions of the IT band.
- Recognize 2 main mechanisms that cause failure of the patellar tendon.
- Identify 3 phases of the articular cartilage rehabilitation.
- Recognize older age as the most frequently cited cause of OA.
- Identify 6 criteria to diagnose OA.
- List 4 relative contraindications to osteotomy.
- Identify recommended types of sports after a total joint replacement of the hip.
- Identify 3 groups of pathology around the hip.
- Recognize 5 main categories of arthroscopic procedures in the hip.
- Recognize the classic clinical test for hip arthritis.
- List 4 anterior total hip precautions.
- Recognize signs associated with a deep vein thrombosis.
- Identify 2 criteria for return to sport.
- Identify 2 major factors in re-injury of the hamstrings.
- Recognize muscle strains can be classified into 3 types.
- Identify 4 risk factors for athletic pubalgia.
- Recognize activities that can cause femoro-acetabular impingement.
Contact Hours: 10
Target Audience: Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants
Instructional Level: Intermediate
Criteria for Completion: Criteria for Completion: A score of 70% or more is considered passing. Scores of less than 70% indicate a failure to understand the material and the test will need to be taken again until a passing score has been achieved
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