In this course, renowned board-certified orthopedic specialist, Dr. John O’Halloran, guides healthcare professionals on a history of joint replacement for the shoulder, hip and knee. Beginning with an overview of the facts and figures of the Baby Boomer generation, ideal candidates for the various types of joint replacements, the course explores advantages of therapeutic rehabilitation and facts and figures about arthritis and its treatment.
The course explains the significant recent surgical changes in joint replacement today versus yesteryear and how they impact today's rehab professional. By the end of this course, healthcare professionals will learn 20 new exercises and gain a comprehensive understanding of many facets of total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA), Total hip arthroplasty (THA) and total knee arthroplasty (TKA) including statistical data, surgical techniques, both traditional and investigational, rehabilitation and outcomes as well as future implications.
|Contact Hours: 5||
Video Course Format: Video
|Instructional Level: Intermediate||BOC Level of Difficulty: Advanced|
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- What We Need to Know
- Boomer Surgeries and New Technology- Durability
- Baby Boomers and Young Patients
- Arthritis: Research, Factors, Treatments
- Outcome measurements
- Joint replacement marketing
- Therapeutic Compliance
- The MD Exam
- Early Hip Stretching-acute care
- Gait assistive exercises
- Chair Core Exercises & Core Stability
- Shoulder Arthroplasty –TSA
- Intro to TSA, Pre and Post Op
- ROM Expectations and Examples
- Research and Rehabilitation
- TSA Rehabilitation exercises –all post-op stages
- Returning to Sports and Weight Training
- Rehab Outcomes
- Reverse TSA history, research and rehab stages
- Hip Arthroplasty: History and stats
- Minimally Invasive Hip Surgery, types and Bearing Surfaces
- Metal on Metal THA history and implications
- Hip Resurfacing Problems with Traditional THA
- Facilitating Hip Stabilizers and Flexor Stretching Video Lab Demonstrations
- Examples of Early Phase Rehab Session
- Late Stage and Chronic Weakness Assessments
- Recommendations Following THA
- Facilitating Hip Stabilizers Early Hip Flexor Stretching
- Example of an early phase rehab session
- Late stage and chronic weakness implications
- Recommendations of return to activity
- Total Knee Arthoplasty: Rehab Facts, Figures, Stats
- TKA Traditional vs Tissue Sparring -Advantages -Disadvantages
- Computer Assisted TKR vs Traditional TKR
- Factors That Affect Function Following TKA
- Will I get more ROM in my knee after TKA
- Why TKR patients get stiff
- Activities Allowed Following TKA
- Long Term Results
- Therapeutic exercises –LAB Demos
Course Goals & Objectives:
This course is intended to instruct the professional through a self-paced study of joint replacement rehabilitation for the shoulder, hip and knee. The course is also intended to teach 20 new exercises for the joint replacement patient in all settings.
- Identify the age facts and figures of the Baby Boomer generation.
- List three advantages of physical activity.
- Identify the facts and figures of arthritis including rankings for causing disability in Americans and percentage of Americans affected by the disease.
- Recognize three factors that affect arthritis.
- Identify three generally accepted orthopedic treatment of arthritis.
- Recognize 3 advantages of early core and proximal work.
- Recognize the history and statistical data of total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA).
- Identify the traditional surgical techniques for TSA.
- Identify investigational surgical techniques of TSA such as resurfacing.
- Recognize three key rehabilitation objective following TSA
- Identify outcome data for TSA.
- List surgical precautions, rehabilitation precautions and treatment goals following TSA.
- Recognize the indication for a reverse TSA.
- Identify the phases of rehabilitation following reverse TSA.
- Identify the history and statistical data of hip arthroplasty.
- Identify the surgical procedures of a traditional hip arthroplasty (THA)
- Identify three hip precautions and three reasons why hips dislocate.
- Describe the history and statistical data of knee arthroplasty.
- Recognize the different surgical approaches in TKA.
- Identify outcome data for TKA.
- Recognize the outcomes of Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) utilization.
- Identify the phases of rehabilitation following TKA
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Contact Hours: 5 contact hours in length (check your state’s approval status in the state specific course catalog for your profession).
Target Audience: Physical Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistant, Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Certified Athletic Trainer
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
Financial – John O’Halloran is employed by O’Halloran Consulting and receives a salary. She receives payment from HomeCEU for the presentation of this course.
Nonfinancial - no relevant nonfinancial relationship exists.
Content Disclosure: This course does not focus solely on any specific product or service
Cancellation Policy: For activity cancellation, returns, or complaint resolution, please contact Anne Osborn by email Anne@HomeCEU or by phone at 1.800.55.4CEUS (2387). We have a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Refunds will be issued for courses that have not been completed (exam not taken), or for any course that has been rejected by your board of approval. Webinar attendance must be canceled 24 hours before the scheduled start time.