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Effective Physical Therapy Following Total Hip/Knee Arthroplasty

When: September 5, 2019
7:30 AM
Where: SpringHill Suites Peoria Westlake
2701 W Lake Ave
Peoria, Illinois  61615
United States
Presenter: Sponsor: In-Fit Rehab
Contact: Brett Bussan, PT, MSPT, JD

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Effective Physical Therapy Following Total Hip/Knee Arthroplasty

Course Description: This course was created to improve PTs/PTAs understanding of knee and hip arthroplasty. It will improve the attendee’s understanding of therapy from immedediately following surgery until discharge from therapy services with appropriate post discharge instructions. Most often joint replacement patients progress through therapy with minimal issue. However, many patients have residual deficits following surgery and therapy that could be remedied with adjustments to the therapy plan.


Course Instructors: Brett Bussan, PT, MSPT, JD


Course Objectives: This course benefits the attendee by:

  • Improving the clinician’s understanding of appropriate expectations regarding patient outcomes.
  • Giving the clinician the tools to improve outcomes of complicated knee and hip arthroplasty presentations
  • Improving patient rapport via improved communication regarding attainable outcomes
  • Knowing when to involve the surgeon or refer the patient out for other treatments Improving confidence in applying the most current and best treatments for the post surgical knee and hip patient

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Program Content Area: Orthopaedic
Course Type: Traditional
Instructional Level:
Intended Audience: PT/PTAs
CE Contact Hours: 07.5 CE Hours

Course Approval: IDFPR Approved Sponsor, IDFPR License # 216.000330

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