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Treatment and Rehabilitation - Total Hip Replacement, Part 2

Author: Jassin M. Jouria, MD
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CE: 3.5 hours Pharmacology: 0.5 hour
Rated 4.7 out of 5.0 based on 2131 reviews

Course Summary

Arthritis, fractures, and repetitive strain can cause significant pain in the hip joint over time, but hip replacement surgery is an option for many patients each year in the United States. Plastic, ceramic, and metal components can be used to wholly replace the ball-and-socket hip joint and restore mobility in patients. Although most patients who undergo total hip replacement surgery are either retired or elderly, it can be useful for any patient who suffers pain that is not relieved by traditional methods. Rehabilitation that is clinic-based or home-based is discussed in terms of expected outcomes of success as well as factors that may limit the patient’s full recovery. This is part 2 of a 2 - part course.

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Course Syllabus


Rehabilitation Of Total Hip Replacement

         Hospital Course of Care

         Safety Tips to Mobilizing

         Four to Seven Days After Surgery

Rehabilitation Facility And Discharge Home

         Managing Post-operative Pain

         After Discharge Home

Outpatient Physical Therapy

Self-directed Physical Therapy

Medications And Supplements


         Narcotics (opioids)

         Analgesic Drugs


         Blood Thinners

         Osteoporosis, Calcium and Vitamin D

         Homeopathic Medicine



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