Hip replacement is the most common orthopaedic operation nowadays, and with an aging population this trend is certain to continue. As movement educators we can play an integral role in both the prehab and rehab phases of the hip replacement process. Open to teachers of all levels, this course clarifies what a hip replacement is, when it is recommended, and the issues associated with hip replacement surgery. We also look at a variety of highly recommended exercises and movement techniques for people in the prehab and rehab stages of hip replacement.
- Gain an understanding of hip replacements: who qualifies for the operation, what the surgery entails, and the projected outcomes
- Discover how to intervene in the prehab stage of a hip replacement surgery
- Explore ways to help in recovery
- Learn how to help restore function post-surgery
Questions: [email protected]
Related Specialist programs
Related Continuing Education courses
Check our schedule for the course that suits your goals and your lifestyle. Register TODAY!
Use the Locations filter to search for events offered at your preferred location.
Use the Sign Up button or the contact info listed in the description to reserve your spot.
Mobile view shows start date/time only. Check DETAILS for all relevant dates/times and details.