Full Course Description


Intensive Clinical Orthopedic Certificate Course

OUTLINE: Modules 1-3

Assessment of the Orthopedic joint patient

Video presentations of surgical procedures Including

OUTLINE: Modules 4-6

Actual patient video presentations of surgical procedures:

Acute post-op recovery:

OUTLINE: Modules 7-9

Treatment sessions for the acute through the subacute phase of recovery

Strategies of optimal function for out-patient and beyond

OBJECTIVES

  1. Analyze altered joint mechanics and the advancement of degenerative joint conditions to the staging orthopedic interventions.
  2. Participate in hands-on application of special tests in differentiating joint damage for the shoulder, hip, and knee.
  3. Evaluate the key indications for timing of arthroscopic or joint replacement surgery.
  4. Divide the indications and procedures of TSA and Rev TSA.
  5. Communicate various surgical approaches for THA.
  6. Correlate the intra-operative procedure leading to increased conservative measure time required for THA revision.
  7. Communicate the traditional approaches with MIS and MSS surgical approaches.
  8. Analyze the advantages of computerized and robotic assisted replacement surgeries.
  9. Propose the benefits of a multi-modal approach to post-operative pain.
  10. Analyze the return to activity timeline of the post-surgical patient.
  11. Explore the best practice strategies post-op exercises including UE manual scapular stabilization techniques and closed chain functional exercises of the LE.
  12. Participate in hands-on application of cold therapies, UE immobilizers and point of care PT/INR.
  13. Apply assistive devices correctly to optimize post-op needs.
  14. Role play acute and sub-acute intervention strategies for the total shoulder, hip, and knee patient.
  15. Practice advanced level out-patient intervention strategies for the total shoulder, hip, and knee patient.
  16. Evaluate the latest research to guide treatment decisions for total joint patients.
  17. Assess an orthopedic joint patient so that you don’t overlook any important details.
  18. Explore what is on the horizon for joint replacements.

Program Information

Outline

OUTLINE: DAY 1

Assessment of the Orthopedic joint patient

Video presentations of surgical procedures Including

OUTLINE: DAY 2

Actual patient video presentations of surgical procedures:

Acute post-op recovery:

OUTLINE: DAY 3

Treatment sessions for the acute through the subacute phase of recovery

Strategies of optimal function for out-patient and beyond

 

Objectives

 

  1. Analyze altered joint mechanics and the advancement of degenerative joint conditions to the staging orthopedic interventions.
  2. Participate in hands-on application of special tests in differentiating joint damage for the shoulder, hip, and knee.
  3. Evaluate the key indications for timing of arthroscopic or joint replacement surgery.
  4. Divide the indications and procedures of TSA and Rev TSA.
  5. Communicate various surgical approaches for THA.
  6. Correlate the intra-operative procedure leading to increased conservative measure time required for THA revision.
  7. Communicate the traditional approaches with MIS and MSS surgical approaches.
  8. Analyze the advantages of computerized and robotic assisted replacement surgeries.
  9. Propose the benefits of a multi-modal approach to post-operative pain.
  10. Analyze the return to activity timeline of the post-surgical patient.
  11. Explore the best practice strategies post-op exercises including UE manual scapular stabilization techniques and closed chain functional exercises of the LE.
  12. Participate in hands-on application of cold therapies, UE immobilizers and point of care PT/INR.
  13. Apply assistive devices correctly to optimize post-op needs.
  14. Role play acute and sub-acute intervention strategies for the total shoulder, hip, and knee patient.
  15. Practice advanced level out-patient intervention strategies for the total shoulder, hip, and knee patient.
  16. Evaluate the latest research to guide treatment decisions for total joint patients.
  17. Assess an orthopedic joint patient so that you don’t overlook any important details.
  18. Explore what is on the horizon for joint replacements.

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