1414 Orthopedic Surgery Rehabilitation: Literature Review

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Lit. review: rehab after orthopedic surgery in older adults. The five included articles cover family caregiver issues, return to sports after shoulder or knee replacement, and the influence of exercise on outcomes after hip or knee arthroplasty. The articles are linked in the PDF, we are not able to provide them directly due to copy right laws, but all the articles are free to download using the links we provide.



Available Course Credits

Alaska State PT & OT Board 6.00
Arizona State Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Arkansas State Board of Physcial Thearpy 6.00
California Physical Therapy Board 6.00
Colorado Division of Professions and Occupations 6.00
Delaware Examining Board of Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers 6.00
District Of Columbia Department of Health 6.00
FPTA 6.00
Georgia State Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Hawaii Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Idaho Physical Therapy Licensure Board 6.00
Illinois Department of Professional Regulation 6.00
Indiana Physical Therapy Board 6.00
Iowa Board of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy 6.00
Kansas State Board of Healing Arts 6.00
Kentucky Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Louisiana Physical Therapy Board 6.00
Maine Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Maryland Board of Physical Therapy 0.60
Massachusetts Board of Allied Health Professionals 6.00
Michigan Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Mississippi State Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Missouri Advisory Commission for Physical Therapists 6.00
Montana Board of Physical Therapy Examiners 6.00
New Mexico Physical Therapy Board 6.00
New York State Education Department 6.00
North Carolina Board of Physical Therapy Examiners 6.00
North Dakota Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Oklahoma Physical Therapy Board 6.00
Oregon Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Pennsylvania State Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Physical Therapy Governing Board New Hampshire 6.00
South Carolina Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
South Dakota Physical Therapy License Board 6.00
State of Alabama Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
State of Rhode Island Department of Health 6.00
Tennessee Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Texas Physical Therapy Association 6.00
Utah Physical Therapy Licensing Board 6.00
Virginia Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Washington State Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
West Virginia Board of Physical Therapy 6.00
Wisconsin Physical Therapy License Board 6.00
Wyoming Board of Physical Therapy 6.00

Course Content

1414 Orthopedic Surgery Rehabilitation: Literature Review
Module
Course Evaluation
Module

Sarah R.Stillings, MA, PT, MPT, CHT

Sarah R. (Sally) Stillings is a PT and Certified Hand Therapist in Texas. She received her physical therapy degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to becoming a therapist, Sally taught university-level writing courses and was assistant editor of The Journal of Craniomandibular Practice. In her extensive career as a PT, she has held a variety of clinical, teaching, administrative, and business roles, including general PT practitioner, upper extremity specialist, clinic manager, hand therapy clinic coordinator, continuing education (CE) instructor, and CE course administrator. She has also served as Executive Director of the Kellermann Foundation, a U.S. nonprofit organization supporting healthcare and community development in Uganda, East Africa. Her work now focuses on creating evidence-based CE materials for rehab professionals. Sally is a lifelong runner who celebrates all those who cover the ground.

1414 Orthopedic Surgery Rehabilitation: Literature Review—Course Objectives 

After successfully completing this continuing education course, the learner should be able to: 

  1. Recall factors that affect the strain on family caregivers of patients who have undergone orthopedic surgery. 
  2. Identify the rate of return to sports in older patients after: 
  3. Total shoulder arthroplasty 
  4. Unicompartmental knee arthroplasty 
  5. Recognize how a) preoperative and b) postoperative rehabilitation protocols may affect outcomes after knee or hip arthroplasty in older patients. 
  6. Identify the study design, objectives, strengths, and limitations of the included studies. 5. Recall the main conclusions of each article presented. 
  7. Identify how future research can further clarify the questions raised in each of the research articles. 
  8. Identify how application of the information presented may: 
  9. Guide assessment and intervention choices 
  10. Help meet patient-specific rehabilitation goals 
  11. Improve patient outcomes

 

1414 Orthopedic Surgery Rehabilitation: Literature Review Table of Contents 

Hour 1 

Course Instructions
About the Authors 

Course Description 

Course Objectives
Introduction  

Article 1: Family Caregiver Strain and Challenges When Caring for Orthopedic Patients: A Systematic Review

Hour 2 

Article 1 (continued) 

Article 2: Return to Sport after Anatomic and Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty in Elderly Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

 

Hour 3 

Article 2 (continued) 

 

Hour 4 

Article 3: Return to Sport Activity in the Elderly Patients after Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis 

Article 4: The Influence of Preoperative Physical Activity on Postoperative Outcomes of Knee and Hip Arthroplasty Surgery in the Elderly: A Systematic Review

 

Hour 5 

Article 4 (continued) 

Article 5: The Role of Physical Activity and Rehabilitation Following Hip and Knee Arthroplasty in the Elderly 

 

Hour 6 

Article 5 (continued)
Quiz & evaluation

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