Learn implications of the latest surgical approaches when designing treatment strategies and dosing for patients post joint arthroplasty or fracture repair. Surgical updates have led to outpatient total joint replacements, post-op day 0 hospital-based evaluations, little to virtually no post-operative precautions and a shorter rehab course. This course will review the impact of these surgeries on rehab treatment including principles of fundamental biomechanics and its importance when designing, programming and dosing post-op and non-op exercise programs.
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Learn implications of the latest surgical approaches when designing treatment strategies and dosing and for patients post joint arthroplasty or fracture repair. There is a changing and evolving landscape for joint arthroplasty and surgical fixation of fractures which has resulted in minimally invasive procedures leading to true tissue sparing. These surgical updates have led to outpatient total joint replacements, post-op day 0, hospital-based evaluations, little to virtually no postoperative precautions and a shorter rehab course. This course will review current surgical procedures and components and their relation to rehabilitation services. We will review principles of fundamental biomechanics and its importance when designing, programming and dosing post-op and non-op exercise programs; realizing sometimes “less is more” to facilitate optimal functional outcomes. Attendees will have several opportunities for lab-breakout sessions throughout this 2-day course working their way from the hip to the knee to the shoulder. Lastly, attendees will have the option to bring one of their own case studies from their clinical practice to share with the group within a “problem-solving” theme.
- Describe current surgical approaches and components for hip, knee, and shoulder
- Explain the biomechanical aspects of selected prosthetic joint components
(including the use of cement vs. press-fit vs. bio-ingrowth) and their relation to physical therapy treatment
- Interpret “yellow and red flag” findings to either support or abort physical therapy
- Apply evaluation methods and intervention strategies to optimize functional outcomes
- Create ‘task-specific’, ‘ADL-related’, and functional “home-based” interventions that
can be modified and manipulated to each patient’s unique living environment
Patrick A. Tino, PT, DPT has over 25 years of experience evaluating and treating patients in clinical practice settings ranging from acute care, outpatient sports & orthopaedic, SNF, Home Health, to academia as a part-time as well as an adjunct professor. He also has been formally presenting CE courses nationwide since 2010 in his sub-specialty areas such as Total Joint Replacement and Fracture Rehab Management, Vestibular Assessment & Intervention, Medical Screening & Differential Diagnosis, as well as Rehab Management of the Medically Complex Patient. Currently, Pat practices in a large Level 1 Trauma and Teaching Hospital for Medical and Surgical Residents and Fellows as well as numerous PT/OT/SLP/PTA/COTA programs across the nation. It is within this 1,000 + bed tertiary referral medical center that Pat is exposed to very complex medical conditions and why he enjoys sharing his knowledge and experience with his fellow colleagues locally, regionally, and nationally. Pat works in home health and outpatient on a prn basis as well. Pat also has attended numerous continuing education courses himself and understands the various domains of teaching and learning from both the perspective of an educator and a student. Pat is also a member of the APTA and belongs to the orthopedic, neurologic, and acute care sections. He is a Credential Clinical Instructor. In his free time, he practices martial arts, enjoys reading and going to the beach. Pat is married with three children and lives in Tampa Bay, Florida.
350 Engle Street
Englewood, NJ 07631
This course meets the criteria for 14 contact hours (1.4 CEUs). Application has been made to the NJ Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. The PA State Board of Physical Therapy accepts other state board approvals.
Approved provider by the NY State Board of Physical Therapy for 16.8 hours.
Application has been made to the FL Physical Therapy Association for 16.5 continuing education contact hours.
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