OVERVIEW

Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement is the only option for some osteoarthritic hip joints or femur fractures. The image shows that both the socket (the socket) and the head (the neck and neck of your femur) have been replaced. The hospital will provide physical therapy. Research has shown that physical therapy can be used to increase strength and balance in patients.

GOALS

Possible Treatment Goals

  • Improve Balance
  • Improve ability to bear weight/stand on the leg(s)
  • Improve Fitness
  • Improve Function
  • Optimize Joint Alignment
  • Improve Muscle Strength and Power
  • Improve Proprioception
  • Decrease Postoperative Complications
  • Improve Range of Motion
  • Improve Relaxation
  • Self-care of Symptoms
  • Improve Safety
  • Improve Tolerance for Prolonged Activities
  • Improve Wound Healing

PHYSICAL THERAPY
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BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION
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CUPPING
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DRY NEEDLING
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IASTM
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MANUAL THERAPY
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Vestibular System

ORTHOPEDIC THERAPY
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SPINAL MANIPULATION
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SPORTS REHAB
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TELEHEALTH
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ACTIVE RELEASE TECHNIQUE

ELBOW, WRIST & HAND PAIN
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FOOT & ANKLE PAIN
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BACK PAIN & SCIATICA
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SHOULDER PAIN
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HIP & KNEE PAIN
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TMJ/TMD

DIZZINESS & VERTIGO
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SPORTS INJURY
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TENNIS & PICKLEBALL INJURY
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RUNNING INJURIES
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NECK PAIN
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BALANCE AND GAIT