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Joint Arthroplasty for Today’s Clinician:
DVD Video
$219.99 USD
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DVD Video - 4+ hours   Instructions
5 hr 54 min
Multi-disc video recording with electronic manual and instructions
CE Available:
Yes, See CE credit tab for complete continuing education details
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  1. Identify common conditions and diagnosis leading to shoulder, hip, and knee arthroplasty
  2. List the short- and long-term benefits from undergoing joint replacement and the risks identified from delaying surgery
  3. Discuss potential surgical procedures for total shoulder arthroplasty based on current evidence, research, and national protocols
  4. Demonstrate functional treatment strategies for total shoulder, hip, and knee arthroplasty based on current evidence, research, and national protocols
  5. Outline the therapeutic protocol for knee arthroplasty based on current evidence and research
  6. Develop documentation strategies and language to justify therapy services to all provides with total joint client


  • Demographics
  • Inclusion criteria for TJA (based on AMA) and who should avoid TJA
  • Neurological and psychological consequences from delaying total joint arthroplasty
  • Healing stages
    • Inflammatory, proliferative, remodeling
    • Bone, cartilage, muscle, tendon, and nervous tissue
  • Review of joint movement and osteokinematics
    • Rolling, gliding, and spinning


  • History leading to current procedures and prosthetics
  • Functional verses textbook range of motion for normal function and ADLs
  • Procedures/components
    • Glenoid component, humeral component
    • Hemiarthroplasty
    • Cemented versus cementless
    • Non-constrained versus constrained
    • Reverse TSA
      • Why reverse TSA?
      • Precautions of TSA versus standard TSA
  • Research behind TSA regarding failure rates, functional outcomes, and ROM
  • General therapeutic protocol
  • 3 or 4 phase approach
  • Treatment ideas/lab
    • Scapulohumeral rhythm
    • The proper pendulum
    • 4 approaches to the posterior glenohumeral glide (joint mobilization)
    • Non-weight bearing periscapular training


  • History leading to current procedures and prosthetics
  • Procedures/components
    • Femoral component (cemented versus cementless)
    • Acetabular component (plastic, metal, or ceramic)
    • Anterolateral, posterolateral, direct lateral, anterior, and superpath approaches
      • Advantages and disadvantages to each approach
  • Research behind THA
    • Normal range versus functional range
  • General therapeutic protocol
  • Treatment ideas/lab
    • 6 determinants of gait
    • Lateral pelvic tilt in supine leading to frontal plane control (LAB)
    • Lateral weight shift with pelvic tilt emphasis (single leg stance with resistance)
    • 4 way straight leg raise


  • History leading to current procedures and prosthetics
  • Procedures/components
    • Femoral component (cemented versus cementless)
    • Tibial component (metal platform with plastic surface for ROM and absorption)
    • Patellar component (metal or plastic)
    • Unicompartmental option
    • Cruciate retaining, posterior stabilized design, fixed bearing, mobile bearing, and gender specific
    • Incisions (parapatellar, midvastus, subvastus/quad sparing)
  • Research behind TSA
    • Normal range versus functional range
  • General therapeutic protocol
    • SLR and closed chain activity
    • Dynamic EOM and half-standing with weight bearing/functional emphasis
    • Gold standard of the stationary bicycle
    • 4 directional patellar joint mobilization
    • Treatment ideas


  • Documentation ideas “outside the box” for the total joint client
    • Long-term care, acute, HH, outpatient, and transitional clients
  • Case study implementing research and treatment ideas

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