Exercise for Knee and Hip Replacement, Second Edition CE Course, is an invaluable resource for athletic trainers, exercise specialists, and those working with older adults recovering from a joint replacement. This continuing education course will help students understand the conditions leading to hip and knee joint replacement, surgical techniques, postsurgical complications, and the role of the fitness trainer in the rehabilitation continuum. More than 60 exercises are covered, as well as appropriate progressions and safety guidelines to use with clients to improve strength, mobility, and flexibility.
The in-depth knowledge presented in this course will guide students in teaching appropriate exercises for postsurgical knee and hip joint replacement, including proper positioning, execution, client reminders, and modifications. Students will be able to distinguish the difference between beginner, intermediate, and advanced exercise categories to ensure proper progression of a program for their clients. Authored by: Erin Hughes, MSPT