Six Things to Know About Modern Knee Replacement Surgery

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Six Things to Know About Modern Knee Replacement Surgery

Few things can derail your health and fitness goals faster than pain—and knee pain is one of the most common complaints. Treatment for knee pain depends, of course, on the cause, but when noninvasive treatments fail to provide relief, especially among those who have osteoarthritis, knee replacement surgery may be the next step. Here are five things to know about modern knee replacement surgery.

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Exercise Considerations for Clients With Total Joint Replacement

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Exercise Considerations for Clients With Total Joint Replacement

Currently, more than 700,000 total knee replacement surgeries take place annually and that number is expected to reach 3.5 million annually by the year 2030. Given the continued increase in the number of people undergoing joint replacement surgery, as a health and exercise professional it is essential that you have the knowledge and skills to be able to work with these clients, both before and after their procedures.

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Navigating Program Design and the Client in Pain

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Navigating Program Design and the Client in Pain

For the health and exercise professional, navigating the turbulent waters of chronic pain requires one to become proficient with designing strategic and personalized exercise programs. Learn about the importance of understanding and validating each client’s emotional, psychological and social concerns, while addressing his or her unique biomechanical needs, which, together, yield a comprehensive framework toward designing a strategic and personalized fitness program strategy.

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