Post Operative Hip and Knee

Date and Time

August 4, 2023
12–2 p.m. ET

Location

Virtual Event

About this course:

This two hour intermediate level course for PT/PTAs and OT/OTAs provides instruction on the treatment of post- operative hip and knee population and is part of a series of Accelerated Clinical Practice courses. Through a combination of didactic lecture and lab demonstration, this course provides the individual attention necessary for clinicians to understand how to apply biophysical agents and therapeutic exercises to address the physiologic impairments/client factors common to post-operative hip and knee orthopedic patients and the impact on individual participation, activity, and functional performance.

Instructor:

Debra Capella, MSPTCES
Clinical Program Consultant

Debra Capella received her MSPT in Physical Therapy in 1992 from the University of Delaware. Over her professional career, Debi has worked in SNF, ALF and IL outpatient settings with the concentration of programming to address the major deficits in the aging population to include pain, UI, wounds, contractures, and fall risk. For the past 9 years, she has specialized in educating and leading therapists with evidence-based approaches for these common impairments in aged adult populations.

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