Posts Tagged ‘rehabilitation’
The hip and pelvic floor – Let’s get it together!
The hip and pelvic floor are commonly assessed and treated as disparate entities. Pelvic health (women’s and men’s health) physiotherapists tend to specialise in this area, with the assessment and…Read More
Flick the Flap after hip replacement
During our most recent Hip Academy live member meeting, we were discussing the types of exercise protocols used for post-operative rehabilitation after total hip arthroplasty (hip replacement surgery). I wasn’t…Read More
How physiotherapists treat gluteal tendinopathy
https://dralisongrimaldi.com/wp-content/uploads/Treat-Gluteal-Tendinopathy-Banner.mp4 More than 97% of 743 physiotherapists surveyed across two studies in the United Kingdom (UK), Ireland, Australia and New Zealand (NZ)1,2 are somewhat, or very confident in the management…Read More
Surgical Management of Hip Osteoarthritis – Types of Prostheses and Approaches
Includes videocast, podcast, infographic & video/podcast notes. When the time does come for surgery for advanced hip osteoarthritis, it’s not one size fits all in terms of surgical and prosthetic…Read More
Tendinopathy – Does corticosteroid injection aid or hinder our rehabilitation process?
When physiotherapy treatment for tendinopathy fails, have you ever thought ‘Where did I go wrong?’ Assuming you have applied contemporary evidence informed protocols that incorporate load management and appropriate exercise…Read More
Have you asked a patient to recruit their iliocapsularis recently? Ilio…what?
Yes, this is a real muscle and it may have an important function in joint and capsular protection. There is a rapidly growing evidence base for understanding function and dysfunction…Read More