Knee arthroscopy surgery is performed by orthopaedic surgeons for a variety of conditions involving the menisci, ligaments, bones and cartilage of the knee. As a health care professional, it is essential to understand the surgery your client/patient has undergone in order to provide the best health care in the prevention or rehabilitation of your client.
This online course is based on the latest scientific evidence regarding the arthroscopic knee surgery and rehabilitation of knee pathologies. It makes a clear link between the theory and the application of the theory in the clinic.
The course, delivered by Key Clinical Skills, is fully online. The dictated PowerPoint presentations are supported by videos and web resource links, and an over 100 page downloadable handout.
This course stands out because it discusses your client’s care trajectory, from surgery to rehabilitation. Specifically, here is what you will learn:
- A comprehensive overview of the surgical options
- Pre-operative care
- Critical Analysis of a post-op protocol
- Post-operative knee care
- Red Flag and Yellow flag screening
- Initial post-op management with Manual and exercise therapy interventions
- Progression and discharge planning
- Supporting videos, web links, and take-home resources
- Downloadable handout to keep as a reference tool