By: Dr Dan Ritchie PhD
How do we train clients safely, effectively and intensely with joint replacements? With our ever exploding aging population, clients with joint replacements are becoming commonplace. There is no need to fear working with clients with joint replacements, but having a few unique tips and tactics will help, especially when dealing with clients with hip and knee replacements.
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|1.0||American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)|
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After completing this course you will be able to:
- Discuss statistics related to prevalence, gender, and future projections for knee and hip replacements.
- Describe knee and hip replacement surgical procedures, advantages, and recovery.
- Identify Dos and Don?ts for knee and hip replacements.
- Explain 2 functional fitness assessments.
- Identify appropriate exercises for a Level 1 and 2 Exercise Circuit.
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