Total Knee Replacements in 2021: What’s Current and What’s to Come
To review non-surgical and surgical management of knee arthritis and results.
Common problems for therapists looking after knee replacement patients and new methods in knee replacement to improve outcomes.
This online course is brought to your by the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association CPA).
- Brief review of non-surgical options
- Review surgical treatment options and how to choose.
- Role of therapists.
- What’s in the future to improve outcomes.
Speaker Bio: David Hedden
- BSc: University of Cape Town, South Africa
- Medical School: University of Cape Town, South Africa
- Orthopedic Residency: University of Manitoba
- Fellowship in Hip and Knee reconstructive surgery: St. Michaels Hospital, Toronto
- Current Position: Site Director of surgery, Concordia Hospital, Concordia Joint Replacement Group.
- Clinical Practice: Complex primary and revision hip and knee reconstruction.
The Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association helps our members improve their skills and service delivery through education, resources and networking.
With a reputation built on excellent instructors and a rigorous examination process, the Division offers tailored online e-learning, webinars, workshops, courses and practice resources for members at a reasonable cost and time commitment. Members learn from other practicing physiotherapists and stay current with a regularly updated curriculum and program delivery based on providing quality and modern treatment.
Course Material included in this course
Total Knee Replacement in 2021; What's Current and What's to Come
Dissatisfaction after TKA
Where We Are Today
The Problem TKA