Physical Therapy: Osteoarthritis of the Hip: Rehabilitation and Treatment Strategies, 2nd Edition

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Keelan Enseki, MS, PT, OCS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, received master’s degrees in physical therapy and health and rehabilitation science from the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to completing a 2- year sports physical therapy residency program at the University of Pittsburgh, he is a certified athletic trainer and is a board-certified orthopedic and sports clinical specialist. As a senior staff physical therapist at Centers for Rehab Services/University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) Center for Sports Medicine, Mr. Enseki specializes in treating an active population with a special focus on hip disorders. He also serves as the director of clinical practice innovation, administrative director of physical therapy residency and fellowship programs, and director of the UPMC Centers for Rehab Services Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program. Mr. Enseki has presented extensively on rehabilitation of the hip and has coauthored several published articles and book chapters on hip conditions. He has served as a manuscript reviewer for the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, Journal of Athletic Training, Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, and Physical Therapy in Sport. He recently participated in the development of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Clinical Practice Guidelines for hip osteoarthritis and non arthritic hip pain. Keelan Enseki has disclosed that he has no significant financial or other conflicts of interest pertaining to this course book.


 PEER REVIEWER

Alexis Wright, PT, PhD, DPT, FAAOMPT, received her doctor of physical therapy degree from Duke University and a PhD in clinical research from the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand, where her doctoral research focused on osteoarthritis of the hip. She is currently an assistant professor at High Point University and is active in research on hip and other musculoskeletal conditions. In addition to presenting her research at conferences around the world, Dr. Wright has published extensively on hip and knee osteoarthritis and other topics in several peer-reviewed journals and has authored two book chapters. She has also served as a manuscript reviewer for publications such as Physical Therapy, Journal of Orthopedic; Sports Physical Therapy, and Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Alexis Wright has disclosed that she has no significant financial or other conflicts of interest pertaining to this course book.


Learning Outcomes

After completing this course, the learner will be able to:

1. Describe the pathoanatomical changes typical of the progression of osteoarthritis of the hip joint.

2. Identify risk factors in the development of hip joint osteoarthritis.

3. Describe the findings for diagnosing osteoarthritis of the hip, including patient presentation, clinical examination, and diagnostic imaging.

4. List appropriate outcome measures used with individuals with osteoarthritis of the hip joint.

5. Describe physical therapy, pharmacological, and surgical interventions that can be used in treating hip joint osteoarthritis.





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Physical Therapy: Osteoarthritis of the Hip: Rehabilitation and Treatment Strategies, 2nd Edition

32.00

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Keelan Enseki, MS, PT, OCS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, received master’s degrees in physical therapy and health and rehabilitation science from the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to completing a 2- year sports physical therapy residency program at the University of Pittsburgh, he is a certified athletic trainer and is a board-certified orthopedic and sports clinical specialist. As a senior staff physical therapist at Centers for Rehab Services/University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) Center for Sports Medicine, Mr. Enseki specializes in treating an active population with a special focus on hip disorders. He also serves as the director of clinical practice innovation, administrative director of physical therapy residency and fellowship programs, and director of the UPMC Centers for Rehab Services Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program. Mr. Enseki has presented extensively on rehabilitation of the hip and has coauthored several published articles and book chapters on hip conditions. He has served as a manuscript reviewer for the Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, Journal of Athletic Training, Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, and Physical Therapy in Sport. He recently participated in the development of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Clinical Practice Guidelines for hip osteoarthritis and non arthritic hip pain. Keelan Enseki has disclosed that he has no significant financial or other conflicts of interest pertaining to this course book.


 PEER REVIEWER

Alexis Wright, PT, PhD, DPT, FAAOMPT, received her doctor of physical therapy degree from Duke University and a PhD in clinical research from the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand, where her doctoral research focused on osteoarthritis of the hip. She is currently an assistant professor at High Point University and is active in research on hip and other musculoskeletal conditions. In addition to presenting her research at conferences around the world, Dr. Wright has published extensively on hip and knee osteoarthritis and other topics in several peer-reviewed journals and has authored two book chapters. She has also served as a manuscript reviewer for publications such as Physical Therapy, Journal of Orthopedic; Sports Physical Therapy, and Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Alexis Wright has disclosed that she has no significant financial or other conflicts of interest pertaining to this course book.


Learning Outcomes

After completing this course, the learner will be able to:

1. Describe the pathoanatomical changes typical of the progression of osteoarthritis of the hip joint.

2. Identify risk factors in the development of hip joint osteoarthritis.

3. Describe the findings for diagnosing osteoarthritis of the hip, including patient presentation, clinical examination, and diagnostic imaging.

4. List appropriate outcome measures used with individuals with osteoarthritis of the hip joint.

5. Describe physical therapy, pharmacological, and surgical interventions that can be used in treating hip joint osteoarthritis.