Arthroplasty, Replacement, Hip

Publication Title: 
Physical Therapy

BACKGROUND: Clinical course and outcome connected to rehabilitation after hip or knee arthroplasty have been studied extensively, but few studies have assessed the content of team rehabilitation care for these patients. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to provide a thorough description of the structure, process, and outcome of team rehabilitation care for patients with hip or knee arthroplasty for osteoarthritis. DESIGN: This was a multicenter, longitudinal observational study.

Author(s): 
Grotle, Margreth
Garratt, Andrew M.
Klokkerud, Mari
Løchting, Ida
Uhlig, Till
Hagen, Kåre B.
Publication Title: 
Physical Therapy

BACKGROUND: Clinical course and outcome connected to rehabilitation after hip or knee arthroplasty have been studied extensively, but few studies have assessed the content of team rehabilitation care for these patients. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to provide a thorough description of the structure, process, and outcome of team rehabilitation care for patients with hip or knee arthroplasty for osteoarthritis. DESIGN: This was a multicenter, longitudinal observational study.

Author(s): 
Grotle, Margreth
Garratt, Andrew M.
Klokkerud, Mari
Løchting, Ida
Uhlig, Till
Hagen, Kåre B.
Publication Title: 
Revue De Chirurgie OrthopÈdique Et RÈparatrice De L'appareil Moteur

We report an illustrative case of bilateral Moore arthroplasty with the clinical and radiographic results at 36 years follow-up. The femoral prostheses were implanted for necrosis of the femoral head when the patient was 46 years old. At implantation the patient's physical activity level was high (Devane 4) and remained so until retirement at age 65 years. His activity level remained high (Devane 3) to the age of 82 years when the patient suffered a Vancouver B1 periprosthetic fracture on the left. At this date, both arthroplasties were free of loosening an osteolysis.

Author(s): 
Marchetti, E.
Bachour, F.
Girard, J.
May, O.
Migaud, H.
Laffargue, P.
Publication Title: 
Instructional Course Lectures

Cementless femoral fixation has been established as the gold standard for hip arthroplasty in young patients because of its exceptional longevity. Because older Americans are living longer and staying active, cementless femoral fixation for hip arthroplasty should be considered in all patients who have good bone quality. Numerous studies have shown excellent results using cementless fixation for hip arthroplasty in elderly patients. Histologic analysis, radiographic review, and dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry have shown solid osseointegration for biologic fixation and minimal bone loss.

Author(s): 
Dutton, Andrew
Rubash, Harry E.
Publication Title: 
PloS One

OBJECTIVES: The constructs optimism, pessimism, hope, treatment credibility and treatment expectancy are associated with outcomes of medical treatment. While these constructs are grounded in different theoretical models, they nonetheless show some conceptual overlap. The purpose of this study was to examine whether currently available measurement instruments for these constructs capture the conceptual differences between these constructs within a treatment setting.

Author(s): 
Haanstra, Tsjitske M.
Tilbury, Claire
Kamper, Steven J.
Tordoir, Rutger L.
Vliet Vlieland, Thea P. M.
Nelissen, Rob G. H. H.
Cuijpers, Pim
de Vet, Henrica C. W.
Dekker, Joost
Knol, Dirk L.
Ostelo, Raymond W.
Publication Title: 
International Orthopaedics

In Japan, the main reason for osteoarthritis of the hip joint is caused by dysplastic deformities. The implantation technique of cementless press-fit cup with multi-screw fixation and acetabular bone graft to reconstruct the true acetabular center is described. In addition, special design aspects of the BiCONTACT-N stem were optimized for these patients. Between January 1997 and December 1999, 29 patients (33 hips) received a BiCONTACT-N/Plasmacup-M total hip replacement. There were 28 women and one man. Average age at the time of THA of 64 (range 51-76) years.

Author(s): 
Dohmae, Youichirou
Publication Title: 
Physical Therapy

BACKGROUND: Clinical course and outcome connected to rehabilitation after hip or knee arthroplasty have been studied extensively, but few studies have assessed the content of team rehabilitation care for these patients. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to provide a thorough description of the structure, process, and outcome of team rehabilitation care for patients with hip or knee arthroplasty for osteoarthritis. DESIGN: This was a multicenter, longitudinal observational study.

Author(s): 
Grotle, Margreth
Garratt, Andrew M.
Klokkerud, Mari
Løchting, Ida
Uhlig, Till
Hagen, Kåre B.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

OBJECTIVE: To discuss a case of malignant bone tumor in the left hip of a patient who sought treatment following a tennis injury. CLINICAL FEATURES: A 27-year-old male patient visited a chiropractic clinic 6 months after a twisting injury to his left hip which occurred while playing tennis. His pain had remained moderate in intensity and intermittent to frequent in frequency since it originated but became more intense the week prior to his visit. INTERVENTION AND OUTCOME: The patient was diagnosed with a tendonitis/bursitis and received 3 weeks of treatment.

Author(s): 
Farrar, Kimary L.
Gardiner, Laura
Publication Title: 
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

OBJECTIVES: To describe a case involving postsurgical hip pain that was successfully treated with a combination of chiropractic manipulation of the lumbar and pelvic region and low-tech rehabilitation 14 months postsurgery. CLINICAL FEATURES: A 45-year-old man had pain and difficulty with walking. He was diagnosed with bilateral avascular necrosis at the femoral heads. He had successful right hip arthroplasty (HA) surgery at the time of the original diagnosis and had 2 previous surgeries to the left hip joint to treat avascular necrosis, with the latter being hip arthroplasty.

Author(s): 
Wisdo, Jeffrey J.
Publication Title: 
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

OBJECTIVE: To discuss a case of malignant bone tumor in the left hip of a patient who sought treatment following a tennis injury. CLINICAL FEATURES: A 27-year-old male patient visited a chiropractic clinic 6 months after a twisting injury to his left hip which occurred while playing tennis. His pain had remained moderate in intensity and intermittent to frequent in frequency since it originated but became more intense the week prior to his visit. INTERVENTION AND OUTCOME: The patient was diagnosed with a tendonitis/bursitis and received 3 weeks of treatment.

Author(s): 
Farrar, Kimary L.
Gardiner, Laura

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