Hip replacements are the most common orthopedic operation, and with an aging population, this trend is certain to continue. As movement educators, we can play an integral role in both the prehab and rehab phases of the hip replacement process. Open to teachers of all levels, this course clarifies what a hip replacement is when it is recommended, and the issues associated with hip replacement surgery. We also look at a variety of highly recommended exercises and movement techniques for people in the prehab and rehab stages of hip replacement.
- Gain an understanding of hip replacements: who qualifies for the operation, what the surgery entails, and the projected outcomes
- Discover how to intervene in the prehab stage of a hip replacement surgery
- Explore ways to help in recovery
- Learn how to help restore function post-surgery
Course Materials and Exam Fees
Course Fee: $140.00
No exam for this course. All materials included in course fee.
Date: April 15, 2022
Time: 4-7pm PST Location: LIVE Online via Zoom AND In-Person at ReActive Movement, 6200 La Salle Avenue, Oakland, CA
Contact: Holly Wallis, Director, 510-710-5212
Instructor: Holly Wallis
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received up to 30 days prior to the start date will be refunded minus 15% of the total tuition fee. Cancellations received 7-29 days prior to the start date will be refunded minus 50% of the total tuition fee. No refund less than 7 days prior to or anytime after course start date. To avoid any cancellation penalty, course registrations may be postponed or applied to a different course with permission up to 7 days before the course start date for a $100 administrative fee. All postponements are non-refundable.Register Now