Rehabilitation of the Client with Hip/Knee Joint Replacement - Live Webinar - 5/12/17 - 3:30 PM
This course compares the normal and diseased joint of the hip and knee. It discusses interventions for treatment pre and post surgery and rehabilitation options.
Criteria for Successful Completion of Activity to claim CE Certificate
- Attend planned length of activity missing no more than 10 minutes
- Validation by CE Administration of attendance via webinar report log-in sheet for today
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- Evaluation must be completed within 1 month of event before course expires.
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Certified Case Managers
All Health Care Professionals regardless of CE credit
By the end of this educational activity the learner will be able to:
- compare the difference between the normal and the pathogenic joint.
- discuss the indications and contraindications for joint replacement.
- review surgical options for a variety of joint replacements.
- discuss aftercare precautions and interventions for total joint replacement.
- discuss discharge options for a patient with a total joint replacement.
Carrie W. Burger, BS, MPT
Carrie Burger has been a practicing physical therapist for 25 years. Her career began with the VA Mdical Center in Coatesville, PA, in out-patient orthopedics as she had a full academic scholarship from the VAMC for graduate studies. She worked at Pottstown Community Hospital in their out-patient orthopedics department as well. She joined the Pottstown VNA, and treated orthopedic cases in the home as a physical therapist. Upon completion of her VA employment obligation, she began work for HCR ManorCare supervising inpatient rehab, SNF, and out-patient practices. She moved to California with HCR ManorCare, with their acquisition department, and hired and trained clinical teams in the San Diego county region, specializing in orthopedic admissions from near-by Scripp's Health System. Upon return to Pennsylvania, she began home health services with the Montogomery County IU, Mercy Home Health, and Mainline Home Health before returning to HCR ManorCare. She resumed her rehab management role in both the SNF/rehab and out-patient therapy programs before joining BAYADA Home Health in 2014. As a Senior Living Program Manager, Carrie was able to help her teams utilize both out-patient therapy and home health services with their clients, using the right benefit, at the right time, to assist seniors in aging in place. Since joining BAYADA, Carrie has provided three out-patient therapy training sessions for new BAYADA therapist clinicians, and has been promoted to her current role of Director of Senior Living, supporting Senior Living offices and program managers in three regions throughout the state of Pennsylvania.
No relevant conflict of interest or financial relationships were disclosed for this educational activity by any of the authors or presenters.
- 1.00 Contact hours (ANCC)BAYADA Home Health Care is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
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