Thursday, June 27, 2013
New exciting research is available on surgical outcomes comparing several techniques. Hip impingement (femoroacetabular impingement, FAI) is characterized by bony deformities on the femoral head/neck and/or the acetabulum (hip socket). Some bony lesions may require open hip surgery with dislocation to address large, global lesions. Many CAM and/or pincer lesions can be addressed arthroscopically. But how much do the outcomes vary depending on the various techniques used by hip surgeons?
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Physical Therapy / Rehabilitation after Hip Impingement (FAI) Surgery: The Benefit of Neurokinetic Therapy for Muscle Re-Education
A few weeks back, I mentioned I’d be back with a guest blogger, a physical therapist who uses Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) in his practice. Here he is. Meet Kristopher Bosch, PT, DPT, ATC, FAAOMPT!
Most rehabilitation and wellness professionals eventually end up asking themselves: “Why do patients/clients come in with pain, go through a treatment session, leave pain-free or with significant improvement noted, and then return the next week with the same symptoms (often times over and over again)?”