About this Course
There are numerous surgical options for managing hip dysplasia including juvenile pubic symphysiodesis (JPS), triple or double pelvic osteotomy (TPO/DPO), femoral head and neck ostectomy (FHO), and total hip replacement (THR). Even if the practitioner is not performing these surgeries, the decision for when these procedures may be recommended is difficult to navigate. JPS and TPO are time- and disease stage sensitive procedures that could be relatively less expensive options to mitigate a lifetime of hip OA management. This session will cover the main indications and ideal timing of each of these procedures.
- How this procedure works
- Patient selection/exclusion criteria
- Setting client expectations
- Patient Selection/Exclusion Criteria
- Optimizing Success with This Surgery
- Ideal Timing
- Surgical Approach Options- Cr D and Ventral
- Post-Op Rehabilitation
- Implant systems explained.
- Ideal timing
- Comparison to FHO