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Rehabilitation Guide For Hip Arthroscopy

For Therapists- A practical guide to patient rehab!

  • Are you a physiotherapist seeking a short practical video guide from an expert physiotherapist with 20 years experience in the management of hip pathology?
  • Are you wanting to help your patients recover after hip arthroscopy?
  • Do you want simple postural tips that can relieve pain in your hip arthroscopy patients?
  • Are you seeking a guide for phase one, two and three exercise rehabilitation for post-operative hip arthroscopy?

This video outlines practical tips, advice and exercise to guide your patients with their rehabilitation after hip arthroscopic surgery!

Presented in an easy to understand manner by hip expert physiotherapist Nichole Hamilton. This video includes tips to offload the anterior hip and reduce hip pain in your patients following surgery. It also includes explanations of hip biomechanics, post-operative exercises and ideas for rehabilitation progression- all to assist you and your patients.

Enjoy!!

The material presented in this video is intended as a guide only for physiotherapists treating patients after hip arthroscopy. It is not designed or intended to replace individual patient assessment by a qualified physiotherapist. It is not designed or intended to replace physiotherapy clinical reasoning skills, required for decisions regarding a patients post-operative rehabilitation. It is not designed or intended to replace specific post-operative instructions from an orthopaedic surgeon- please check your surgeons individual post-operative protocol. The exercises demonstrated should be pain free. Seek the specific post-operative instructions from your orthopaedic surgeon before beginning any rehabilitation program.


Your Instructor


Nichole Hamilton
Nichole Hamilton

Nichole is a qualified Physiotherapist with a passion for health and education! She has over 20 years of clinical experience in physiotherapy private practice with expertise in spinal, hip and pelvic problems. She has been involved in physiotherapy education for over 15 years through a variety of platforms including Australia wide workshops, conferences, lectures and online learning platforms.

Nichole is also a qualified yoga teacher, mindfulness meditation teacher and pilates instructor.

Nichole offers you a wealth of knowledge, insight and expertise in all of her educational courses. Her clear and professional explanations are designed to help you with your understanding!

She is passionate about empowering patients, therapist's and yoga instructors with the opportunity to improve their understanding and health through education.

Nichole looks forward to sharing her knowledge with you with her online courses!

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Class Curriculum


  Rehabilitation Following Hip Arthroscopy- A practical guide for physiotherapists
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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the video access start and finish?
The video access starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online video for you to return to- you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the video?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this video for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the video?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Does this video replace medical advice?
No it does not. The material presented in this video is intended as a guide only for physiotherapists treating patients after hip arthroscopy. It is not designed or intended to replace individual patient assessment by a qualified physiotherapist. It is not designed or intended to replace physiotherapy clinical reasoning skills, required for decisions regarding a patients post-operative rehabilitation. It is not designed or intended to replace specific post-operative instructions from an orthopaedic surgeon- please check your surgeons individual post-operative protocol. The exercises demonstrated should be pain free. Seek the specific post-operative instructions from your orthopaedic surgeon before beginning any rehabilitation program.

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