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Orthopedics II - The Lower Extremities


Table of Contents

Course Objectives

Chapter 1 - Functional Anatomy Review of the Ankle and Foot

Chapter 2 - Typical Foot Function During Walking

Chapter 3 - An Overuse Foot Injury Model Based On Tissue Stress

Chapter 4 - Evaluation of the Ankle and Foot

Chapter 5 - Acute/Traumatic Conditions of the Foot and Ankle

Chapter 6 - Chronic/Overuse Conditions of the Foot and Ankle

Chapter 7 - Review for Advanced Orthopaedic Specialties - Anatomy

Chapter 8 - Knee Evaluation and Differential Diagnosis

Chapter 9 - Function-Based Rehabilitation - Principles And Techniques

Chapter 10 - Medial and Lateral Collateral Ligament Injuries

Chapter 11 - ACL, PCL and Combination Injuries

Chapter 12 - Meniscal Injuries

Chapter 13 - Patellofemoral Joint: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Rehab

Chapter 14 - Anterior Knee Pain

Chapter 15 - The Problem Knee

Chapter 16 - High Tibial Osteotomy / Total Knee Replacement

Chapter 17 - The Lumbar Spine

Chapter 18 - Basic Science Issues Which Relate to the Lumbar Spine

Chapter 19 - Clinical Science Issues That Relate to the Lumbar Spine

Chapter 20 - The Hip Joint Complex

Chapter 21 - Bibliography: Lumbar and SI Joint

Chapter 22a - Case Study: Low Back Pain - 1

Chapter 22b - Case Study: Low Back Pain - 2

Chapter 22c - Case Study: Low Back Pain - 3

Chapter 22d - Case Study: Low Back Pain - 4

Orthopedics II Test


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