Total Joint Arthroplasty, An Issue of Clinics in Geriatric MedicineBy
- C. Allyson Jones, PT, PhD, University of Alberta
- Linda Li, PT, PhD, University of Alberta
Total joint replacement is an effective procedure, resulting in decreased pain and improved function and quality of life in patients of all age groups including the elderly. The use of TJR is increasing and therefore this issue reviews topics such as patient satisfaction with total joint arthroplasty, patient reported outcomes, rehabilitation with total joint arthroplasty, minimally Invasive total joint arthroplasty, and peri-operative complications of total joint arthroplasty.
Hardbound, 240 Pages
Published: August 2012