Rehabilitation activities in patients at the early stages of coxarthrosis after arthroscopy of the hip joint
Background. Development of rehabilitation programs for patients after surgical interventions using modern methods of osteosynthesis — one of the most important directions of modern restorative treatment in orthopedic and trauma patients. The purpose of the study: to develop rehabilitation measures in the comprehensive treatment of patients at the early stages of coxarthrosis after arthroscopy of the hip joint. Materials and methods. The analysis of treatment was carried out in 95 patients with stage I–II hip osteoarthritis, who underwent arthroscopic surgical intervention on the basis of the trauma unit of M.I. Pirogov Vinnytsia Regional Clinical Hospital and SI “Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics of the NAMS of Ukraine” in 2007–2016. Results. Based on comprehensive examination of patients in the early stages of coxarthrosis after arthroscopy of the hip joint, rehabilitation measures were developed in the combination treatment of this cohort of patients. The proposed methods corresponded to the time of the postoperative period, the peculiarities of surgical intervention during arthroscopy of the hip joint and the individual characteristics of patients and made it possible for 100 % of patients to have effective rehabilitation. Conclusions. Implementation of the rehabilitation methods proposed by the authors will allow for full differentiated treatment and will improve the effectiveness of providing medical care to this cohort of patients.
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