Adding Abductor Strength Training to Rehabilitation Improves Function After THR in Hip Dysplasia
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OrthoEvidence. Adding Abductor Strength Training to Rehabilitation Improves Function After THR in Hip Dysplasia. ACE Report. 2021;10(3):7. Available from: https://myorthoevidene.com/AceReport/Report/13143
bductor muscle strengthening in THA patients operated with minimally-invasive anterolateral approach for developmental hip dysplasiaHip Int. 2021 Jan;31(1):66-74.
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One hundred and ten patients (103 completed follow up) with developmental dysplasia of the hip and scheduled for a total hip replacement were randomized to receive a 2 week early rehabilitation program plus 2 weeks of abductor strength training (n=46) or a 2 week early rehabilitation program alone (n=57) for post-operative recovery. The outcomes of interest included range of motion, hip abductor s...
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