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Hip functional impairments exist bilaterally, are related to hip strength and are associated with patient-reportedoutcomes in patients with hip chondrolabral pathology

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HIP FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENTS EXIST BILATERALLY, ARE RELATED TO HIP STRENGTH AND PREDICT PATIENT -REPORTED OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH CHONDROLABRAL PATHOLOGY

Presenter: Kemp JL

This module addresses:

Question: In people with chondrolabral pathology 1-2 years post

hip arthroscopy: (i) what are between-limb differences in functional

performance tests compared to age matched healthy controls; (ii) what

is the relationship between functional performance and hip strength and

(iii) are measures of functional performance associated with patientreported

outcomes.

Conclusion: Post-hip arthroscopic rehabilitation programs could include

hip strength exercises and functional performance retraining in order to

optimise outcomes.

Key Practice Points:

• Greater strength in hip abduction, adduction and extension were

associated with better functional performance. Better bridge and hop

tests were associated with better PROs.

• This may guide clinicians in designing targeted rehabilitation programs.

CPD Points - 0.5

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