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To Cut or Not to Cut: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Managing Non-Arthritic Hip Disease and the Value of Shared Decision-Making

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Date Published

January 8, 2019


Ohio Physical Therapy Association


Hip Disease, Movement Training, Orthopaedics, Posture Training


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The main goal of this presentation is to provide insight into how shared decision-making between a surgeon, physical therapist, and patient may be used to optimize clinical care management of patients with Non-Arthritic Hip Disease (NAHD). A brief introduction of this shared decision-making model at Ohio State’s Hip Preservation Clinic will be provided followed by a discussion of best practices in regards to conservative and surgical treatment options and recent outcomes literature. The presenters (physical therapist, hip arthroscopist, and researcher) will consider evidence for posture and movement training and how this may inform treatment decisions.

Our interdisciplinary team will then identify opportunities to implement shared decision-making in an effort to optimize outcomes for individuals with NAHD. Barriers and facilitators to interdisciplinary shared decision-making will be shared from the literature and our ongoing efforts at Ohio State’s Hip Preservation Clinic.

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
• Define NAHD
• Review the recent literature to gain understanding of best practices in conservative and surgical management of NAHD
• Use the evidence to engage patients with NAHD in an informed discussion regarding their outcome expectations and treatment options
• Discuss the importance of a shared decision making model for management of patients with NAHD and improved communication between disciplines at your facility

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Lindsey Brown, PT, DPT

Lindsey Brown earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from The Ohio State University and has been practicing at OSU Sports... Read More

Kathryn Glaws, PT, DPT

Board-Certified Sports Clinical SpecialistKate Glaws earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Belmont University and then... Read More

William Vasileff, MD

William “Kel” Vasileff earned his MD from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and then completed his Orthopaedic... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

To Cut or Not to Cut: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Managing Non-Arthritic Hip Disease and the Value of Shared Decision-Making - Video
To Cut or Not to Cut: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Managing Non-Arthritic Hip Disease and the Value of Shared Decision-Making - Handout
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