A Pilot Study to Test the Feasibility of a Hybrid Preoperative Physical Therapy Intervention for Patients Undergoing Total Joint Arthroplasty

Brief description of study

This study aims to determine the feasibility of implementing a hybrid physical therapy (PT) intervention prior to total joint (hip or knee) replacement surgery for physically deconditioned subjects. The researchers want to see if there is a difference in post-surgery outcomes, like pain interference, between subjects who use the hybrid physical therapy intervention compared to subjects who have standard PT. The hybrid physical therapy involves an in-person evaluation followed by up to six weeks of telehealth physical therapy twice per week. Standard physical therapy is of similar duration and is usually conducted in person.


Clinical Study Identifier: s21-01331
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT05286515
Principal Investigator: Marco Campello.


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