Medical physical training in patients with early stage of coxarthrosis after carrying out arthroscopy of the hip joint

  • I.V. Roy
  • V.G. Lutsishin
  • A.V. Kalashnikov
  • A.I. Bayandina
  • V.M. Maiko
  • A.V. Maiko
Keywords: coxarthrosis, hip arthroscopy, exercises of physiotherapy exercises.


Based on the complex examination of patients in the early stages of coxarthrosis after hip arthroscopy, exercises of physiotherapy exercises in the complex treatment of this category of patients have been developed. The proposed exercises corresponded to the postoperative period, to the peculiarities of surgical intervention in the performance of arthroscopy of the hip joint and to the individual characteristics of the patients and enabled 100% of patients to carry out effective restorative treatment. The introduction of exercise exercises offered by the authors will allow for a full-fledged differential treatment and improve the effectiveness of medical care for this category of patients.


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Roy, I., Lutsishin, V., Kalashnikov, A., Bayandina, A., Maiko, V., & Maiko, A. (2017). Medical physical training in patients with early stage of coxarthrosis after carrying out arthroscopy of the hip joint. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (29), 123-129. Retrieved from