Management of Posterior Hip Dislocations
Because they are infrequently encountered, there is no clear rehabilitation or return to play guidelines. Assuming no complications, the athlete can begin functional weight bearing around 4 weeks. Jogging or running typically begins at 6-8 weeks. Rehabilitation should be performed under the supervision of an athletic trainer and/or physical therapist. Return to play occurs around 6 months, although this may be delayed if any surgical intervention was required.
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