Upon completing this course, participants will have a deeper understanding of current best evidence into concepts of total knee and shoulder arthroplasty rehabilitation. This deeper understanding will allow the participant to more completely and fully assess and manage patients following Arthroplasty. This course will explore why muscular components of the upper and lower extremities are so important to the kinetic chain including evaluating the evidence based positional recruitment of open and closed kinetic chain exercises, this will allow participants to develop improved plans of care and exercise progressions for their patients post total joint arthroplasty. Upon completing this course, participants will be able to apply functional training activities specific to the presentation of their patient following total joint arthroplasty, thus improving overall treatment outcomes and returning patient to normal functional mobility. This course will provide attendees with a relevant review of updated total knee arthroplasty and shoulder arthroplasty guidelines and how these guidelines will relate to optimal assessment and intervention for their patients who are status post knee arthroplasty.