What Is Post-Surgery Rehabilitation?
With physical therapy and drills, post-surgery rehab is the critical process of re-establishing muscular strength, joint motion, full joint movement, and restoring full body strength and functioning. The duration of post-surgery physiotherapy varies depending on the surgical technique. It might run anywhere from a month under a year.
Physiotherapy at the Hospital
In many situations, rehabilitation will begin the day after your surgery. The type of treatment you receive will be determined by the type of surgery you had, your doctor’s recommendations, and your stage of recuperation.
The following are examples of common post-operative treatments:
- Activities for Breathing and Circulation: to avoid respiratory and vascular issues
- Assistance with motion: to help you move safely following surgery.
- Crutches or other walking aids: advice and training on how to use crutches or other walking aids safely as needed.
- Discharge Advice: information about any equipment you might need at home once you’ve been discharged.
Why choose us?
This might be a straightforward rehabilitation process or a complex recovery depending on the injuries and type of surgery. We can obtain exceptional results for your rehabilitation regardless of the amount of your damage because of our experience treating many post-surgical rehab patients. Every step of the journey, we’ll be there for you. Call us today to find out how we can help you recover from surgery swiftly and with confidence.
- Knee, hip, and shoulder joint replacements are all candidates for our post-surgical rehab programme.
- Knee ligament tears include the ACL, MCL, PCL, and LCL.
- Recovery from arthroscopy and meniscus surgery
- Shoulder healing after rotator cuff injuries, arthroscopy, and other procedures
- Following a survivor, general rehabilitation is required.