Surgical Rehab

Many times, after surgery, physicians refer patients to physical therapy to recover strength, function, and mobility. We provide one-on-one, evidence-based treatment sessions to help facilitate recovery. We want to see our patients return to the activities of daily living, work, recreational activities, and even competitive sports. Throughout the rehabilitation process, we maintain regular communication with the surgeon.

Many times, after surgery, physicians refer patients to physical therapy to recover strength, function, and mobility. We provide one-on-one, evidence-based treatment sessions to help facilitate recovery. We want to see our patients return to the activities of daily living, work, recreational activities, and even competitive sports. Throughout the rehabilitation process, we maintain regular communication with the surgeon.

Physical Therapy for Post-Operative Care

We help patients recover and rehabilitate from a variety of orthopedic post-operative procedures affecting joints, tendons, or ligaments. The rehabilitative process depends on the injury and type of surgery. Common surgeries include joint replacements, reconstruction of knee ligaments, meniscal repairs, Achilles tendon repairs, hip surgeries, nerve releases, neck and back surgery, bone or joint fusion, tendon transfers, fixation of fractures, shoulder tears, and more.

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Joint Replacement Rehab

The most common joint replacements occur in the shoulder, knee, or hip. Physical Therapy can help patients regain movement and reduce pain, swelling, and stiffness as a result of a joint replacement. Techniques may include manual therapy, soft tissue and joint mobilization, muscle energy, gait and balance training, electrical nerve stimulation, strength training, ultrasound, functional re-education, and rehabilitative exercise. Physical therapy will often begin in the hospital, but continued outpatient therapy is necessary to improve strength.

Lumbar Laminectomy or Discectomy Rehab

Surgery to remove fragments of an extruded herniated disc is common. The procedure is known as a lumbar laminectomy or discectomy. Physical therapy should be prescribed after surgery. Treatment typically consists of flexibility exercises, lumbar stabilization and core strengthening, and aerobic training. Studies have shown that patients who undergo physical therapy after surgery have better outcomes than those who do not.

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