In the hospital, you will be supplied with simple exercises to minimise complications like chest infection or blood clots (DVT’s). You may even be prescribed some early strengthening or range of motion exercises. Once you’re discharged, you’ll commonly require re-assessment and checking of your progress.
Post-orthopaedic surgery, you may nearly definitely need exercise progression to totally regain your strength, flexibility and performance. Consulting a healer fully fledged in post-operative rehabilitation is common apply.
Common Surgeries Requiring Post-Operative Care:
Shoulder: Shoulder Reconstruction, Shoulder Stabilisation, complex body part Repair, Acromioplasty, Manipulation, Capsulotomy, Fracture
Elbow: Tennis Elbow Release, Golfers Elbow Release, Fracture
Wrist & Hand: Carpal Tunnel Release, Fracture, Tendon Repairs
Hip: Hip Replacements/Resurfacing, Hip labral repairs, Hip Arthroscope, Fracture
Knee: Knee Replacements, ACL and Ligament Reconstruction, Arthroscope, Meniscal Repairs, Ankle Reconstruction, Ligament Repairs, Arthroscope, Fracture, Spur Removal, Bunionectomy
Spine (Neck & Back): Discectomy, Micro-discectomy, Laminectomy, Spinal Fusion/Stabilisation