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Post Surgical Rehabilitation Unit
Infinity Physio


When conservative treatment options for an injury or health condition fail to provide effective relief, many physicians will recommend surgical correction. Some common conditions that may lead to surgery include, but are not limited to:
● Total hip replacements
● Full or partial knee replacements
● Rotator cuff tears
● ACL, MCL, and/or meniscus repairs


Your physical therapist will conduct a careful examination after surgery to determine your current condition. He or she will create a routine that includes exercises targeted toward your needs and guides you through those exercises. Physical therapists have numerous exercises, approaches, and specialized pieces of equipment to help you achieve your recovery goals.
The time it takes for you to recover will depend on multiple factors, including your specific surgery and your level of fitness before surgery. It is possible to get physical therapy before surgery as well to improve your recovery time.

Role of physiotherapy

Working with a qualified physical therapist is one of the best things you can do after surgery. Each physical therapist is an expert in how the human body works and what is required to recover from an injury. They can accomplish a lot through targeted exercises and training, including:
● Helping to limit the inflammation, pain, and swelling you experience
● Lessen the development of scar tissue and help wounds heal more quickly
● Assist in improving circulation, gaining strength, and increasing range of motion
● Aid you in regaining functional mobility—the mobility that lets you do the things you love and the things you need to do like hobbies, sports, and work
● Teach you how to use tools and adaptive equipment as needed for any changes you experience after surgery