Global Conference on

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

August 24-26, 2023 | London, UK

Surgical Rehabilitation

Surgical Rehabilitation

Before surgery, patients are frequently referred to physical therapy to address post-operative expectations, such as precautions or limits, as well as to maximise strength, range of motion, and function. Both physical and psychological impacts of surgery might affect your recovery and generate frustration and anxiety. Surgical Rehabilitation addresses the stiffness and weakness that might occur following surgery. The treatment is given by hand in physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, or exercise therapy in this method. This will aid in the treatment of patients' discomfort. Post-operative rehabilitation may be required for surgical procedures such as orthopaedic, cardiac, thoracic, neurological, and abdominal surgery. Physiotherapy can help with a wide range of post-operative issues that might arise after any type of surgery. Pain, a loss of strength, a decrease in range of motion, postural concerns, oedema, and difficulties with balance and coordination are all signs of orthopaedic diseases.

  • Postoperative Rehabilitation
  • Post-Surgery Rehabilitation

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