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Post Surgical Rehab Clinic


The goal of Post surgery rehabilitation is to re establishing muscle strength, joint motion, full joint movement and to restore the full body strength and its functionality. It is an absolute necessity after undergoing an orthopaedic surgery or cardiac surgery or cancer prevention surgery.

In Post surgical rehabilitation programs the patient receive individualized treatment interventions aimed at restoring maximum strength, function and quality.

As part of the program, the patient is given a range of treatment options with the aim of resuming traditional activities of living to the extent as possible.

Some of the most common surgeries for which physiotherapy prescribed include:

  • Orthopedic Surgery: repairs, reconstructions and replacements of bones, joints and muscles
  • Spinal and Neurological Surgery: wide range of procedures are available, including spinal fusions, disc repairs, replacements and brain surgery.
  • Abdominal and Thoracic Surgery: Surgery for the internal organs including the lungs, heart, Liver, Digestive System and other internal organs is called Abdominal and Thoracic Surgery.
  • Obstetric and Gynecological Surgery: postnatal, hysterectomy, gynecological repairs and reconstructions and other procedures.
  • Urological Surgery: bladder and prostate surgery.
  • Breast Surgery: resections and reconstructions.

  • Manage your pain and discomfort.
  • Regain your independence.
  • Strengthen and stretch muscles.
  • Improve circulation and range of motion.
  • Boost lung volume and prevent chest infections.
  • Return to your usual daily activities.
  • Boost your confidence and Reduce any anxiety.
  • Reducing the risk of pressure sores while increasing comfort.
    1. Pain Reduction or Elimination -:
    2. The most common concern after surgery is pain. Various treatment modalities and exercises can effectively reduce or completely eliminate pain by restoring muscle and joint function.

    3. Regained or enhanced mobility -:
    4. As a result of surgery, range of motion is reduced, making it challenging to walk and perform various tasks. Exercise can help increase the range of motion and also teach how to temporarily use mobility devices such as crutches, canes, or walkers.

    5. Better muscle function -:
    6. After surgery, muscles can get stiff and tense. Exercise program can help you improve muscle function, increase strength, flexibility, and endurance. It can be achieved through massages, hands-on therapy, and exercises.

    7. Better balance -:
    8. Surgery is a massive trauma to body, and time is needed to get back to normal. Losing balance and falling down is a common problem after operations, exercises will help to prevent those dangerous accidental falls.

    9. Improved blood circulation -:
    10. surgery is trauma and a lot of time is spend lying in bed, there is a need to make sure your blood circulation is not impacted. Because proper blood circulation is crucial to recovery and healing as it carries oxygen and other nutrients throughout the body.

    We are best in this line :-

  • We provide multimodal therapy under one roof.
  • We provide develop knowledge, attitudes and skills among students to respond to poverty/literacy/poor rehabilitation resource availability in the communities.
  • We provide effective rehabilitation to needs of people with post operative and appropriately refer and guide the person with to do his/her activities of daily living independently.
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