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We assess your strength, function & flexibility post-surgery; help in pain management; & facilitate recovery.
Post-operative physiotherapy is the key to a patient’s recovery. This surgery rehabilitation therapy is vital to restoring body strength, motility, and full joint movement & functionality. After undergoing any major surgery such as cardiac surgery, cancer prevention surgery, or orthopedic surgery, physical therapy becomes an absolute requirement. Surgeons highly recommend rehab physical therapy since it can hasten the post-operative recovery as well as reduce any swelling that follows the initial injury. Physiotherapists plan the sessions and exercise programs depending on the different phases of healing and the progress of the patient.
Book an online appointment; Request a call back on website; Simply dial 1800-103-4530.
Our executive gets in touch with you and schedules an appointment.
Our qualified expert visits your home for an assessment and initiates the therapy.
Measures improvement over time and recommends next steps if any.
Nightingales home health care services specializes in offering the Best Post Operative Physiotherapy at home. We have a dedicated team of Physiotherapists who are experts in providing post-operative care for a wide range of conditions such as Total knee replacement, Total hip replacement, Ligament reconstruction, Rotator cuff repair, Fracture fixation and Spine surgeries.
With result-based practices, Nightingales home physiotherapy service provides an effective treatment plan to help patients recover faster.
Get Post-Operative Physiotherapy treatment from a certified and well-experienced physiotherapist at the comfort of your home.
Post-Operative Physiotherapy or Post-Surgery Rehabilitation is a crucial process that involves a lot of physiotherapy sessions and exercises to help the patient get better and resume normal physical activities and improve the quality of life.
In most cases, the doctor also recommends pre-surgery physiotherapy as it helps patients recover faster after surgery, specifically, increased joint movements and reduced swelling following an initial injury.
Post-operative physiotherapy or Post-surgery rehabilitation is essential for patients after undergoing surgeries related to orthopedic, cardiac, cancer and other major surgeries.
Using a range of exercises, Physiotherapists help patients regain muscle strength and movement so that they can perform routine tasks as soon as possible.
Physical exercises such as Quadriceps sets, Straight leg raises, Ankle pumps, Knee straightening exercises, Bed-supported knee bends, Sitting supported knee bends, Stair climbing and descending and Sitting unsupported knee bends, etc. help patients re-establish the muscle strength, joint motion, full joint movement and flexibility.
Advanced exercises such as Standing knee bends and Assisted knee bends are recommended to build optimal strength and functionality, once the patient has regained independence for a shorter distance.
Post Operative Physiotherapy aims to reinstate lost mobility in the body after surgery through customized sessions and exercises. The conditions treated by best physiotherapists at Nightingales include:
1) Total Knee Replacement:
Total Knee replacement is an advanced surgical procedure to restore pain-free movement to the knee joint by replacing it with artificial material. Post Operative Physiotherapy is recommended to patients as it helps them to get back on their feet, strengthens legs and restores knee movement.
2) Total Hip Replacement:
Total Hip Replacement is an advanced surgical procedure in which worn out or damaged hip joint is replaced with artificial parts. Post Operative Physiotherapy is recommended to patients as it helps them restore mobility and strength and enables to resume normal activities. It also helps patients heal from injuries caused due to trauma such as a hip fracture or dislocation caused by a fall.
3) Spine surgeries:
Spine surgery is a major surgical procedure to treat spinal disorders and conditions. Post Operative Physiotherapy will help patients manage pain after spine surgery, allowing them to recover as quickly as possible through lifestyle changes and exercise.
Post-Operative Physiotherapy aims to help people to restore optimal mobility and overall functions in the body. It also helps in
1) Building muscle strength, improving posture and balance of the body.
2) Reducing pain with various manual therapy that is crucial for strengthening weakened and disused muscles.
3) Restoring normal movement patterns and habits.
4) Returning to recreational activities, sports and peak performance.
A: We are currently available in 3 major cities in India: Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Mumbai.
A: You can choose from multiple options to find a Nightingales's Physiotherapist near you - Book online, request a call back on our website or simply dial +91 1800 103 4530. Our team will connect you with the nearest physiotherapist in your city who can treat your condition.
A: We have qualified Physiotherapists with MPT & BPT degrees; all of them are experienced professionals & are well trained in providing home-based care.
A: Our Physiotherapist measures improvement in your condition over time and recommends next steps, exercises & a course of action for you.
A: Session count and duration depends on the patient’s condition and our evaluation. On an average a Physiotherapy session lasts for about 45 minutes.
A: Yes. Date and time preferences can be discussed with your visiting Physiotherapist. The sessions in the package will need to be taken within the agreed duration at the time of booking.
A: A physiotherapist can treat variety ofissues like Sports injuries, Musculoskeletal, Neurological problems depending upon the Expetis of the physiotherapist. Some of the Common issues that can be treated by a physiotherapist are as follows: Neck pain, back pain, and sport injuries caused by problems in the muscles and skeleton. Problems in the bones, joints pain, muscles pain and ligaments, such as arthritis. Fatigue, pain, swelling, stiffness and loss of muscle strength. Loss of mobility because of trauma to the Stroke or spine, or due to diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, Post operative exercises after THR and TKR , COPD , Geriaritic rehabilitation.
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