Post Operative Physiotherapy
After surgery, joints become rigid and you may experience some muscle weakness and wastage and easy fatiguability. This can lead to immobilisation and pain or swelling in the affected region.
It is necessary to limit deconditioning of over all body following any surgery and retain the strength and stamina / endurance to get back to the pre surgical lifestyle. . Our "phase-based rehabilitation" programs make sure the best and fastest recovery possible by first controlling the swelling, then restoring your full normal range of motion, and then progressing on to advanced strengthening and stretching.
What is Post-Op Rehab?
Post-Op Rehab is the rehabilitation programs designed for the patient post his/her surgery. A physiotherapist will develop this program and by following this program the patient has an opportunity to recover more effectively.
What We Offer?
Physiotherapy is needed and is essential after most of the surgeries. These include
- Orthopaedic surgeries
- Neuro surgery
- Cardiac surgery
- Oncological surgery
- Organ transplant
How can Arooj Physiotherapy help me with my recovery from surgery?
A physiotherapist will come to your home as per your convenience, avoiding the need to take time off work, attempt to finish early or struggle out of the house if you are undergoing extreme pain.
Why avail physiotherapy services from Arooj?
- A full subjective assessment
Arooj offers you a full subjective assessment.In this procedure a discussion will be conducted with your physiotherapist regarding your surgery, any restrictions in place, protocols from the surgeon and your goals for rehabilitation. Your physiotherapist will also look at your lifestyle, past medical history, symptoms, aggravating factors, nature of the condition and any risk factors in order obtain a detailed picture of your surgery and determine how best to proceed.
- Comprehensive physical examination
A comprehensive physical examination of your posture, strength, range of movement, way of walking and bio-mechanics will be conducted. This will enable us to identify the best rehabilitation strategies and develop an effective treatment plan to ease any pain, improve mobility and assist you in recovering into full fitness.
- Treatment options
In this session, treatment options may include, joint mobilisation, gait re-education, mobility and balance work, deep tissue massage, stretching, trigger point release, myofascial release techniques, soft tissue release, proprioceptive neuro-muscular facilitation. The appropriate combination of treatment options will be selected by your physiotherapist and modified to provide optimum improvement in terms of strength, range of motion, mobility, fitness and reduction in pain.
- Self management
Arooj offers self-management, which is a key part of recovering from surgery, and your physiotherapist will provide you with a personalised rehabilitation program, which would be tailored to meet your requirements and goals whatever they may be. Elements included in this program will be:
- A graded strengthening and exercise program
- Stretching techniques, balance exercises
- Postural advice
- Core strengthening exercises and strategies to re-adapt to normal daily life
Benefits of availing treatment from Arooj
AFFORDABLE COST OF TREATMENT WITH BEST CLINICAL RESULTS
One can receive healthcare at par with hospitals without the hassle and any additional expense.
TAILORED PATIENT CARE WITH DOCTOR'S SUPERVISION
The patient's doctor controls the treatment with the help of care guided by a customized care plan. Progress is tracked electronically.
PROFESSIONAL PROTOCOL LED HEALTHCARE
Qualified medical professionals visit daily to make sure proper care is provided at home and is carried out with strict adherence to protocols.
QUICKER PATIENT RECOVERY AT HOME
Being in a familiar environment has the psychological benefits of security.
COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE FOR THE PATIENT
Along with the visits and reports to doctors for consultation, we extend regular patient health reports. Disease counselling is also offered to the patient.