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Orthopedic Rehabilitation

October 14 2017 at 09:51 AM by Admin


“The broken bone, once set together, is stronger than ever “; this phrase justifies the concept of orthopedic rehabilitation to the hilt. Injuries happen to people all the time and sometimes they can be really painful in the least. Broken bones are not easy to deal with and the pain makes it even worse. A lack of care and proper diagnosis can make recovery unattainable. Orthopedic rehabilitation is a program designed to provide facilities and aids to people suffering from orthopedic handicap in order to facilitate a quick yet smooth recovery process monitored by a team of professionals.

Why Orthopedic Rehabilitation?

A well-managed orthopedic rehabilitation program helps in the patient’s recovery process by boosting their muscle strength, helping them regain range of motion, function, balance, endurance and flexibility. It decreases the chances of recurrence of injuries, relieves acute pain and repairs damaged bones.  Such a program can enable you to perform activities of daily need without any assistance by enhancing the patient’s postural alignment, movement patterns, body mechanics and quality of movement with daily activities. A personalized plan is designed to meet the individual’s bodily requirements so that he receives optimum benefit from it. The plan is engineered to meet individual recovery goals and to treat them based on their specific injuries. The program involves therapy sessions that include exercises, physical therapy, treatment and medication, self-care techniques, educational classes, functional activities and support provisions.

Who Needs It?

The following are a few of the many set of conditions that can significantly benefit from the program –

  • Orthopedic Injuries
  • Osteoporosis
  • Sprains, Strains, Ligament tears and Fractures
  • Sports Injuries
  • Muscle, Myofascial and Joint pain
  • Back and Neck pain
  • Chronic pain / Fibromyalgia
  • Body misalignments (scoliosis)/Spinal dysfunctions
  • Soft tissue Injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Degenerative Joint Disease
  • Rotator cuff Injuries
  • Sciatica
  • Total Joint Replacements
  • Balance Disorders

In conclusion, any rehabilitation process is accomplishedwith the collective collaboration of the patient, family members, interdisciplinary care team members including an orthopedician, surgeon, physiatrist, consulting physicians, therapists, social workers, nurses and psychologist. It is with the cooperative efforts of these trained professionals that an orthopedic rehabilitation program leads to the patient’s effective improvement and subsequently its success.

“The broken bone, once set together, is stronger than ever “; this phrase justifies the concept of orthopedic rehabilitation to the hilt. Injuries happen to people all the time and sometimes they can be really painful in the least. Broken bones are not easy to deal with and the pain makes it even worse. A lack of care and proper diagnosis can make recovery unattainable. Orthopedic rehabilitation is a program designed to provide facilities and aids to people suffering from orthopedic handicap in order to facilitate a quick yet smooth recovery process monitored by a team of professionals. Why Orthopedic Rehabilitation? A well-managed orthopedic rehabilitation program helps in the patient’s recovery process by boosting their muscle strength, helping them regain range of motion, function, balance, endurance and flexibility. It decreases the chances of recurrence of injuries, relieves acute pain and repairs damaged bones.  Such a program can enable you to perform activities of daily need without any assistance by enhancing the patient’s postural alignment, movement patterns, body mechanics and quality of movement with daily activities. A personalized plan is designed to meet the individual’s bodily requirements so that he receives optimum benefit from it. The plan is engineered to meet individual recovery goals and to treat them based on their specific injuries. The program involves therapy sessions that include exercises, physical therapy, treatment and medication, self-care techniques, educational classes, functional activities and support provisions. Who Needs It? The following are a few of the many set of conditions that can significantly benefit from the program – Orthopedic Injuries Osteoporosis Sprains, Strains, Ligament tears and Fractures Sports Injuries Muscle, Myofascial and Joint pain Back and Neck pain Chronic pain / Fibromyalgia Body misalignments (scoliosis)/Spinal dysfunctions Soft tissue Injuries Arthritis Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Degenerative Joint Disease Rotator cuff Injuries Sciatica Total Joint Replacements Balance Disorders In conclusion, any rehabilitation process is accomplishedwith the collective collaboration of the patient, family members, interdisciplinary care team members including an orthopedician, surgeon, physiatrist, consulting physicians, therapists, social workers, nurses and psychologist. It is with the cooperative efforts of these trained professionals that an orthopedic rehabilitation program leads to the patient’s effective improvement and subsequently its success.


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