Pre-Post Surgery Rehab


Orthopaedics is a medical speciality concerned with the correction of functional impairments of the musculoskeletal system. The musculoskeletal system includes all the body’s bones, muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments and joints.

Orthopaedic rehabilitation is a form of therapy that treats a wide variety of conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system and is a cornerstone of the programs and services we provide at PROGNOSIA. Orthopaedic rehabilitation encompasses multiple programs and services for different condition.

Post Spinal Surgeries Rehab


The main aim of the rehabilitation programs following surgical correction of spinal deformities is to restore the patient to full function as early as possible without compromising the integrity of the surgical intervention. The most important issue that needs to be considered includes avoiding stress on the healing spine by avoiding strengthening exercises or range-of-motion exercises in regions that will apply significant forces to the healing spine. Early mobilization after surgery is important to prevent deconditioning and other secondary postoperative morbidities. The main points of the rehabilitation program include patient education, teaching spine protection principles and avoiding excessive stress on the healing spine.

Joint Replacement Surgeries Rehab


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Total joint replacement represents a significant advance in the treatment of painful and disabling joint pathologies. Such surgery can be performed on any joints of the body, including the hip, knee, ankle, foot, shoulder, elbow, wrist, and fingers.

Exercises will help increase circulation to your legs and feet, which is important for preventing blood clots. They will also help strengthen your muscles and improve knee movement. Start the exercises as soon as you are able. You can begin them in the recovery room shortly after surgery. You may feel uncomfortable at first, but these exercises will help speed your recovery and actually diminish your postoperative pain.

Ligament Reconstruction Surgery Rehab

Although you can go home on the same day as surgery, recovering from anterior cruciate ligament, ACL surgery, PLC surgery, MCL surgeries, ankle ligament surgery, is not a quick process. From the time you first undergo surgery through full rehabilitation, the process can take up to a few months or more. You need to take it easy and follow a rehabilitation program to strengthen the muscles around the joint and to regain full range of motion.

Hand Surgery Rehab

The hand and arm are amazing, complex parts of the human body and essential for all of our self-care, work and leisure activities. When we lose function or have pain due to accidents, disease, repetitive stress and conditions from birth, a highly skilled and specialized approach is essential to restore our upper limbs back to normal.

Rotator Cuff Surgery Rehab

Rotator cuff surgery is a common treatment for a torn rotator cuff. Most rotator cuff tears are treated without surgery, but there may be situations where surgery is the best treatment. In some cases, surgery is considered immediately after an injury, while in other situations, surgery is only the last step when all other treatments have failed.

The surgical procedure to repair a torn rotator cuff is sometimes the easiest and most straightforward aspect of treatment, and rehab and recovery are the most challenging. People having rotator cuff surgery should understand each step of rehab as a good outcome is highly dependent on the healing and rehabilitation that follows surgery. Here is a timeline of the major steps following rotator cuff surgery.

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