Orthopedic rehabilitation is a specialized branch of physical therapy that focuses on the treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions, injuries, and surgeries related to the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles. It aims to help individuals regain function, mobility, strength, and independence after orthopedic procedures or injuries.
The primary goals of orthopedic rehabilitation include
Orthopedic rehabilitation is typically provided by a team of healthcare professionals, including physical therapists, occupational therapists, and orthopedic surgeons. The specific treatment plan and duration of rehabilitation depend on the individual’s condition, the extent of the injury or surgery, and their overall health and goals. The rehabilitation process is often tailored to the individual’s needs and progress, with regular assessments and modifications to the treatment plan as necessary.
Orthopedic rehabilitation treatments encompass a range of interventions and techniques that are tailored to the individual’s specific condition, injury, or surgery. Here are some common treatments and modalities used in orthopedic rehabilitation: