Physical therapy and occupational therapy play a key role in rehabilitation
of people with shoulder, knee or hip joint prostheses. This rehabilitation should begin urgently within the first 5 days after the operation and can last from 3 to 5 weeks, depending on the progress of the patient
How can we help?
Physical therapy may also benefit people who have limitations in daily activities due to joint pain. We help you to improve your range of motion, strength, mobility, flexibility, endurance and the ability to perform activities that you did before. A physical therapist can give you the information you need to walk and climb stairs, get in and out of a chair or car, tie your shoes, and other daily activities. Walking aids such as canes and walkers are also common after this procedure and we can help you to identify the correct device to meet your specific needs.