Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy

Physiotherapy Post Shoulder Arthroscopy, Post Arthroscopy Knee Pain, Post Arthroscopy Physiotherapy

Did you know that there is a medical device designed to detect knee problems and possibly cure them without making a large incision or cut? This device is called an arthroscope and the medical procedure making use of it is called arthroscopy.

Arthroscopy is a medical procedure through which joint problems can be solved through small incisions rather than a complex surgical procedure. But post arthroscopy, the effect can still prove to be a discomfort.

After Arthroscopic Surgery, most individuals are able to walk without needing a medical device to assist them. However, since there have been changes in your knee, post arthroscopy cannot be neglected.

What Exactly Does A Physiotherapist Do?

Joint problems can get the best of us because of which we opt for an arthroscopy but even after arthroscopy, it is important to keep moving our knees to make to accustomed to the normal movements.

Exercises and activities without advice from a professional can sometimes lead to one exerting more stress than the knee can handle. This could cause the knee to be injured which should be avoided for better health.

Therefore, it is necessary to consult a medical professional for exercises post arthroscopy, particularly a physiotherapist.

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Importance of post arthroscopic physiotherapy

Arthroscopy is an excellent way to treat joint problems but it doesn’t mean that one can refrain from maintaining the health of their knee afterward. The structure and the mobility of the knee should be maintained after the procedure as neglecting it might lead to additional problems.

However, as mentioned above the exercises should not be carried out without the advice of a physiotherapist. Physiotherapists are professionals which guide you through physical exercises to maintain or improve the functioning of your knees.

At Theracure, we assist you in improving the mobility and structure of your knee through exercises and similar activities formulated to make your knee active without adding unwanted stress to it.

We focus on helping you by systematically guiding you through different stages in the recovery process. In the first stage, which begins right after the procedure, we aim towards reducing the swelling and discomfort which is experienced by the patient post arthroscopy. During this stage, we assist you in performing small activities.

As time goes by, there will be an improvement in the functioning of the knee. At this stage, we proceed by supporting you through exercises that focus on keeping your knee healthy and prevent further such injuries in the future.

Thus, exercising after arthroscopy in the presence or through the advice of a physiotherapist such as our skilled physiotherapist at Theracure, helps you maintain your knee health and lets you get back at normality.

At TheraCure, our Scope of Physiotherapy conditions

  • Muscle strength and muscle length evaluation & quantification
  • Recommending remedial exercises
  • Physical treatment by electrotherapy modalities like diathermy, ultrasonic therapy, contrast bath, cryotherapy, hydrocollator, trans-electric muscle stimulation, also different therapeutic exercises by machines
  • Applying manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation of soft tissue techniques etc.
  • Myo-fascial release massage to lengthen tight/ contracted tissues.
  • Make an exercise folder for the client to take home.
  • Aid in-home evaluation to make the environment barrier-free and accessible.
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