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Orthopedic rehabilitation is a specialized service that focuses on helping patients recover from injuries or surgeries that affect the musculoskeletal system, including bones, muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
Orthopedic injuries can be caused by accidents, sports activities, overuse, or age-related wear and tear.
The goal of orthopedic rehabilitation is to help patients regain their physical function, mobility, and quality of life. The rehabilitation process typically involves a comprehensive evaluation by a physical therapist, who will develop an individualized treatment plan that addresses the patient’s specific needs and goals.
Therapeutic exercise programs are a critical component of physical therapy, designed to help patients improve their physical function, mobility, and overall health. These programs are typically customized to meet the unique needs of each patient, based on their specific condition, health goals, and physical abilities.
The goal of therapeutic exercise programs is to help patients rebuild strength, improve range of motion, and reduce pain and discomfort associated with injuries, illnesses, or chronic conditions. These programs may include a variety of exercises and techniques, such as stretching, strengthening, and cardiovascular exercises, as well as balance and coordination exercises. By following a targeted therapeutic exercise program, patients can regain their physical function, increase their mobility, and improve their overall quality of life.