Orthopedic rehabilitation, commonly referred to as ortho rehab, is the process of helping people who have had orthopedic injuries or surgery regain strength, mobility, and function. Musculoskeletal disorders are treated and recovered from in this specialist area of rehabilitation medicine.
Bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and tendons are just a few of the body parts that can be harmed by orthopedic injuries and operations. Fractures, sprains, strains, joint replacements (such as hip or knee), tendon repairs, spinal surgeries, and sports-related injuries are common conditions that may call for ortho rehab.
The specific treatments and interventions in ortho rehab may vary depending on the individual’s condition and needs. They can include:
Physical therapy: This involves exercises, stretching, and manual techniques to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination. It may also include modalities such as heat or cold therapy, electrical stimulation, or ultrasound.
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