Orthopedic and Post Surgical RehabilitationPFMC Team Lead2019-12-24T02:54:26-07:00
Orthopedic and Post Surgical Rehabilitation
At Peak Form Medical Clinic we offer progressive rehabilitation to help you get back your quality of life. We’re here as a member of your team to make sure you’re able to return safely to your previous activities in work, sports and play.
Physicians commonly recommend rehabilitation with a skilled physical therapist immediately after surgery to accelerate the healing process and ensure your best path back to normal daily function.
Your Peak Form Physical Therapist will work closely with your surgeon to optimize the rehabilitation process, and execute a plan of care tailored to your specific operation. We are extremely careful to incorporate any post-surgical precautions from your surgeon and ensure safe, steady progress.
As you heal and get your strength and range of motion back, your therapy will focus on returning you to the highest level of function possible.
Our highly qualified physical therapists specialize in treating post-operative acute injuries, sporting injuries, arthritis and amputations. Rehabilitation focuses on problems associated with muscles, bones, ligaments, and tendons.
Commonly Used Treatments and Techniques
Treatment varies according to the type of surgery performed. We work with your surgeon on a specific protocol for treatment.
Types of treatment used at Peak Form include:
Management of pain and swelling
Training in use of assistive equipment (such as crutches)
Strengthening and stretching activities
Joint mobilization and manipulation
Soft tissue mobilization
Gait training activities
Modalities such as Ultrasound and Electrical Stimulation
Specialized home exercise program
Your therapist may also use massage, heat, ice, ultrasound and/or electrical stimulation.
Please note that we also offer pre-surgical physical therapy to help you make sure you’re in the best possible condition going into your surgery.
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A physician prescription/referral isn’t necessary for insurance coverage