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Orthopaedic
Rehabilitation

Get integrated rehabilitation services to regain lost confidence and mobility after bone injury and long-term illnesses.

Regain Physical Balance . Boost Strength . Increase Confidence.

Orthopaedic
Rehabilitation

Get integrated rehabilitation services to regain lost confidence
and mobility after bone injury and long-term illnesses.

Regain Physical Balance . Boost Strength . Increase Confidence.

PATIENT STORY

Cartilage degeneration due to osteoarthritis caused acute pain in Arunima's knees. Post bilateral total knee replacement, she lost her balance. On arriving at ApoKOS, she spent hours undergoing physical therapies like isometric strengthening of calf and ankle muscles, proprioceptive training and trunk stabilization training, with the help of therapists. For improving balance, she underwent sessions in the robotic tool balance master. When she was discharged, her gait, balance, and strength had improved so much that she was eventually able to walk and climb stairs independently.

PATIENT DETAILS

Who is a candidate for Orthopedic Rehabilitation?

Joints in the knees become painful after a certain age due to arthritis, osteoarthritis, defects in cartilage and ligament, often resulting in knee replacement. This is carried out by replacing the surfaces of the knee joints with metals. Post-surgery rehabilitation procedures that involve physical therapy, hand therapy, and athletic training are essential to help patients regain their physical balance and independence.

Hip or femur fractures at an old age are treated through hip arthroplasty, which entails replacement of the hip joint with a prosthetic. A part of the femur bone, starting from its head, is replaced with an artificial metal ball. Post-surgery systematic inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation procedures that involve balance training, physiotherapy, limb exercising, and athletic training, are essential measures to enable the patients to recover from the shock.

For patients suffering from multiple traumatic injuries, it is important to go through a process of post-treatment orthopedic rehabilitation that includes constant medication, limb exercises, balance training, and physiotherapy, to help re-integrate into their normal independent lives.

Lower limbs of people can be deformed due to injuries, genetics, or other factors that take place during the development of the foetus. Surgical treatments are required in serious situations.  Post- surgery rehabilitation as well as normal rehabilitative procedures that entail regular medication,  physical exercises, slow walking, balance training, and mild therapies, can provide effective care that results in restoration of the overall musculoskeletal system.

Experiencing pain after limb amputations is common. With the help of the correct orthopedic therapy and rehabilitation procedures involving physical exercises, balance training, and medication, patients can hasten the period of recovery and soon return to normalcy.