Post Surgical Rehabilitation

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Post Surgical Rehabilitation

One of the greatest advances in medicine during the 20th century was the development of the artificial human joint. Today over 7 million Americans are living with artificial joint replacements. Conditions such as arthritis, trauma or repetitive stress can wear down joints in the shoulders, elbows, hips and knees. Joint replacement has given new hope to those suffering from the pain and the lost mobility that often accompany damaged joints.
In addition to Total Joint Replacement surgery, hundreds of thousands more people undergo orthopedic surgery every year.



These surgeries most commonly include:

• Rotator Cuff Repairs
• Shoulder Impingement and Labral Tears
• ACL, MCL, LCL, PCL and meniscus reconstruction of the knee
• Spinal Laminectomy, discectomy, and spinal fusion
• Carpal Tunnel Release
• Tennis Elbow Surgery
• Achilles Tendon Repair
• Arm, wrist, or hand fracture with repair
• Leg, ankle, or foot fracture with repair
Our Post Surgical treatment programs are designed to bring about pain relief and return to function. We use therapeutic exercise, physical therapy modalities such as heat, ice, pain relieving treatments such as kinesiotape, electrical stimulation and ultrasound as well as manual therapy techniques such as joint mobilization and myofascial release.
At Comp Rehab our physical therapy staff has over 110 years combined experience and has had excellent results with joint replacement and other orthopedic post surgical patients. We specialize in providing one-on-one therapy sessions using evidence based therapies for the best results. Our goal is to provide customized therapy to reduce or eliminate each person’s pain and improve or enhance each personal’s ability to perform daily tasks safely.
So don’t let post surgical or post joint replacement pain and decreased mobility stop you from enjoying your life. Tell your doctor you want the caring, compassion and experience of the Comp Rehab Team.

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