Rehabilitation after fractures, injuries, prosthetic joints, operations includes the replacement rate of manual therapy, physiotherapy, massage therapy, physical therapy, and sometimes psychotherapy. You need to pay special attention to diet of the patient and try to give him/her a diet that can contribute to a rapid recovery of the body.
Modern methods of rehabilitation therapy can be used in the initial stage of the rehabilitation period such as the development of passive joints or CPM therapy.
Physical therapy helps to fully restore blood circulation and activate the processes of regenerative processes in the tissues of affected joints. Ultrasound, electrical stimulation, phonophoresis, magnetic therapy, sismo-therapy and water massage can help you recover in a timely fashion.
The physician decides what to give a patient on the basis of the results of the survey, which is always held after the completion of primary treatment.
Passive development or CPM therapy are two courses that include a special training process that helps to direct, control and lessen the burden on the injured joints. For each patient, an individual program is created with a certain velocity and amplitude. This allows developing muscles after injuries.
Exercise therapy is prescribed when the initial phase of the rehabilitation period is passed. Simulators are used in which the injured joints of the patient starts to develop independently in accordance with their capabilities. Modern medical equipment in the market offers therapeutic exercise machines from silicones to stepper tracks.
Pay special attention to diet after the injury after following in doctor’s advice. The diet should contain high content of proteins.