Post-Operative rehabilitation in Bangkok
Recover from orthopaedic surgery safely under the guidance of our experts
Surgical procedures that affect your mobility will also affect your lifestyle. The surgery might have addressed the major issues in your joints, muscles, or ligaments but they need to heal, strengthen and retain their full range of motion so you can get back to your normal state. However, this is all easier said than done.
Before going into surgery, you are warned of the risks and then they learn about the limitations that they will face while recovering from the procedure. Once the surgery is complete and it is successful, it is up to the patient to progressively strengthen their muscles to regain normal motion.
Don’t go in for surgery before considering your rehabilitation plans as your preparation can make a huge difference in your recovery. By working with Form Recovery and Wellness’ team of professionals in advance, you’ll have an effective “Pre-Hab” and Post-Operative Rehabilitation plan so you can get back to living your best life as soon as possible.
Here’s how a strong post-op rehab plan will benefit you:
While many of our clients take up our Post Operative Rehab routines, we highly encourage you to consider Pre-hab as well. When used together, Pre-hab makes Post-Operative Rehab more effective. People who are going to undergo surgery can elect for Pre-hab as soon as they know the date of their procedure. A certified physiotherapist will need to assess each case individually to come up with a customised Pre-hab plan. Get in touch with us as soon as you know your surgery dates and we’ll create your customised rehab plan.
How we manage post-op rehab
We take your personal circumstances into account when it comes to setting up an effective rehabilitation plan for you by following these 3 steps:
Team Based Approach. Our ultimate goal is to get you back to doing the things you love without painkillers, injections, and surgeries. We do that by involving our entire team. Every case is regularly reviewed by the Head of each Department to give you the highest chance of success. It is thus not uncommon for our team to recommend a multi-disciplinary approach between Physiotherapy, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Alternative Thai Medicine. However, after the consultation, we will recommend the treatment method that best suits your needs, whether that’s a combination of therapies or a single method.