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If you’ve recently had surgery, there’s a good chance you’ll be sent to the best physical therapist for post-operative rehabilitation. We frequently treat patients who are recovering from surgery, and sometimes we even see them before surgery to make sure they’re in good shape before surgery or to give them instruction on using assistive devices while they’re recovering.

 

Rest assured, you will recover from your surgery, but it can take a lot of time to regain your strength and motion. It all depends on the type of surgery you’ve had, the severity of your injury or illness, and how long you’ve had the condition before surgery was performed.

The outlook is good for patients who visit Physical Therapists NYC because we have medical doctors on staff to deal with any concerns or issues that may come up. They can also keep an eye on your progress to make sure you’re as health as can be. We feature a state-of-the-art facility that has the best diagnostic tools available as well as a well-appointed gym, so you can do all of your aftercare with us and not chase around town to different facilities.

Stages of Surgery Rehab in NYC

Typically, post-operative care can be categorized into four blocks.

  • Surgery Recovery. This is where you’ll be focused on managing pain from the incision, reducing swelling, possibly keeping the area immobilized, and battling an infection.
  • Returning Motion. The next step is to start moving. This isn’t just to return you to normal function, moving helps blood flow and pushes healing along faster. Physical therapy will begin very gently in most situations to ease you into healing. Then you will progress to do more movements and increase your range of motion without pain.
  • Rebuilding Strength. While you’re moving, your muscles are working, so you’ve already begun developing strength in the motion phase of your recovery. Adding extra strength to the region and improving cardiovascular endurance will improve your all-over health post-surgery and is an essential part of any post-operative rehabilitation program.
  • Restoring Normal Function. You’re working toward recovering your normal function, it will take time and gradual steps. It may go faster for some people than others, but it’s a process of moving forward relentlessly, regardless of the time involved.

Post-Surgical Rehab

Read more: https://www.physicaltherapistsnyc.com/physical-therapy-services/post-surgical-rehab/

Physical Therapists NYC
80 Maiden Ln, # 905C,
New York, NY 10038
(212) 386–7979
Web Address
https://www.physicaltherapistsnyc.com/
https://www.physicaltherapistsnyc.com/locations/physical-therapy-manhattan-ny/

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https://plus.codes/87G7PX4R+RV New York

Nearby Locations:
New York:
Financial District | Tribeca | Civic Center | Two Bridges
10005 | 10007 | 10002

Working Hours:
Monday: 07.30AM — 06.30PM
Tuesday: 07.30AM — 06.00PM
Wednesday: 07.30AM — 06.30PM
Thursday: 07.30AM — 06.00PM
Friday: 07.30AM — 03.00PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 09.00AM — 02.00PM

Payment: cash, check, credit cards.

Dr. Hetarth Kapadia is a licensed physical therapist in the state of New York. Dr. Hetarth pursued his Bachelor’s in physical therapy from India and has worked with orthopedic, neurological and cardiovascular patients. Dr. Hetarth pursued his Masters in Kinesiology from California Baptist University, Riverside, California with Exercise science as a major. He worked in New York at various outpatient clinics where he dealt with patients with musculoskeletal and orthopedic disorders. Dr. Hetarth is currently pursuing his Doctorate in physical therapy at Touro College, New york as he is passionate about learning and updating himself with latest skills and information to deliever effective and efficient results to his patients. Dr. Hetarth loves to take care of his patients along with that he loves music, dance, art, travelling and learning new things. Education and Training: S.B.B. College Of Physiotherapy, Bachelor's in Physical Therapy California Baptist University, Master's in Kinesiology and Exercise Science Physical Therapists NYC 80 Maiden Ln, # 905C, New York, NY 10038 (212) 386–7979 Web Address https://www.physicaltherapistsnyc.com/ https://www.physicaltherapistsnyc.com/locations/physical-therapy-manhattan-ny/ Our locations on the map: https://g.page/physicaltherapyny https://plus.codes/87G7PX4R+RV New York Nearby Locations: New York: Financial District | Tribeca | Civic Center | Two Bridges 10005 | 10007 | 10002 Working Hours: Monday: 07.30AM — 06.30PM Tuesday: 07.30AM — 06.00PM Wednesday: 07.30AM — 06.30PM Thursday: 07.30AM — 06.00PM Friday: 07.30AM — 03.00PM Saturday: Closed Sunday: 09.00AM — 02.00PM Payment: cash, check, credit cards. - Contact Hetarth at  
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