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What is Orthopedic Rehabilitation?​

Rehabilitation Rehabilitation is aimed at long and short-term goals in all orthopedic cases of the musculoskeletal system that require pre- and post-treatment. The work done is to bring the patient to the optimum level of functional well-being and to rehabilitate them, as well as to protect the current condition of the patient and the surgery performed.

      according to _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_   _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-1378df-cc-136bad5c It is a personalized program developed for sports. The goals of orthopedic rehabilitation can be examined under two headings as short-term and long-term goals:​

  1. short-term goals

  • Reducing the level of activation in the acute stage and listening

  • Reducing inflammation and pain, if any

  • Increasing joint mobility (by protecting tissues that need to be protected)

  • Informing and educating the patient

  • Reducing extracapsular edema​

   2. Long term purposes

  • Increasing musculotendinous flexibility

  • Increasing muscle strength, power and endurance

  • Restoring normal biomechanical functions

  • Improving balance, proprioception and kinesthetic sense

  • Progressive return to functional activities

What does the treatment involve?​

      _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b3b-136bad_cf-agent-136bad5cf -cold application, Tens and ultrasound), Manual therapy techniques (such as Mulligan Concept, Maitland, Cyriax and kinetic control.) are used. It includes joint mobilization and manipulation. Afterwards, post isometric relaxation techniques and clinical taping techniques are used and a personalized exercise program is created.

In which situations is orthopedic rehabilitation necessary?​

  • Meniscus tears

  • ligament injuries

  • muscle tears

  • Achilles tendinitis

  • Foot, ankle fractures

  • Heel spur (plantar fasciitis)

  • Arthroplasty

  • Bankart lesions (recurrent shoulder dislocation)

  • herniated disc

  • waist slip

  • Neck hernia

  • Nerve compression in the elbow (cubital tunnel syndrome)

  • Patella (kneecap) fractures

  • dull shoulder

  • flat feet

  • Wrist cysts (ganglion)

  • carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Bone resorption (osteoporosis)

  • cubital tunnel syndrome

  • Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)

  • fractures

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