As with any surgical procedure, orthopedic surgery comes with a recovery period afterward. All operations require some form of tissue trauma, and musculoskeletal surgery involves cutting skin, muscle, tendon, ligament, and/or bone tissues – so these must heal before you regain your motion and strength in the area.
It therefore takes significant time for your body to be able to handle intense physical activity or exercise after orthopedic surgery.… Read More
Having orthopedic surgery is a positive step on the road to recovery after illness or injury, but the process of recuperation and rehabilitation can be arduous and taxing. Some days, progress may be hard to notice, and there will be days when finding that motivation to go to physical therapy or to move around will take every bit of oomph you have in your being.… Read More