Physiotherapy

The Hip & Knee clinic offers rapid access to a team of highly qualified and experienced physiotherapists who have a wide range of specialist interests including, musculoskeletal problems, orthopaedic and sports injury conditions.

Our physiotherapists aim is to help you, before or after surgery, to remain as active and independent as possible whilst discovering the right balance between rest and activity.

We will:

  • Assess your range of movement and muscle strength
  • Help you understand what is happening to your joints and muscles
  • Address your individual needs
  • Teach you mobilising, stretching and strengthening exercises tailored to your exact needs
  • Discuss strategies to help you manage your day-to-day pain.

Physiotherapy advice following Total Hip Replacement Surgery

Exercise forms a crucial part of the recovery process following a total hip replacement surgery.

Your personalised programme will depend upon the exact type of operation that you have had and this will be discussed with you before you are discharged from hospital.

There are however a few basic principles that can be followed in the early stages.

 

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Physiotherapy advice following Total Knee Replacement Surgery

Exercise forms a crucial part of the recovery process following knee replacement surgery.

Your personalised programme will depend upon the exact type of operation that you have had and will be discussed with you before you are discharged from hospital.

There are however a few basic principles that can be followed in the early stages for every operation.

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Physiotherapy advice following Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopic knee surgery is minimally invasive knee surgery used to treat a variety of knee conditions.

Rehabilitation is an important part of the healing process regardless of diagnosis and should be done under the supervision of one of our chartered physiotherapists. ‘Physio’ is recommended as it will speed up the recovery process.

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Physiotherapy advice following Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Repair Surgery

Rehabilitation following Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Repair surgery can take up to a year depending on the desired level of function.

The goal is to maximise the chances of restoring function to what it was before injury and surgery and to minimise the risk of re-injury.

Rehab can be a daunting process – It requires dedication focus and patience to achieve goals, but it can also be fun and you may emerge fitter and stronger than ever before!

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