Pre & Post Op

Pre & Post Op

Success of surgery depends a lot on what happens in the postoperative stages. It is important to maximise the surgery by doing exercises that help to stabilise, mobilise and protect the area. Your consultant may also recommend you have some sort of pre-operative intervention, if this is the case Stockport Physio will be happy to design and carry it out.

Stockport Physio will be able to guide you through these stages of rehabilitation. We can assist in monitoring your progress, setting your goals, and providing appropriate treatment to maximise your recovery potential. Stockport Physio can also inform you of how you can help your own recovery, and what should be avoided. You will be provided a specific rehabilitation program, and we aim to back to your full levels of activity and/or sport as quickly as possible.

Typical conditions treated by Stockport Physio:

Knee

  • Anterior & Posterior Cruciate Ligament reconstructions
  • Patella realignment
  • Post Arthroscopy - cartilage tears

Shoulder

  • Rotator cuff repairs
  • Stabilisations following reoccurring dislocations
  • Fractures

Spinal Injuries

  • Discectomy
  • Laminectomy
  • Spinal Fusions

Joint Replacements

  • Knee
  • Hip

Groins

  • Repairs

Ankle

  • Achilles tendon repairs
  • Lateral ligament repairs
  • Foot surgery
  • Ankle Arthroscopy
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