When a patient is looking into hip replacement, the first question they ask themselves is “How does Physiotherapy help in recovering from total hip replacement?” It’s important to understand that many physical therapies can help the patient to achieve their goals of better mobility and function. Physiotherapy in hip replacements is one such therapy that can help the patient to prevent further complications and pain from the hip replacement surgery.
It’s important for the patient to be able to discuss all issues related to their condition with the physiotherapist to ensure the right plan of treatment is developed to address the patient’s needs. The physiotherapist will do their part to help the patient achieve their goals by educating them about their condition, providing them with education about the type of exercises to do to avoid further injuries, and ultimately guiding the patient to performing the recommended exercises to achieve the best results.
When a patient is considering hip replacement surgery, it’s also important to consider the risks. When a patient consults with their Physiotherapist or physical therapist and discusses the possible benefits of their chosen therapy, the Physiotherapist will determine what best suits the patient and their goals.
Physiotherapy is a type of exercise used to help patients rebuild their strength and mobility and to prevent any further damage to their bones. Patients should always consult their doctor before starting any new exercise routine. The Physiotherapist is there to support and advise the patient, but ultimately the decision is up to the patient.