Fracture treatment includes immobilisation, primarily bandage or plaster. After this, we will do the physiotherapy treatment through our physiotherapy specialist.
Some of the fractures you can face are:
Once the fractured body part comes out from the cast or the bandage, we will accomplish the recovery with the physiotherapy treatment. We ensure we heal you through our post-fracture physiotherapy specialist in Seawoods.
Extra stress enters the body for bone fracture. Because of the plaster, you get joint stiffness and muscle weakness. Because of the pressure, various soft tissues and structures also get damaged.
Stress impacts joints that do not have a link to the breakage of the bone. For example, if you have a fractured shoulder, you may have the following:
The reason is that your shoulder has been in a sling for some weeks. So we will offer you physiotherapy through our post-fracture physiotherapy specialist at Seawoods.
We will offer you physiotherapy rehabilitation so that you get the muscle strength back. Our therapy will depend on the type of fracture. We will start the treatment after the removal of the cast.
After the healing of the bone, we will provide you with the aggressive motion exercises. We will also tell you to make use of assistive devices.
Physiotherapy will accelerate the healing process after the bone alignment. Some of the procedures are:
All the above processes will help the recovery of the patient by speeding up the healing process. This process will also reduce pain as well as swelling. It will further improve the range of motion.
Physiotherapy plays an important role when it comes to the fracture and post-surgical management. For post-fracture and post-surgical physiotherapy in Seawoods:
After the fracture or surgery, physiotherapy is essential. If you do not undergo the procedure, you will have lifetime weakness in the upper and lower limbs. You will have stiff or painful joints after the surgery or fracture.