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Rehabilitation after surgery

Rehabilitation after surgery


After the patient underwent surgery, There will be a long recovery period, which results in muscle weakness, lower blood pressure, as well as pain from surgical wounds will result in more difficulty breathing, such as patients who have abdominal surgery or heart surgery.

For patients who have surgery around the spine or joints, there is often a harder movement, such as knee, hip joint surgery. As a result, daily life is difficult. If not rehabilitated, it can cause bedriddenness. As a result, quality of life is reduced and it also makes care more difficult.


Rehabilitation requires assessing patients and their goals for physical therapy, such as planning to return to normal walking, the physiotherapist will provide an exercise program with electrical stimulation to increase strength before walking practice and can return to their normal life.