About Tendon Repair & Post-surgery Rehab
Common surgeries in the elbow, wrist, and hand involve the repair of the vast amount of tendons and ligaments in these areas. Depending on the type and extent of your surgery, your physician will recommend physical therapy to help you recover completely from your surgical procedure.
The fingers, hand, and wrist are very tightly packed with tendons, ligaments, and intricate structures. This means that swelling is very common in these areas after surgery and can become quite stiff, leading to loss of range of motion, gripping, dexterity, and normal functioning of the fingers, hand, wrist, or elbow.
How physical therapy helps
We work closely with your physician and their protocol to ensure a complete recovery from your surgical procedure. Our gentle and specialized hands-on therapy manages the swelling in your fingers, hand, wrist, or elbow. The better this swelling is controlled, the faster your recovery can be. Per your surgical rehab protocol, we will progress your range of motion and eventually begin strengthening of the affected areas.
Our goal is to make sure you have a complete recovery with good use of your fingers, hand, wrist, or elbow for everyday tasks. For more details on our post-surgical rehab program, call us today!