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Shoulder Rehabilitation

Shoulder Rehabilitation

The shoulder is considered one of the most mobile joints in the body, but a fall, accident, trauma or disease can cause pain, weakness, numbness, instability and sometimes disability. The first line of treatment for shoulder problems include rest, immobilisation, ice application, NSAIDs and steroid injections. When these conservative treatments do not relieve symptoms and in cases of severe injuries, your doctor will suggest surgical treatment.

Total Joint Rehabilitation

Total Joint Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is a treatment method designed to facilitate recovery after a serious injury, illness or surgery. It is aimed at restoring the physical, sensory, intellectual, psychological and social function of the patient. Total joint rehabilitation is recommended following a total joint replacement surgery to enhance healing and return the patient to their prior level of functioning.

Rehabilitation Exercises

Rehabilitation Exercises

A rehabilitation programme often includes stretching and bending exercises, massage, stability exercises, physiotherapy, heat therapy and much more. Various techniques employed in a rehabilitation programme have a significance of their own in improving physical performance and restoring the patient to normal activities.

Pre-Surgical Rehabilitation

Pre-Surgical Rehabilitation

Pre-surgical rehabilitation or “prehab” is a preparative exercise programme prior to surgery that helps improve overall surgical outcomes. It helps with post-surgical pain management, minimising the hospital stay and decreasing complications associated with surgery. Prehab is common and necessary for orthopaedic patients undergoing joint replacement procedures.

Post-op Rehabilitation

Post-op Rehabilitation

Post-operative or post-surgical rehabilitation programmes are recommended to strengthen the muscles at the injured site, relieve pain, ensure mobility, and restore to normal functional capability.

  • NHS
  • The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
  • 
British Elbow & Shoulder Society
  • University of Warwick
  • Swor and D

Hospitals Attended

  • Stratford Hospital

    South Warwickshire
    NHS Foundation Trust
    Arden St, Stratford-upon-Avon,
    CV37 6NX
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    Ext 4798
  • Nuffield Health
    Warwickshire Hospital

    The Chase, Old Milverton Lane
    Leamington Spa
    CV32 6RW
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  • Warwick Hospital

    South Warwickshire
    NHS Foundation Trust
    Lakin Road, Warwick,
    CV34 5BW
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    Ext 4798
  • The Grafton Suite,
    Building One

    Stratford Hospital, Arden Street
    Stratford-upon-Avon
    CV37 6NX
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  • South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust
  • Nuffield Health
  • 
The Grafton Suite - South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust