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What Are The Typical Physical Therapy Precautions For Cardiomyopathy
Talk to your doctor: Cardiomyopathy is a complex condition with varying types and severities. The condition is generally treated and monitored by a cardiologist. There are no "typical" precautions. It is imperative that you seek indiviualized, specific recommendations from your cardiologist with respect to your particular condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Lots of exercise: You will need to strengthen the muscles around your hip. You will lift it in multiple directions, and walk on it ("weight bear") to get used to the new conditions. You may get on a stationary bike to aid in motion. You may have some motion precautions in the early stages, depending on the surgeon's approach to the hip. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Strengthening, etc: The cornerstone of therapy protocols following hip and knee replacement centers on gait training and strengthening. Hip replacement patients should focus on walking, abductor and gluteal strengthening, while knee replacement patients should focus on range of motion of the knee, quadriceps strengthening program. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is a typical time frame for healing pelvic floor problems with physical therapy that are causing vulvodynia?
8 weeks: However scar tissue can be painful permanently. Can improve up to one year. ...Read more
Activity progression: Recovery from hip replacement is straight forward. The pain is easily managed with medications and rapidly eases. Most patients can walk with a walker or crutches within hours of the surgery. The muscles in the hip will rapidly regain their function. Specific exercises strengthen the abductor and flexor muscles and can be done at home or with pt. Gait will improve over the next few weeks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I first just wanted to say thank you for being willing to be part of my care team I have been having a lot of symptoms that quite frankly are scary and I just want to know what the next step would be I've been doing physical therapy this will be my third
Depends!: It depends on what your doctor ordered. I generally prescribe an exercise program to stretch and strengthen the back (the therapist instructs you in this), plus general fitness (aerobic exercise). The therapist may use other techniques, but in the end you should be able to do the exercise program on your own. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Improve function: The goal of physical therapy is to restore function of affected parts of the body. It requires passive or active mobilization of groups of muscles or soft tissue ( tendons, ligaments )and treatment of the inflammation with different exercises, movements, technics or machines. They use heat or cold, electrical stimulation, ultrasound waves, weights, massage or others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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