In the treatment of orthopedic disorders, rehabilitation treatment is applied before and after the surgery. The Orthopedic rehabilitation practice attempts to restore or improve the lost body function due to the skeletal structure of the patient. Orthopedic disorders include:
Arthritis, which is a rheumatic disease with connective tissue pain, limited movement, swelling and pain. Arthritis may be chronic or rarely altered and may progress slowly, and unfortunately many of the causes of arthritis are unknown.
Osteoarthritis which is a degenerative disease of middle-aged and elderly adults. The articular cartilage breaks down as it ages, and this disintegration can occur in hands, knees, spine or hips. Osteoarthritis, commonly referred to as degenerative arthritis or degenerative joint disease, is a common discomfort.
Rheumatoid arthritis, which is an orthopedically localized disease that causes severe inflammation of the joints. Inflammation is so severe that the functioning of the limbs becomes very limited. Damage usually occurs in small joints and prevents movement ability. In adults, rheumatoid arthritis lasts forever, and worsens. As an autoimmune disorder, rheumatoid arthritis occurs when the body’s immune system attacks its healthy tissues and cells. Rheumatoid arthritis can also attack the heart and lungs when not treated.
Fractures are among the most common orthopedic problems. Between open fractures or compound fractures, there is a wound that exposes the skin to the bone or the deep bone. A closed fracture or simple fracture is a broken bone, but it does not come off the skin with an injury. Greenstick fractures are missing cracks. A small part of the bones were broken; other fractures include straight line fractures along the bone, and spiral fractures.
Scoliosis is a disease of the spine caused by spinal instability, such as impulse, which is caused by severe soreness. For this reason, orthopedic rehabilitation therapy is essential for spinal curvature.
Cross ligament injuries are also one of the most important discomforts caused as a result from a stroke. Orthopedic rehabilitation is used as a treatment.
Meniscus rupture is the most common complication in the knee region. Meniscus disease, which causes severe pain by obstructing the function of the leg, is also treated with orthopedic rehabilitation.
If you have hip pain, you may benefit from physical therapy to help control your symptoms and improve your overall functional mobility. Your physical therapy program should focus on decreasing or eliminating your pain, improving your hip range of motion and strength, and restoring normal functional mobility.
The hip is a ball and socket joint consisting of the thigh (femur) and the pelvis. There are many ligaments that support the bones, which provide considerable stability to the joint. Numerous muscles also attach around the hip to help move the joint.
Hip pain can be caused by many factors. Often, you may start feeling hip pain for no apparent reason. Sometimes recreation or sports puts repetitive strain on the hip causing pain. Because the hip is a major weight bearing joint, arthritis of the hip is a common problem. The hip is responsible for such functional activities as walking, running, rising from sitting, and climbing stairs. Pain in the hip can limit these activities.