Orthopedic rehabilitation helps patients return to their daily activities and regain their normal range of motion.


The goal of orthopedic rehabilitation is to strengthen injured or sick muscles, bones, and joints and increase their flexibility. For this purpose, patients are given special exercise programs and muscle-strengthening movements. Thus, muscles, bones, and joints heal, pain is reduced and loss of function is reduced.


Orthopedic rehabilitation treatment is customized according to the person’s condition and injury. Usually, it is administered by a physical therapist or exercise physiologist. Orthopedic rehabilitation is effective in several conditions such as low back pain, neck pain, back pain, osteoarthritis, scoliosis, sports injuries, fractures, muscle injuries, and other orthopedic conditions.


Orthopedic rehabilitation is one of the most widely used treatment modalities to treat injuries and diseases that cause pain and limitation of movement. The success of the treatment is closely related to the patient’s participation and compliance with the treatment.


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