As physical therapists, one of our main goals is to prevent the need for surgery. However, sometimes surgery is a necessary last resort. We are here for you both before your surgery and after. Research shows that outcomes following surgery are better if patients go through a course of physical therapy before their surgery. Physical therapists can then help to regain function by appropriately progressing the effected area through range of motion and strengthening activities until full function is regained.
Post Surgical Therapy
CCPT has an enthusiastic and caring staff that takes time to listen to your concerns and will give you the best possible treatment to get you pain free and moving again. I will be back should future issues arise.
– Sue McAley
How can physical therapy help me after my surgery?
What surgeries can a physical therapist treat?
Physical therapists are also known as movement specialists, meaning that any condition that affects human movement can be evaluated and treated by a physical therapist. Common surgeries that are evaluated and treated at Color Country Physical Therapy are: total knee replacements, total hip replacements, spinal fusions, rotator cuff repairs, and meniscal repairs. If you are not sure if you are an appropriate candidate for physical therapy, please give us a call at (435) 477-0095.