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Physiotherapy plays a major role in orthopedic patients as it ensures a faster and complete recovery after a surgery and also minimizes the effects of prolonged bed rest.

After surgery the patient is immobilised for some time, i.e. bed ridden. As a result this may cause:

  • Breathing difficulties
  • Reduced range of motion
  • Bed sores
  • Difficulty in ambulation
  • Generalized weakness, causes muscle atrophy (wasting of muscles)
  • Swelling in the limbs
  • DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis)
  • Lung collapse (atelectasis)
  • Urinary problems

With the help of physiotherapy one can easily rule out the above mentioned complications.

Physiotherapy even improves blood supply to the affected area and promotes bone healing as the exercises causes cyclical controlled loading at the fracture site which promotes callus (substance responsible for bone formation) formation.

Dr. Pranav Shah believes physiotherapy is important and has a team of physiotherapists who work to help post operative patients improve their recovery time and bring them back to the best of health. At CIMS Hospital, Dr. Pranav Shah and his team of expert surgeons and physiotherapists aim to speed up recovery time through genuine processes ensuring the patient can get back to a better life as soon as possible.