In today’s world of medicine getting physical therapy as soon as possible is a top priority after surgery. This practice has been found to reduce the chances of further problems with general weakness.

In some cases such as joint replacement surgery, get you and moving with physical therapy helps in reducing the likelihood of blood clots and allows you to get yourself physically ready to leave the hospital in generally three days to go home or to go for ‘physical therapy in a rehabilitation center'(also known as ‘กายภาพบำบัดและศูนย์ฟื้นฟูสมรรถภาพ’ in the Thai language).

You also may have the option to receive physical therapy after surgery. Many orthopedic surgeons, for example, have their own physical therapy clinics in their offices. There you are closely monitored by the surgeon if the problems in your rehabilitation surface.

Depending on the type of surgery you have experienced, there are therapists who specialize in a particular area. For example, you have a neurological and orthopedic therapist who has extensive experience in a particular field that can help speed up the recovery and get the most out of you.

It will be important and highly recommended after surgery that once you start with your physical therapy to be as actively involved in your recovery possible. You want to learn and absorb as much information as you can to help you carry over your exercise program after rehabilitation is stopped. You must in all cases, be given a home exercise program to follow and instructed on how to use it so that you become self-sufficient in implementing it as well.

The importance of physical therapy after surgery cannot be overestimated. Your full recovery will allow you to live a life of freedom when you receive professional instruction.