Immediately after the hip operation, various rehabilitation exercises are carried out and supervised by specialist teams. One-on-one care aims to ensure that the patient recovers very quickly and that functional impairments are reduced and eliminated.
The aim of physiotherapy is to regenerate and strengthen the musculoskeletal system. Rehabilitation after the use of a hip prosthesis focuses on the following points:
Occupational therapy helps people to live more comfortably after surgery or illness. Training is given on how to use medical mobility aids correctly and how to protect the new prosthesis.
Daily routines are practised through situational exercises so that the patient can return to normal everyday life quickly and without problems.
Individual exercises are compiled that can be easily performed at home to promote joint mobility.
In the months after the operation, you can gradually start playing sport again. However, sports that involve violence or repeated impact should be avoided (e.g., football, karate, etc.).
To reduce the risk of dislocation, you should follow the instructions given by the surgeon and/or therapist.