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How Physical Therapy and Surgery Work in Tandem to Treat Orthopedic Conditions

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Physical therapy is crucial for ensuring the complete success of orthopedic surgery. After a surgery, your body needs to heal and it must be trained to regain function in the affected area. This is why our physical therapy specialists are committed to working alongside our surgeons to effectively treat everyone who walks through our door.

The Importance of Orthopedic Surgeons and Physical Therapists Working Together

Every condition is unique, and every surgical procedure is unique as well. Therefore, it is essential for the physical therapy that a person undergoes post-operation to be specifically tailored to their individual condition and procedure.female physician working with a senior patient

In order to ensure that they are developing the most effective physical therapy routine possible, our physical therapists work closely alongside our orthopedic surgeons to better understand the patient’s condition, the procedure that was performed and its outcome. Rather than taking a cookie-cutter approach to physical therapy, our therapists will design a physical therapy plan that is tailored specifically to you. Because of this, the surgical procedures at Southeast Orthopedic Specialists and the physical therapy that follows them are able to be much more effective at treating and healing a range of orthopedic conditions. This combined with the expertise of the physical therapists at Southeast Orthopedic Specialists allows us to provide exceptional care to each of our patients.

Enhancing Patient Outcomes Through Effective Physical Therapy

At Southeast Orthopedic Specialists, our approach to physical therapy is uniquely designed to enhance patient outcomes and dramatically improve the chances of success. If you would like to discover more about physical therapy at Southeast Orthopedic Specialists, we invite you to learn more about the physical therapists working at our physical therapy facility in Jacksonville FL today.

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