Joint Replacement Advice: What You Need to Know

If you have had surgery to replace a joint then you will benefit from our physio experts. Most people after surgery are told to follow the exercises on the sheet and then are left to their own devices to figure things out and to see how you go.

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The second type of person is ‘ the wait and see how it goes’. This is all fine provided the person in doing their exercises and they are progressing at each stage of the recovery process as expected. You see some people might think rest is best and that not doing the exercises for the first three , five or 8 weeks is a good idea to allow the body the heal! This is not always the case because the body can stiffen up and you can loose your window of opportunity to getting the most from your recovery.

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