Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Orthopedic rehabilitation is one of the most important rehabilitation in physical therapy which is carried out in order to minimize the damages affecting the muscle, bone structures and connective tissues. It can be applied both before and after the surgical treatment. The aim of this treatment is to strengthen the tissues, regain the limbs function, make them as health as possible, increase the quality of life.

Orthopedic rehabilitation gives effective results in the treatment of many diseases in the field of orthopedics. Here is the list of most frequently applied diseases;

Endoprosthesis Rehabilitation: It is a type of orthopedic rehabilitation performed to increase the functional properties of prostheses in the joint areas. A prosthesis can be attached to joints in many parts of the body, especially knee, hip and shoulder elbows. The prosthesis provides range of motion to the joints that have lost their function for various reasons. After the prosthesis, orthopedic rehabilitation is performed so that the joints can move freely and the tissues get used to the prosthesis.

Fracture Rehabilitation:

Scoliosis Rehabilitation: Scoliosis is a condition caused by curved spine. Scoliosis can be seen in many people due to congenital or external factors. Treatment is often done with physical therapy.

Trauma Due to Ligament Damages:

Conditions such as ligament ruptures, tendon rupture, crush and sprain can also be treated with orthopedic rehabilitation.


It is the orthopedic rehabilitation for our patients who have lost a part of their arm or leg and will continue to live with a prosthesis. 80-85% of amputated patients have prosthesis in their legs. The location and condition of the prosthesis are decisive in planning the rehabilitation.

Other Diseases That Can Be Treated with Orthopedic Rehabilitation:

  • Arthritis (Arthrosis and Rheumatic diseases)
  • Cartilage injuries, after surgical procedures to repair cartilage damage, for strengthening purposes
  • Elbow& ankle injuries
  • Elbow, ankle, knee etc. after surgical intervention on the joints
  • Heel, foot, wrist pain
  • Ligament and tendon problems
  • Nerve entrapment
  • Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome

Ankara Orthopedic Rehabilitation

It is very important to plan the treatment process according to the needs of the patient in the Ankara orthopedic rehabilitation process. The correct determination of the rehabilitation period and the applications performed increases the success rate of the treatment. For this reason, orthopedic rehabilitation applications must be performed by an experienced physical therapy specialist.

If you want to get more information about orthopedic rehabilitation practices and prices in Ankara. You can contact Nural Aydın’s clinic.