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Total Joint Therapy: Total Shoulder Program

Total Joint Therapy: Total Shoulder Programs

 

Total Shoulder Replacement

 

Your surgeon will have a specific rehabilitation protocol which we will use as a guide to your recovery progression. These are time based to allow proper healing of the tissue.

 

Our therapist will perform ongoing analysis of your condition, including range of motion, strength, stability and functional capacity, in addition to your surgeon’s guidelines, to determine your rate of progress.

 

 

Education about your TSR and how to continue to care for yourself with independent activities is the most important aspect of our therapy. You must know how to care for yourself!

 

 

We consider your age and other medical conditions when we consider your recovery progress.

 

Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement (rTSR or rTSA)

 

 

This procedure is performed when your rotator cuff muscles no longer function to control your shoulder. Your shoulder anatomy has been modified to allow your deltoid muscle to move your shoulder. This procedure is primarily for pain relief. Your recovery will be very protected as your shoulder stability is compromised and you don’t want to dislocate your joint. For best results, follow your surgeon’s orders!

 

Your surgeon will have a specific rehabilitation protocol which we will use as a guide to your recovery progression. These are time based to allow proper healing of the tissue.

 

Education about your rTSR and how to continue to care for yourself with independent activities is the most important aspect of our therapy. You must know how to care for yourself!

 

Our therapist will perform ongoing analysis of your condition, including range of motion, strength, stability and functional capacity, in addition to your surgeon’s guidelines, to determine your rate of progress. We consider your age and other medical conditions when we consider your recovery progress.

 

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