Most doctors now recommend that physical rehabilitation begin soon following Post-surgical Therapy. You'll start with simple flexing and stretching exercises then progress to more vigorous activity as you recuperate.
Your therapist's role includes gently pushing you to make progress even when you don't believe you can!
Some of the most prevalent physical therapy approaches are:
Exercising range of motion includes knee extensions, standing from a seated position, and circling joints.
Leg lifts, hamstring and quadriceps contractions, and chair squats are examples of strengthening exercises.
Stretching exercises should be performed both seated and standing.
Walking and other low-impact cardiovascular workouts, such as riding an exercise bike, are recommended.
Taking a few steps after major surgery can be a significant deal, and the sense of success patients feel as they progress might help them recover faster.