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Physical Therapy After Intensive Care

It is a treatment method for patients hospitalized in intensive care. 

Service Description 

Post-intensive care physical therapy is a treatment for patients who have been hospitalized in intensive care. Patients who have been in intensive care can often be physically or emotionally weak and post-intensive care physical therapy can help them recover. 

What does post-intensive care physical therapy do? 

- Increasing physical strength 

- Increase functionality 

- Reducing pain 

- Promote cardiovascular health 

- Increase respiratory function 

- Enhancing emotional health 

How is Post Intensive Care Physical Therapy administered? 

The treatment is carried out by a physical therapist. The duration of treatment may vary according to the symptoms and needs of the person. The treatment program is based on the person's physical condition, needs and goals. For example, the person's goal may be to regain arm and leg movement. 

What is the process of physical therapy after intensive care? 

First, the person's symptoms and history are assessed. Then, an appropriate treatment plan is created for the person. This plan may vary according to the person's needs and may include several different treatment methods. The duration of treatment may vary according to the person's symptoms and needs. 

For example, a shorter course of treatment may be necessary for people with less severe and prolonged pain, while more serious conditions may require a longer course of treatment. In addition, the person's progress is monitored and the treatment plan is updated as needed. Physical therapy after intensive care is designed to improve the person's physical condition, functioning and quality. This treatment program can vary according to the person's symptoms and needs, and the person's progress is monitored. 

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Professional help for home physical therapy is important in speeding up the recovery process of patients, choosing the right exercises, preventing and monitoring dangerous situations, and preparing special treatment plans. These services are provided by physiotherapists and are specially prepared according to the needs of the patient.