①Analysis and diagnosis of joint function and muscle strength, exercise control, and intelligent exercise training are several rapidly developing aspects in the field of sports medicine.
②It is crucial to integrate orthopedic surgery with rehabilitation assessment and treatment, forming a cohesive and comprehensive approach.
③In addition to addressing localized bone and joint issues, comprehensive attention should be given to overall body function and condition, including targeted training for non-injured areas.
④Orthopedic rehabilitation aims to address both pain relief and the restoration of movement function in patients. Essential treatment modalities include exercise therapy and physical therapy.
Important considerations for effective orthopedic rehabilitation include:
--Focus on medical care: nursing, and treatment planning during the preoperative phase.
--Address pain management: swelling reduction, ROM exercises, muscular atrophy prevention, and the postoperative acute inflammatory phase.
--Focus on ROM exercises: progressive muscular strength training, and the proper use of assistive devices during the postoperative recovery phase.
--Address joint stiffness: muscular atrophy, and ongoing pain management measures in the long-term sequela phase.