Friday, 24 May 2013

Physiotherapy after dynamic hip screw (DHS)



After a fractured hip a dynamic hip screw (DHS) is used to hold the bones in place while the fracture heals.  It allows you to start walking straight after surgery, preventing the complications that can occur if you stay in  bed for long periods.

Physiotherapy is vital to make the most of your surgery and is essential to ensure the success of the operation.

Ream more and find the guidelines for physiotherapy after dynamic hip screw, posted by the The Royal Free London Orgnanization.

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  1. We prevent and treat a diverse range of injuries using hands on exercise modalities as well as the most sophisticated electrotherapy technology to get the best.

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