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Tips To Ease Back Into Exercise After Surgery
Jan 2018
Abhinav. M
ACE-CPT, Strength And Conditioning Coach

Respect The Healing Timeframe
We humans are made up of different types of tissues. Every tissue possesses its own unique properties and hence, should be pampered differently after a surgery. For example, ligaments and tendons take longer intervals to heal compared to soft tissue like muscles. Having a conversation with your surgeon about the tentative healing deadline of the tissue that was sliced and diced will ensure that you don’t disturb the healing process. Once the danger zone is crossed, reintroduce physical activity in micro doses.

Aim To Balance Strength Levels
After a surgery, it’s very common to lose muscle strength and size, at the site of surgery due to immobilization. This disturbs the strength balance between the limbs. One limb becomes significantly weaker than the other.  

Loss in strength and size may disturb the movement quality of exercise, which increases the probability of subsequent episodes of injuries. To avoid this issue, an individual has to spend additional time strengthening the immobilized joints to achieve well balanced motor function between the limbs.

Tips To Ease Back Into Exercise After Surgery
Jan 2018
Abhinav. M
ACE-CPT, Strength And Conditioning Coach

Respect The Healing Timeframe
We humans are made up of different types of tissues. Every tissue possesses its own unique properties and hence, should be pampered differently after a surgery. For example, ligaments and tendons take longer intervals to heal compared to soft tissue like muscles. Having a conversation with your surgeon about the tentative healing deadline of the tissue that was sliced and diced will ensure that you don’t disturb the healing process. Once the danger zone is crossed, reintroduce physical activity in micro doses.

Aim To Balance Strength Levels
After a surgery, it’s very common to lose muscle strength and size, at the site of surgery due to immobilization. This disturbs the strength balance between the limbs. One limb becomes significantly weaker than the other.  

Loss in strength and size may disturb the movement quality of exercise, which increases the probability of subsequent episodes of injuries. To avoid this issue, an individual has to spend additional time strengthening the immobilized joints to achieve well balanced motor function between the limbs.

Tips To Ease Back Into Exercise After Surgery
Nov 2018
Abhinav. M
ACE-CPT, Strength And Conditioning Coach

Respect The Healing Timeframe
We humans are made up of different types of tissues. Every tissue possesses its own unique properties and hence, should be pampered differently after a surgery. For example, ligaments and tendons take longer intervals to heal compared to soft tissue like muscles. Having a conversation with your surgeon about the tentative healing deadline of the tissue that was sliced and diced will ensure that you don’t disturb the healing process. Once the danger zone is crossed, reintroduce physical activity in micro doses.

Aim To Balance Strength Levels
After a surgery, it’s very common to lose muscle strength and size, at the site of surgery due to immobilization. This disturbs the strength balance between the limbs. One limb becomes significantly weaker than the other.  

Loss in strength and size may disturb the movement quality of exercise, which increases the probability of subsequent episodes of injuries. To avoid this issue, an individual has to spend additional time strengthening the immobilized joints to achieve well balanced motor function between the limbs.