Effect of physical fitness program for Postoperative Rehabilitation after Rotator Cuff Repair (40-50) year.

1Hossam Darwish Ahmed


Purpose: To provide an overview of the characteristics and timing of rotator cuff healing and provide an update on treatments used in rehabilitation of rotator cuff repairs. Methods: A review of currently available literature on rehabilitation after arthroscopic rotator cuff tear repair on PUBMED / MEDLINE and EMBASE databases was performed to illustrate the available evidence behind various postoperative treatment modalities. Obegective: Study the effect of the proposed therapeutic program on the decline and disappearance of the pain caused by the syndrome of the shoulder muscle Restores elasticity improves motor range, and recovers the angle of arm rotation inside and out. Hypothesis: will exist a high degree of variability among rehabilitation protocols. We also predict that surgeons will be prescribing accelerated rehabilitation RESULTS: The proposed treatment program has a better effect on the patient's return to normal condition Restoring elasticity, improving the motor range and restoring the angle of shoulder rotation inside and outside. Conclusion: Little scientific evidence is available to guide the timing of postsurgical rotator cuff rehabilitation. To this end, expert opinion and clinical experience remains a large facet of rehabilitation protocols. This review describes a rotator cuff rehabilitation protocol that incorporates currently available scientific literature guiding rehabilitation.


rotator cuff repair, rehabilitation, scientific rationale

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