Navigating Post-Surgery Recovery

Embarking on post-surgery recovery is a journey often overshadowed by the long-term impact on muscles. Surgical trauma, coupled with inflammation and medications, can lead to muscle inhibition and loss. Let’s explore the relationship between surgery and muscle health, while using the accelerated recovery and enhanced pain management tool, H-Wave.

Women in leg orthosis recovering from post-surgery
Woman leg in an orthosis recovering post-surgery.

1. Surgery’s Negative Impact on Muscles

  • Trauma disrupts muscle functioning, triggering responses with lasting effects on muscle health.
  • Limited post-surgery physical activity contributes to disuse atrophy, weakening muscles due to reduced usage.
  • Post-surgery pain and medications complicate matters, deterring necessary activities and directly affecting muscle function.

2. Consequences of Muscle Loss

  • Muscle weakening results in reduced strength and functionality, impacting overall quality of life.
  • Muscle loss elevates the risk of complications, leading to delays in rehabilitation and prolonged healing times.
  • Muscle inhibition extends rehabilitation, posing further challenges on the road to full recovery.

H-Wave: A Beacon of Hope

  • H-Wave used in post-surgical rehabilitation helps stimulates muscles, promoting circulation, and accelerating healing.
  • Patient testimonials showcase significant improvements in muscle strength, range of motion, and overall function after H-Wave therapy.

Dr. Kelly Starrett’s Advocacy

H-Wave addresses root causes, ensuring a faster, more complete recovery and reducing muscle-related complications. Enhancing muscle function shortens the recovery period, empowering patients to regain strength sooner with improved pain management. The journey from surgery to recovery involves understanding the nuanced impact on muscle health. H-Wave is a transformative solution, offering hope for those seeking a faster and more effective path to post-surgery recovery.

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