Mark Leather Physiotherapy

Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

Post-surgical rehabilitation is required following all manner of procedures, including cardiac, respiratory, neurological or orthopaedic surgery. All types of surgery can produce various challenges for the patient, which can be effectively met by using numerous therapeutic measures. These particular challenges can include:

  • Cardiac/thoracic surgery - pain, reduced exercise levels, breathing difficulties, reduced mobility, postural problems
  • Respiratory- pain, breathing difficulties, continence problems, reduced mobility.
  • Neurological- muscle weakness and fatigue, breathing difficulties, reduced mobility, muscle shortening, reduced sensation
  • Orthopaedic- pain, muscle weakness, reduced joint and muscle flexibility, postural problems, swelling, balance and coordination issues

Why is post-surgical rehabilitation important?

Post-surgical rehabilitation is instrumental in long-term recovery for all individuals. For professional sportsmen or women, who rely on sport to earn a living, rehabilitation can be the difference between career success and retirement. For those whose goals focus more on purely leading a fully functional and healthy lifestyle, rehabilitation is just as important. An effective rehabilitation programme can speed up recovery, enhance performance, increase quality of life and prevent the recurrence of injuries/ailments in the future.

We Are Recruiting!

We are currently looking for self-employed clinicians and clinics in various locations nationally including; County Durham, Teesside, Sunderland, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cumbria and the Midlands amongst others.

Please contact us for further information.

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What our
clients say.

  • Josh Vela

    One of the best I've worked with. I had been out with a cartilage tear for around 6 to 8 weeks, my rehab was fantastic and I came back much fitter much stronger and a better player.

    Josh Vela

  • Peter Shilton

    An integral part of my back room staff

    Peter Shilton

  • Jan Mølby

    I was handed over the our new Physiotherapist Mark Leather. Although it was a lot harder, I enjoyed being with him rather than the lads.

    Jan Mølby

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