After most orthopaedic surgical procedures, patients benefit
from specific rehabilitation protocols designed to assist in the
recovery of strength, range of motion and functional abilities.
We have developed comprehensive rehabilitation programs and
protocols for the following surgical procedures. Contact the
clinic for more information at 647-748-1005:
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ACL)
The anterior cruciate ligament is a main stabilizer in the knee.
Typically injured as a result of high risk sports or major trauma to
knee, the ACL is reconstructed as a day procedure using either
ham string tendon or patellar tendon graft.
Total Knee Replacement
Knee replacement or arthroplasty is a resurfacing procedure
designed to eliminate damaged arthritic joint surfaces replacing
them with a layer of metal articulating with an extremely
durable plastic with or without the use of bone cement to secure
Total Hip Replacement
Hip arthroplasty is designed to treat advanced degenerative hip
disease by replacing the ball and socket hip joint with prosthetic
components, typically metal on plastic, or ceramic depending on
patient age and activity level.
Shoulder Rotator Cuff Repair
The tendons that control most of the overhead activity, called
the rotator cuff, when torn can usually be repaired with a
minimally invasive day procedure called arthroscopy.
Knee Arthroscopy is a day procedure where a fibre optic camera
is inserted into the knee joint allowing us to treat meniscal
injuries, remove loose bodies and examine joint surfaces among
other intra articular treatments.
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