Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

We help people get out of pain so that they can remain fit, healthy and mobile without medications, injections or surgeries.

Easy Allied Health Provides Insurance-Covered Therapy, Billed Directly To Your Insurance Provider.

Post-Operation Therapy At Easy Allied Health

Are you considering post-operation therapy? Also known as postoperative care, this rehabilitation stage immediately follows a patient’s surgery. Post-op care’s main focus is usually on pain management and wound care to reduce potentially new infections while promoting the healings of your surgical incisions.

It’s important to recognize and prepare for the aftermath of any surgery. Having the best people and support during this phase will speed up your recovery process. Post-op therapy can take a month or up to a year, but all good things take time.

Benefits of physical therapy after a major surgery

Expect the highest standard of care
Helps with circulation after surgery, preventing blood clots.
Posture, balance, and coordination improvement and training.
Gait analysis and training.
Self-care training.
Manual therapy techniques
Home exercise instruction.
Pain control and management. Improves flexibility.
Reduced risk for postoperative pulmonary complications (PCCs).
Orthopedic injuries.
Overuse injuries.
Personal and auto injuries.
Pain related to women’s health and pregnancy.
Pre and post-surgical conditions.
Repetitive stress injuries.
Shoulder and elbow injuries.
Sports and performance injuries
Work-related injuries.

How Does Post-Operation Therapy Work?

That is where Easy Allied Health comes into play. Among our diverse services, we help to optimize your recovery time as well. Why choose us?

As soon as you are discharged from surgery, our Physiotherapist will be focused on the following;

Have any questions? Find a Mobile or In-Clinic location near you

Easy To Use Booking System

FAQs For Post-Operation Therapy

Several factors determine if you will have outpatient care (same-day surgery and then discharged) or if you will have inpatient care (admitted to staying overnight in the hospital). The main factors are:

  • Type of surgery performed
  • Duration of your operation
  • How well your body recuperate after the fact

You will likely experience mild to moderate pain after your surgery. This is because, during surgery, three types of pain contribute to a patient's discomfort in the post-surgery phase: nociceptive pain, inflammatory pain, neuropathic pain.

They all relate to the idea that every surgery requires the cutting of tissues, which results in triggering the nerve fibers and increasing the operated area's sensitivity.

If, and when, a postoperative care provider is needed in your home, they can help you to collect supplies at the store, feed you your medications and meals, get dressed, bathe, exercise, and more.

Let's be honest; how quick we can resume our regular routines, even sex, is on patients' minds after surgery. Sex should not occur until your surgical incisions are completely healed, and depending on your surgery, your surgeon may have additional recommendations for recovery.

Constipation is one of the most common problems after surgery, even when it was not an issue before you went under the knife. Constipation can significantly increase by using narcotic medications, which are normally prescribed to help alleviate your pain. You will want to reduce the risk of constipation as much as you can because it may prolong your recovery time.

For more information or questions, visit one of our two locations in the Greater Vancouver area, call us at 604-305-0037, or email us at

Meet Our Happy Post-Operation Clients