Home Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Orthopedic rehabilitation at home is an essential facet of the services we offer at Mon Kiné. For patients recovering from orthopedic surgery or musculoskeletal injury, the convenience and comfort of home rehabilitation can be invaluable.

Our team of expert physiotherapists is highly qualified in home orthopedic rehabilitation. Whether you’re recovering from a hip or knee replacement, a fracture, or simply working to improve strength and mobility, we’re here to help.

Mon Kiné makes orthopedic rehabilitation at home easier and more comfortable. Our specialists will provide personalized care, with tailored exercises to strengthen muscles, improve flexibility and promote balance. We ensure that each session is tailored to your individual needs, to help you regain your independence and optimize your quality of life.

Choosing Mon Kiné’s home orthopedic rehabilitation means choosing a team that understands your needs and works with you to achieve your goals. We make orthopedic rehabilitation accessible and practical, by coming directly to you.

If you’re looking for a trusted home orthopedic rehabilitation service, look no further than Mon Kiné. Contact us today and let us help you begin your journey to recovery.

Orthopedic pathologies treatable with home physiotherapy

Home physiotherapy plays a key role in the treatment of a variety of orthopedic conditions, enabling optimal recovery in the comfort of your own home. Here are some examples of orthopaedic pathologies commonly treated:

  • Hip and knee arthroplasty: Post-surgical rehabilitation to restore mobility and strength.
  • Fractures: Post-immobilization care to restore function and mobility to joints and surrounding muscles.
  • Ligament injuries: Treatment of ligament injuries, such as ankle sprains or cruciate ligament injuries in the knee, to improve joint stability.
  • Tendonitis and bursitis: Techniques to reduce inflammation and pain in tendons and bursae, and restore function.
  • Low back and neck pain: Rehabilitation strategies to relieve back and neck pain and strengthen core muscles.
  • Osteoporosis: Specific exercise programs to improve bone density and muscle strength, thus reducing the risk of fractures.
  • Osteoarthritis: Treatment to maintain or improve joint mobility and manage the pain associated with joint wear.

Working closely with your physiotherapist, you can overcome these orthopaedic challenges and significantly improve your quality of life through targeted, personalized rehabilitation at home.