Prehab and Postsurgical Rehabilitation

At RecoveryZone Orthopedic, Spine and Sports Medicine in Wall, New Jersey we strongly believe that physical therapy is not only for our post-surgery patients. Prehabilitation Therapy is extremely beneficial for those preparing for surgery. Just as rehabilitation helps patients recover following surgery, prehabilitation helps our patients prepare for surgery and frequently leads to shorter recovery time.According to the National Institutes of Health, participating in Prehabilitation therapy will not only enhance your postoperative results but also minimize recovery time. Studies have shown that beginning Prehabilitation physical therapy a month or so before surgery can significantly shorten recovery time. By working with our physical therapist and creating an individualized Prehabilitation plan, you will create a strong foundation for rapid recovery that will likely lead to decreased down time following surgery.

We Accept America’s Most Common Insurance Policies.

RecoveryZone Orthopedic, Spine and Sports Medicine is proud to accept most major insurance providers, as well as NJ Motor Vehicle No-Fault insurance providers. We are happy to contact your insurance carrier to determine what out-of-network benefits you are entitled to under your policy.

Would you like us to check your benefits? Please call and speak to our insurance specialists at 732-935-0800.

RecoveryZone is committed to providing the highest caliber of Post- Surgical Rehabilitation which is crucial in determining the long term success of the surgical intervention. It is during this pivotal recovery period that the overall benefits and surgical success of the procedure can be realized and achieved. At RecoveryZone our therapists lead the industry in treating post operative conditions. An individualized rehabilitation plan will be created to minimize pain while implementing the surgeons guidelines.  Our therapists provide evidence-based physical therapy treatment sessions to help facilitate your recovery and return to activities of daily living (ADLs), work, recreational activities and even competitive sports.