Orthopedic rehabilitation is the restoration of the functions of the musculoskeletal system and life activities lost due to diseases, injuries, congenital and acquired changes in the osteoarticular and muscular systems.
Orthopedic rehabilitation is an integral part of orthopedic and traumatic musculoskeletal treatment. It is a complex and multidirectional process, which mainly uses elements of kinesiotherapy, physical therapy, psychotherapy, occupational therapy and rehabilitation supplies.
The basis of orthopedic rehabilitation is kinesiotherapy, which involves the use of movement as a therapeutic measure. Therapeutic exercises, as natural stimuli, affect the entire body, positively influencing the activities of all organs and lead to the improvement of mobility as well as general fitness endurance.