At Brookline Physical Therapy, patients come first and we stand behind the quality of our care.

Post-Surgical Rehabilitation Service

At Brookline Physical Therapy we understand that the quality of the rehabilitation you receive after your surgery is very important on your road to full recovery. After surgery we are certain that you believe you should never have to compromise on the quality of your follow up care- and neither do we. We have taken every step to ensure that the highest quality of continuity of care is achieved. We ensure this by fostering regular communication with your orthopedist; by maintaining strict adherence to the orthopedist's surgery protocols; and by carefully listening to you and your doctor's feedback every step of the way. You will see that we have built our facility from the ground-up with your post-surgical needs in mind. We have invested only in the finest equipment and we have the space and privacy available for you to do your therapy safely. Most importantly we have experience.

At Brookline Physical Therapy all physical therapists who work with post-surgical patients must have at least 10 years experience in orthopedic clinical care or advanced certification. Please visit the 
staff section of this website to read about our qualifications. If you insist on high quality care or you are unsure whether or not you are currently receiving the best of care please do not be afraid to call us and we can talk your doctor. Below are some the post-surgical conditions we commonly treat.
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Back and Spine Surgery

  • Post-operative discectomy
  • Lumbar fusion
  • Lumbar laminectomy
  • Scoliosis correction

Neck and Shoulder Surgery

  • Cervical disc surgery
  • Laminectomy surgery
  • Degenerative disc disease/ surgery
  • Cervical fusion
  • Rotator cuff surgery
  • Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis)
  • Shoulder replacement surgery
  • Shoulder separation (AC joint separation)
  • Capsular shift procedure
  • Shoulder revision surgery

Knee, Hip, Foot Surgery

  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery
  • Meniscal tear surgery
  • Posterior cruciate ligament tear surgery
  • Arthroscopic surgery to the knee
  • Collateral ligament tear
  • Fracture of the patella repair
  • Fracture of the tibia (ORIF)
  • Fracture of the tibiofemoral joint (ORIF)
  • Total knee replacement surgery
  • Knee revision surgery
  • Hip replacement surgery
  • Hip fracture surgery
  • Arthroscopic hip surgery
  • Hip revision surgery
  • Tendon Repairs (Achilles, Posterior Tibial, Anterior Tibial, Peroneal & Flexor Hallucis Longus)
  • Bunionectomies