APPROCCIO CLINICO E RIABILITATIVO AL PAZIENTE PROTESIZZATO D'ARTO INFERIORE

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Abstract

[automatically translated] In prosthetic replacement surgery, retracing the rehabilitation stages and analyzing the methods and techniques, it shows that it is possible to allow the patient relearning the correct walking with the reorganization of all phases and the current gesture for the effective reintegration in the social context . As well as from a purely motor point of view, the subject should be followed also in terms of psychomotor and respect of important psychological needs. It is supported, encouraged, but mainly accountable for the fact that for the full recovery it is essential to its active participation and commitment constancy. The practical reflections of an effective and complete cure are therefore extremely profitable for the subject, who perceive in themselves the ability to fulfill the commitment of his recovery; albeit with anxiety that undermine his balance, he will tend to project into the future so that it will not appear full of unknowns. There will be no pity or marginalization, but want to live in a society that, although dehumanizes the relationship between the different age groups, interests and offers spaces for those who know how to organize their lives without frustrations, hesitation and vacillation. The rehabilitation of the prosthesis is a complex process because it not only concerns the recovery of the single joint functionality, but is aimed at a comprehensive retraining of the subject in a new way of life report. The rehabilitation program, then, It must be customized on the individual and must propose different objectives according to the general conditions (including cognitive). You must make it possible to achieve a level of self-sufficiency and motor autonomy to allow the return to normal activities of daily living.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationNUOVO TRATTATO DI MEDICINA FISICA E RIABILITAZIONE
Pages2039-2058
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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