Getting back to work can be a struggle not only physically and mentally, but also financially as well. Given that you may not be receiving as much disability payments that support your life style that’s already in place. Finding an injury lawyer, can be daunting also. I mean which one is the best?.
Being injured and having to search for an attorney to help you is no fun job. Maybe you might have been in a car accident or were injured in a motorcycle accident. Hopefully it wasn’t the latter because you can sustain some very serious injuries as there is no protection between you and the road or other vehicle or object. Let’s take a closer look at the process of getting back to work. First there is the recovery in the hospital that can take some time. While you’re healing up in there enough to go home you may have to use some of your savings until you get compensated, and hopefully you can get paid back fully. Ok now after however amount of time you spend in the hospital you go home, but it’s not over yet. Physical therapy starts sometimes in the home if you have severe limited ability to move around as some hip replacements can be. Ok let’s look at hip replacements. When you come home from the hospital a physical therapist usually shows up about two weeks after. Then the fun begins.
They will start you out with small exercises that are not too difficult. Some stretching and muscle building is done. After a hip replacement you really have no muscle tone from the surgery. The doctor has to separate muscle from the bone in order to install the prosthesis. One thing to note about recovery, if you eat a nutritiously prier to your surgery and continue after, you will heal quicker. Green leafy vegetables such as kale, spinach, broccoli and spirulina have wonderful healing properties. This is one of the most important things to do to heal up quickly and firmly. Ok after you start to be able to move more freely around the house, and by now you’re walking around the house without crutches, then your physical therapy will be continued at a facility.
So all this takes about two to six months depending on your diet and how well the surgery went and just your will power to return to work from an accident. It’s no fun recovering from an injury and getting back to work, but can be done smoothly if you eat right before and after the surgery and have a competent surgeon plus, steadily performing your exercises’ your physical therapist gives you to do.