Following a knee replacement or reconstructive surgery, the first few weeks are very important in terms of your recovery. If you've had a knee replaced, it's important that you work and bend the knee to keep scar tissue from forming. You may feel like you can't really move or bend it at first, but if you don't restore normal motion to the joint, you may never have full functionality. With a knee CPM machine from The Medcom Group, you can reduce pain and swelling in your knee, as well as maintain and increase your range of motion.
This Kinetec Spectra Knee CPM can be rented for up to eight weeks, so depending on your doctor's recommendation and prescription, you can increase your flexibility and range of motion each day. If you've had a knee replacement, ACL repair or meniscal transplant, it's important that you work the joint and make it feel as natural as possible inside your leg. Your doctor may recommend regular massage of the patella, or kneecap, in order to break down scar tissue and reduce swelling in the joint. Coupled with our knee CPM machine, you can be up and around in less time.
The Medcom Group wants you to have a successful recovery, and we know that it can be frustrating to work and rehab your surgically-repaired knee, but only with the proper discipline and therapy can you hope to have full range of motion, as you did before your surgery.
Surgery Hurts! An operation is no day at the beach. Depending on the type of surgery needed, what body part the surgery is on and skill of the doctor, there will be varying degrees of pain. Most surgeons want their patients to use some form of cold therapy after an operation. Icing after an injury or surgery [...]
Suffering an injury to your hands or wrists can leave you feeling very frustrated and helpless. You rely on your hands for nearly everything you do, from dressing and eating to typing and gesturing. Not having the use of your hands can leave you at a loss, not to mention dealing with pain from the [...]
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If you've just undergone extensive surgery, the next step is recovery and rehabilitation. While you may not be looking forward to the therapy and exercises that you'll have to complete, they are extremely beneficial to restoring your overall health. You may have to visit a clinic or rehabilitation hospital for your physical therapy, or your [...]
If you've been injured or are recovering from major surgery, you need therapy equipment that provides optimal help and rehabilitation for your joints and muscles. At The Medcom Group, we provide continuous passive motion (CPM) devices that can help your shoulders, knees, ankles, and other joints effectively recover following a major injury or extensive surgery. [...]
As a medical provider, or someone that is undergoing in-home physical therapy, it can be frustrating when your rehabilitation equipment doesn't work properly or breaks down during use. At The Medcom Group, our service department is second to none when it comes to repairing and replacing parts on worn-down rehab equipment. We've serviced various models [...]
Isn’t it frustrating that we pay thousands of dollars per year for the “privilege” of having health insurance only to find out they are not going to cover a procedure or piece of equipment we need? Sound familiar? I wish it wasn’t, but unfortunately, I hear this all too often. I get calls on a daily basis [...]
I am not going to rent you the CPM machine or SCD machine you want. Why you ask? Well, unfortunately, you do not have a prescription for the machine. Most of the Durable Medical Equipment [...]
When Dr. Robert Salter first came up with the concept of Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) back in the 1970's, he envisioned patients with knee problems benefitting from the gentle, rhythmic motion his devices were intended to provide. Dr. Salter’s studies led to a number of revelations that, at the time, were ground breaking.1) Getting a patient’s knee moving passively, [...]