Physical Therapy and Surgery




Dr. Lisa Corsa, Physical Therapy, Osteopathy and Athletic Training with Premier Therapy Solutions, explains her prehabilitation approach is unique. “It is a clear-cut approach that identifies the shoulder joint, or if they are getting a knee replacement, and I look at those imbalances.”

She says she will fix the imbalances before surgery, because for a knee replacement, for example, the doctor is cutting the bone. “They are doing a good job at fixing the bad arthritis, but I am fixing the muscle imbalance before they go in for the surgery.”

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