Many factors contribute to successful rehabilitation, including medical, technological, psychological and environmental variables. This study was an attempt to evaluate the role played by psychological and environmental variables in the rehabilitation outcome. There are several intervention strategies to address these psychological factors when they appear to be contributing to suboptimal post-operative rehabilitation or recovery. There are several intervention strategies to address these psychological factors when they appear to contribute to suboptimal post-operative rehabilitation or recovery.
Early adoption of implementation frameworks by evaluators can simplify the identification and reporting of factors affecting the implementation of new complex rehabilitation interventions. Several important psychological factors greatly influence pain perception, compliance with rehabilitation and patient outcomes after common orthopedic surgeries that require comprehensive rehabilitation, such as total joint arthroplasty, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and degenerative spine surgery disease. Combined with those mentioned above, these factors are good indicators that your rehabilitation program can offer you everything you need to achieve your best level of personal success. Rehabilitation after major orthopedic surgery is a daunting and time-consuming task, and successful orthopedic outcomes often depend on good compliance and rehabilitation effort.
In particular, psychological factors affecting compliance, rehabilitation effort, and pain perception also influence key outcome measures, including complication rates, symptom and function scores, and patient satisfaction. Other important factors to consider in a short-term rehabilitation program include a clean and comfortable environment, a respectful and caring staff, and a reputation for providing high-quality medical care and staff.