Welcome to MOTI Physiotherapy! We created this resource in collaboration with your surgeon to help you achieve the best possible outcomes with your surgery. You will use these workouts as a supplement to what your Physical Therapist develops in your personalized plan of care.
As you prepare for your surgery, you should take the time to schedule your first post-op physical therapy appointment. For optimal continuity of care, your Post-Op Physical Therapy Evaluation should take place 24-48 hours after your surgery, unless otherwise directed by your surgeon.
If you have questions about this program, contact our Clinic Directors via email:
Dr. Megan O’Linn, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS – Clinic Director MOTI Los Feliz – firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Ann DeGrey, PT, DPT, SCS – Clinic Director MOTI Highland Park – email@example.com
The prehab program from MOTI Physiotherapy, Inc (“MOTI”) is only designed to be used in conjunction with a prescribed personalized plan of care designed by your Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)/Occupational Therapy Doctor (OTD) and/or your Medical Doctor (MD). If you have an existing injury or existing pain or discomfort, consult with a physician or physical therapist in person to receive a proper diagnosis and treatment plan before participating in MOTI’s prehab program. This program is not designed to be used on its own without proper guidance from your DPT/OTD and/or MD. Exercise involves inherent risk of injury, and you are participating in MOTI’s prehab program at your own risk. In consideration for participating in MOTI’s prehab program, you acknowledge the foregoing, and knowingly, voluntarily and expressly agree to waive any claim for damages or injury against MOTI, and release MOTI and its agents from any liability for injuries or damages sustained as a result of the use or misuse of the program. Do not participate in MOTI’s prehab program unless you understand and agree to the foregoing completely.
Preparing for Rotator Cuff Surgery and Early Post-Surgical Physical Therapy
In this video series, Dr. Megan O’Linn, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS and Dr. Eddie Yacyncyh, PT, DPT, OCS will be reviewing key post operative steps for using your shoulder sling, management of pain, early post operative exercises and how to prepare for your Physical Therapy initial evaluation and plan of care.
Preparing for Rotator Cuff Surgery
Before Your Knee Surgery – Prehab Workouts
Research shows that practicing strengthening exercises leading up to your knee surgery can help you to have optimal outcomes post-surgery. Our Physical Therapists have put together two workouts for your prehab program, to practice in the weeks leading up to your knee surgery.
After Your Knee Surgery – Recovery Begins Right Away
While you will begin your personalized physical therapy program in a matter of days after your surgery, these videos will help get you moving with a simple morning and afternoon exercise routine that you will perform daily. You’ll also get tips for swelling management and walking (if permitted by surgeon) in the days immediately after surgery.