Have Your Surgery At Holroyd Private
You can expect personalised service and the utmost privacy. We are dedicated to providing you with safe and effective surgical treatments for all areas of the body. At Delmar Private Hospital, we are here to help you prepare for, and recover from your surgical procedure, so you can return to good health as quickly as possible.
Our surgical services include:
Providing trusted surgical care for the community since the 1960s
With 48 beds, 3 modern operating theatres and an 8-bed high dependency unit, we are well equipped to cater to a broad spectrum of medical and surgical needs. Our hospital includes esteemed specialists, highly skilled nurses and state of the art surgical technology, including the Zeiss Callisto Eye system for computer assisted cataract surgery.
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Ensure You Get The Best Surgical Outcome & Join a tailored rehabilitation Programs designed by your doctor and our specialsed team of experts.
If you have any specific questions about your post-surgical rehab, it’s always best to consult your doctor, us or a physical therapist. They can provide you with personalised advice and guidance based on your individual needs.
There are many crucial reasons why rehab is essential after surgery, regardless of the specific procedure you underwent.
Regain movement and range of motion: Surgery often restricts movement in the affected area. Rehab exercises help regain flexibility and restore your pre-surgery range of motion.
Strengthen muscles: Muscles around the surgical site and those supporting it might weaken due to inactivity. Rehab helps rebuild strength, providing stability and preventing further injury.
Reduce pain and discomfort: Specific exercises and therapies can manage post-surgical pain and inflammation, making recovery more comfortable.
Prevent scar tissue buildup: Scar tissue can restrict movement and cause discomfort. Rehab helps manage scar tissue formation and maintain flexibility.
Improve balance and coordination: Surgery can affect balance and coordination. Rehab exercises help regain control and prevent falls, boosting confidence and independence.
Faster recovery: Engaging in rehab activities promotes optimal healing, leading to a quicker return to your usual activities and daily life.
Reduced risk of complications: Rehab helps prevent issues like blood clots, pneumonia, and muscle weakness, which can arise from prolonged inactivity after surgery.
Improved mental well-being: The progress made in rehab can boost your mood and self-esteem, contributing to a positive and optimistic outlook during recovery.
Return to independence: By regaining strength and function, rehab empowers you to manage daily tasks and activities on your own, fostering a sense of autonomy and control.
Reduced reliance on pain medication: Effective rehab often reduces the need for strong pain medication, minimizing potential side effects.
Enhanced quality of life: Successful rehab allows you to resume your pre-surgery activities and hobbies, improving your overall quality of life.