Hand Surgery Rehab & Recovery – Gary M. Millard, D.O.


One of the things that’s very important in doing hand surgery is your rehab and recovery afterward. 

Often the surgery itself can be a very short surgery, but the recovery is fairly lengthy and it does require a lot of patience, cooperation, and involvement in their recovery. 

We can only do a certain amount of surgeries; a lot of the rest of it is up to the patient and their level of motivation to recover and get back to their pre-injury status.

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