Get Back To Your Best Self Quickly
(The process of recovering from an illness or injury can be unique to each individual. Factors such as age, overall health, and the severity of the condition can all play a role in how quickly someone can recover. It’s important to remember that while some individuals may recover quickly and experience little discomfort, others may require more time and support during the recovery process. Remember to consult with your doctor for specific instructions.)
The program includes a focus on anesthesia, using IV sedation to keep the patient fully asleep with a light dosage to ensure a fast surgery. The surgeon also avoids using gas, as it can cause nausea, and provides valium before surgery to relax muscles, settle the stomach, and reduce anxiety.
During surgery, the surgeon places implants by cutting a pocket and using sponges to stop bleeding. They also use a cautery to stop bleeding, which leads to less inflammation, swelling, and bruising. For breast augmentations, the implants are typically placed under the muscles, which can cause a charley horse feeling. To prevent this, the patient is wrapped after surgery and instructed to do stretches like raising their arms above their head, bringing their elbows to their ears, and doing "chicken wing" movements to maintain full range of motion.
Take time to rest and recover before returning to their normal activities. However, it's equally important for patients to gradually reintroduce movement and activity into their routine, as this can help improve circulation, reduce swelling, and promote healing.
Dr. Moore's instruction to sleep for two hours before getting up, showering, and putting on makeup is part of a larger post-operative plan designed to help patients ease back into their daily routines. By gradually increasing their activity level, patients can help their bodies adjust to movement and build strength, which can ultimately lead to a faster and smoother recovery.
Night of surgery, stretch every hour during day, stretch every 90 minutes during the night. Overall, stretching is an important part of post-surgical recovery, as it can help to promote healing and prevent complications. By following a stretching routine that is tailored to their specific needs and abilities, patients can help to ensure a smooth and successful recovery from their surgery.
We recommend that breast augmentation patients avoid lifting more than 10 pounds for 3 weeks after surgery and for tummy tuck surgery, we recommend waiting six weeks.
Bounce Back Better than ever with Club Image's Rapid Recovery Program
Overall, the rapid recovery program aims to help patients recover as quickly and comfortably as possible, while minimizing pain, discomfort, and downtime. By following the program, patients can enjoy a faster recovery and get back to their normal activities sooner.