Regular postoperative monitoring holds significant importance. Patients undergo follow-up assessments involving X-rays and clinical examinations. Early postoperative care, particularly wound management, falls under the purview of the specialist who conducted the surgery.

An additional challenge that may arise during the distraction phase is the potential resistance of soft tissues (muscles, nerves, ligaments, tendons) to stretching, leading to increased tightness. To address tight muscles and nerves without resorting to surgery, a non-invasive approach involves focusing on stretching these muscles and nerves during physical therapy sessions. Throughout the distraction process, patients receive guidance to attend multiple physical therapy sessions per week.

In cases where necessary, surgical intervention can be employed to address muscle contractures. Subsequently, the objective shifts to enhancing the patient’s muscle strength through physiotherapy, facilitating a prompt return to their daily activities.