Introduction: Incidences of oncological ailments were reported, especially at an early age; one among them includes GCT (Giant Cell Tumour), commonly recorded in adulthood, affecting the lower end of the femur, the upper end of the tibia, and the lower end of the radius. This Benign lesion can give rise to compression over Neurovascular structures, which may result in pain, swelling and interfere with joint function, while amputation for GCT was used earlier. Materials and Methods: This study where a 19-year-old Female with pain and difficulty in daily functional activities like walking, squatting, and stair activity and also with weight loss and fatigue for more than two months was diagnosed with a Giant Cell Tumour of Left lower medial femoral condyle on 23rd August 2022. She was treated with Curettage filled with Bone cement and fixed with a Locking Compression Plate on 30th August 2022. The subject was started with immediate postoperative physiotherapy and continued for up to 8 weeks. Results: The outcome measures were analysed and discussed with due evidence using a patient-specific functional scale. Conclusion: With lesser research on Onco physiotherapy, results and outcome measures of this case study get highly informative and more significant, highlighting the required role of Physiotherapy in Preventing muscle Atrophy, Joint stiffness, and Greater Functional Restoration.
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