Ortho Rehab

Helping people recover from joint replacement surgery or orthopedic injury

Choosing an orthopedic rehabilitation program is vital

There are many reasons why our patients choose Mission Healthcare as their next step following hospital discharge, prior to returning home. If you are preparing for orthopedic surgery or are about to be discharged following an injury, ask yourself these questions:

  • Do I live alone?
  • Would the requirements of my care be outside the abilities of my loved ones?
  • Are there features at my home that present impediments during initial weeks of rehab, such as navigating a lot of stairs or are there trip hazards at home?
  • Do I need the peace of mind that comes at a specialized facility, so I can recover safely and quickly?

Whatever the reason for surgery, whether joint replacement or in the wake of an injury that caused broken bones, we can help you restore mobility and return to the active lifestyle you love. We develop a customized approach including exercise, and innovative, proven technologies, such as electrotherapy, ultrasound, and diathermy to help manage patients’ pain and reduce swelling while improving their outcomes. You will receive advanced training and ongoing support by licensed physical and occupational therapists.

PatientPhysician
Reduce pain and swelling, reduce risk of infectionReduce hospital readmissions.
Increase muscle strength and your range of motionWe build upon your strong reputation by strengthening your patient outcomes.
Enhance or rebuild your quality of lifeWe will help make exceptional, positive difference in the lives of your patients.
Educate and train your support networkWe educate patients, family, and clinical staff, alike.

Do you know if it’s time for orthopedic surgery?

We can help you restore mobility and return to a more active lifestyle

  • If you can’t do the things you love to do.
  • When you can no longer perform physical tasks, like working in your garden.
  • If you can’t run, play basketball with your kids (or grandkids).
  • When you yearn to dance again, or enjoy a variety of other daily activities.

If you are in consistent pain that cannot be relieved by conservative therapies and when the pain and other symptoms interfere with your day-to-day living, it’s time to consider orthopedic rehab. Move beyond hurting and hoping it will go away.

Stop putting off the inevitable. For more information on orthopedic rehabilitation, contact our team. We are here to help.