Knee Physical Therapy

Healing at Home After Surgery

Getting better after surgery takes time. Our Orthopedic Program will keep you comfortable and safe during your recovery. We’ll help with your entire recovery — from managing your pain to caring for your incision sites to helping you regain mobility. And we’ll stay in contact with your doctor, ensuring your best path to healing.

New therapy appointments are available on weekends. We are also able to see patients in their home on the same day as outpatient surgery.

Your Care Team

Our experienced group of specialists collaborates to ensure you have the most coordinated and personalized care plan.

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    As you recover, our nurses will help educate you and your family. They get to know you and your condition, and will help you manage your pain. Our nurses provide direct care, which includes:

    • Caring for your incision by changing bandages and removing staples or sutures
    • Watching for and teaching you to identify serious problems like infections or blood clots
    • Monitoring your bloodwork and maintaining or removing surgical drains
    • Teaching you about your medications and their side effects
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    Physical Therapists

    Getting stronger after surgery helps reduce your pain, increases your mobility and balance, and eventually restores your independence. Our physical therapists will develop a therapy plan to meet your specific needs. They are trained to handle and treat conditions like dizziness, balance and gait disorders, arthritis, muscle weakness, amputations and joint replacements.

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    Occupational Therapists

    You may need help with daily activities, such as getting dressed, cooking or using the bathroom. Our occupational therapists help you understand the best way to care for yourself and move around your home. They’ll recommend safety equipment that may be necessary, such as a grab bar for your shower.

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    Home Health Aides and Medical Social Workers

    These caregivers may be involved in your care if you need additional help around the house or need help coping with the changes you’re experiencing. Getting better is your first priority, so we keep things simple. We bill Medicare and private insurers directly. Our self-pay clients find it easy to work with our billing staff.