Joint replacement rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is a key part of recovering from joint replacements in the hip, knee or shoulder. At Encompass Health, we know bouncing back following a joint replacement can be challenging, so we’re here to help. We focus on joint replacement rehabilitation that builds strength, promotes healing and helps maximize range of motion.

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How we can help

Through a combination of physical therapy, occupational therapy and the most advanced technologies, we work with patients to increase strength, mobility, flexibility and endurance. Our joint replacement rehabilitation program is custom designed for each patient to increase independence and change lives for the better.

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Why we're different

CustomizedCare

Customized care plan

Each patient receives a treatment plan that is customized to make the biggest impact on their recovery. After a one-on-one assessment, our patients recovering from a joint replacement can expect a plan that will strengthen the repairing bone around the replaced joint, keep muscles strong and healthy, help manage the pain of recovery and improve mobility, range of motion and dexterity.

Team Approach

Team approach

Successful recovery from a joint replacement requires a team of experts dedicated to one thing -- their patient’s success. We believe collaborating in patient care produces the best outcomes, so each patient can expect a dedicated care team that includes skilled nursing, rehabilitation physicians, therapists, case managers and more.

Superior Outcomes

Superior outcomes

Throughout joint replacement recovery, we focus on inspiring our patients with the confidence it takes to move forward. Our proven history of patient success and our passion to continue changing patients’ lives is what drives us to continue providing the best possible care.

Other orthopedic conditions

In addition to the many rehabilitation services offered at Encompass Health, we also offer general orthopedic rehabilitation. A wide range of orthopedic injuries and disabilities, including amputations, joint replacements, fractures, neck and lower back disorders and other orthopedic complications, are treated with orthopedic rehabilitation.

Other Orthopedic Conditions

Our technology

We use our advanced technologies to treat patients recovering from joint replacement.

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Our nationwide network

With inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and home health and hospice agencies across the U.S., we stand ready to be your post-acute provider of choice.

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