The Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Program helps patients who have had an orthopaedic trauma, sports-related injury, reconstructive surgery (including knee and hip replacement), certain types of back surgery, and loss of a limb by amputation. The program provides education and treatment of patients and caregivers on these topics:
- Fall prevention
- Joint protection
- Lifting and bending techniques
- Pressure sores
- Weight management
- Hip precautions
- Patient and caregiver support
Personalized treatment plans and established protocols guide the team and patient through the rehabilitation process. Follow-up care is available as needed through tailored home exercise programs, outpatient therapy, and home health services. For more information, please call (864) 455-7716.
In addition, our hospital provides inpatient services for people with these conditions:
- Multiple trauma
- Arthritis and rheumatic disease
- Cerebral palsy and other congenital disabilities
- Guillain-Barré syndrome
- Neuromuscular diseases
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Cancer rehabilitation
We also offer case management services to establish and maintain communication among patients, families, and insurance providers regarding staff recommendations and future treatments. The case manager makes sure that each treatment plan is set up to reach specific, measurable objectives in a cost-efficient manner.
Click here to view the Orthopaedic Program’s scope of services and disclosure form.