Orthopedic Conditions

Orthopedic problems generally respond well to rehabilitation. And, rehabilitation helps people get back to work, allow a person to resume daily functioning and be able to get back to other community activities. Home health therapy along with outpatient rehabilitation is almost always appropriate after a bone break, torn ligament, cartilage damage or orthopedic surgery.

Recovery varies depending on many factors. The extent of a person’s condition, age, health and activity all play a role. But in every case, Think-Ability Rehab is equipped to deliver a custom therapy plan that takes all factors into account. The goal is always maximizing function and independence.

With the right treatment and careful rehabilitation planning, a return to full activity is possible – including a chance to return to prior level of functioning.

Preventing orthopedic injury and conditions

The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) recommends that you:

  • Prevent back pain - use proper lifting techniques and support your back while sitting.
  • Take care of an aging or post-traumatic knee.
  • Slow the rate of progression of osteoporosis. The effects can be modified with proper early diagnosis and treatment.
  • Prevent hip fractures

Treating orthopedic injuries and conditions

Treatment programs address a wide range of orthopedic injuries and disabilities. Each treatment targets the patient’s specific needs, teaching strategies to help the person return to maximum independence.

Think-Ability Rehab treatments for orthopedic injuries and conditions have improved abilities for patients who have suffered from:

  • Fractures
  • Amputations
  • Joint replacements
  • Neck and lower back disorders
  • Strains and sprains

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