Hip Physical Therapy Rehabilitation
When I first entered Prestonwood as a patient, having just undergone surgery to reduce fractures of my left femur and left scapula, I was in bad shape. Not only was I in intense physical pain, but also my mental condition was extremely negative – I was very discouraged and had serious doubts concerning recovery and my future.
Now, two months later, everything has changed. The pain is under control and gradually subsiding, I can stand and walk, and my outlook is completely positive. The dramatic change is 100% due to the outstanding care given to me by your staff at Prestonwood. Everyone with whom I came in contact was helpful, friendly, positive, caring, and contributive to my successful results.
At Prestonwood Rehabilitation, your hip replacement rehabilitation and broken hip recovery focuses on these areas:
- Maximizing mobility and independence
- Improving activities of daily living (ADLs)
- Promoting a positive self-image
- Addressing psychological and\or social issues
- Returning to work and/or recreational activities
- Minimizing and\or managing pain
When a surgeon replaces your hip joint during hip replacement surgery, you’re only part of the way toward your goal of relieving your hip pain. Whether you’re facing hip injury rehabilitation or total hip replacement rehabilitation, the next step is to restore range of motion in the joint and build a strong, sturdy support system by strengthening your leg muscles. That’s where physical therapy rehabilitation with Prestonwood Rehab’s Occupational and Physical Therapists comes in.
With time and physical therapy treatment, your hip can work and feel like normal. As your physical therapy progresses, you will be able to put more weight on your leg and steadily increase your mobility with less and less pain. A great majority of patients who need hip replacement recovery or hip injury rehabilitation are able to resume most of their activities and live active lives.
Our experienced and highly skilled therapists dedicate themselves to developing a personalized rehabilitation program to meet your individual needs. Your hip replacement recovery begins with a comprehensive assessment by members of our rehabilitation team. Our Physical and Occupational Therapists will create a plan of care for your rehabilitation after hip replacement and broken hip recovery, focusing on improving your mobility, minimizing pain and preparing you for your daily life after therapy.
We receive referrals from many Dallas\Fort Worth area hospitals and Acute Rehab facilities, including:
- Texas Health Presbyterian Plano
- Baylor Carrollton
- Baylor Plano
- Medical Center of Plano
- Methodist Hospital for Surgery
- Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation at Frisco
- Reliant Rehab Hospital
- Healthsouth Rehab Hospital
Prestonwood Rehabilitation services the North Texas area. We are convenient to Dallas, Plano, Frisco, Carrollton and Lewisville, TX.