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At some point, you may experience an injury or illness that makes it hard for you to move around or take care of yourself. If pain, stiffness or weakness prevent you from walking, driving, grooming or performing household chores, you may need orthopedic rehabilitation.
The terms “orthopedic rehabilitation” and “physical therapy” are often used interchangeably. Whatever you prefer to call it, orthopedic rehabilitation is a kind of therapy that treats muscle, bone and joint problems. It’s performed by licensed health professionals called physical therapists. They manage your pain and help you move better, including:
No matter what’s keeping you from getting around and getting things done, Mercy’s physical therapists can help you overcome it.
We’ll help you manage your pain. And we’ll help improve your strength, flexibility, range of motion, balance and coordination. Some of the ways we do this include:
Our physical therapists care for people at every stage of recovery. If you’ve had surgery, you may begin therapy while you’re still in the hospital. If you are home-bound, you’ll likely work with our home health physical therapists. Or you may have regular appointments at one of our outpatient clinics that specialize in orthopedic rehabilitation.
No matter where you receive therapy, you can rest assured you are in good hands. As we help you regain strength and mobility, we’ll also restore your confidence. And before you know it, you’ll be functioning just fine on your own.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including: