We are changing the joint replacement experience.
day hospital stay
of patients walk more than
300 feet the morning after
surgery and have the ability
to fully extend their knee to
a perfect "0" degrees
Joe LoCascio, Hip Replacement
It's normally a two-to-three day process of rehab in the hospital after surgery, but I was able to leave by lunchtime on the second day. That might have been a little bit unusual, but I think it speaks a lot to the care that I received.
Priscilla Pisarki, Knee Replacement
Having my knee replaced gave me a new lease on life. It was getting old with my knee, with the arthritis. I couldn't do the things I wanted to do at church. I couldn't do things with my grandkids. And I was really starting to feel all my age. After my surgery, I am able to be active in my church again. Life it too short. You've got to move. So now I move, because if I keep moving, illness can't catch me or anything else.
Rhonda Henke, Knee Replacement
The staff at the Center for Joint Care recommended that I start my rehab even before I had surgery. Not only did they recommend rehab strength training and things of that nature, they also suggested an anti-inflammatory diet. Once my surgery was over, I was up and walking to rehab within 24 hours. They don’t focus on what you cannot do; they really focus on what you can do. Now that I have recovered from my surgery, not only have I been able to return to work, but I am stronger and better than ever!