Our comprehensive orthopedic rehabilitation programs service orthopedic injuries, fractures and disabilities.
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Joint Commission Accreditation
At Vanderbilt Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital, our extensive, comprehensive orthopedic rehabilitation and trauma rehabilitation programs keep pace with a wide range of orthopedic injuries, fractures and disabilities including amputations, joint replacements, hip fractures, hip and knee replacements, neck and lower back disorders and other orthopedic complications.
An interdisciplinary team of rehabilitation professionals provides a seamless approach to care using the latest technologies and innovative treatments to help patients reach their goals.
As the nation’s leading provider of post-acute care, we know orthopedic rehabilitation and are committed to helping you achieve your highest level of independence.
Our inpatient orthopedic rehabilitation and trauma rehabilitation programs provide patients with specialized rehabilitation that is personalized to each patient, delivering better care for improved outcomes and greater independence.
Led by a rehabilitation physician*, our team works closely with patients, formulating targeted strategies to improve each patient’s condition and address pain management. Team members may include a case manager, occupational, physical and speech therapists, rehabilitation nurses, nutrition specialists, respiratory therapists and more.
We are committed to delivering the best care for our hip fracture and hip replacement patients. Professional teams specializing in rehabilitation provide individualized care that targets specific needs with comprehensive programs that include:
Once a patient is admitted to our trauma rehabilitation program, an interdisciplinary rehabilitation team evaluates the patient’s needs and goals. The team then meets weekly to re-evaluate the patient’s progress and further develop goals based upon changing needs, focusing on better care for a maximized recovery. Family training is an integral part of this process.
The patient and the family are the team’s most important members, which is why we offer family training. It is particularly important for patients to be close to their support system of friends and family throughout recovery, and our convenient visitation hours make this possible throughout the patient’s stay.
Conditions treated in trauma rehabilitation include:
Joint replacement rehabilitation is a key part of recovering from hip, knee or shoulder joint replacements.
Our joint replacement rehabilitation focuses on building strength and promotes healing to help maximize your range of motion. Led by a rehabilitation physician*, our team works closely with patients, formulating targeted strategies to improve each patient’s condition and address pain management.
Through a combination of physical therapy and occupational therapy using the most advanced technologies, we work with our patients to increate strength, flexibility, mobility and endurance for those recovering from joint replacements.
Our team of experts offer tremendous knowledge in the latest technologies and treatments for amputee rehabilitation, providing the clinical, technical and professional resources needed to help patients progress toward total independence.
The amputee rehabilitation program focuses on the unique needs of each individual, with objectives including instruction in skin care, pre-prosthetic conditioning and instruction, prosthetic mobility training and limb maintenance.
Each patient’s treatment plan is designed to accomplish their therapeutic goals through a sequence of measurable, achievable steps:
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We deliver connected care and superior outcomes through our state-of-the-art inpatient rehabilitation hospital.