Orthopedic Rehabilitation

The Orthopedic Rehabilitation Program at Texas Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Worth provides acute rehabilitation for patients with higher medical acuity following orthopedic surgery, such as total joint replacements: including knees, hips, and shoulders. By incorporating 3 hours of therapy 5 days a week, and additional available weekend therapy, our program helps build strength, maximize range of motion, and manage pain to ensure that our patients are able to transition back home.

Program Features:

  • Dedicated Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Team including, but not limited to:
    • Patient and Family
    • Physiatrist (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Doctor)
    • Consulting Physician Specialists
    • Rehabilitation Nurses to provide 24 hour nursing care
    • Psychologists to assist with behavioral, emotional, and social issues
    • Physical Therapist to assist with increasing strength and mobility
    • Occupational Therapist to assist with increasing everyday living skills
    • Respiratory Therapist
    • Aquatics Therapy
    • Case Manager to assist with discharge planning
    • Dietician to provide nutrition education and counseling
  • State-of-the-Art Technology
  • Community Re-Integration Focus
  • Pain and Wound Management
  • Multipurpose Lounge
  • Transitional Living Suite designed to simulate a home environment
  • Patient and Family Education and Training