If you’re planning on having shoulder, hip, or knee replacement surgery, you’ve probably done lots of research finding the right doctor, understanding the procedure and gathering all the information to make an informed decision. But have you thought about what happens after the surgery?
After joint replacement surgery, patients are generally sent to a rehabilitation facility for physical therapy and occupational therapy before being discharged to their homes. That’s when patients turn to American In-Home Care to match them with the right care provider.
The care providers we refer can assist with the activities of daily living while you're recovering:
- Ambulating (walking)
- Continence care and feeding (as needed by the patient and recommended by their physician)
- Medication reminders
- Run errands
- Light housekeeping
- Accompany to doctor’s appointments
- Monitor for gross behavioral changes
- Help to maintain safety
- Passive exercises
At American In-Home Care, we provide professional home health care Florida families need. Want to learn more about our services? Click the button below for a consultation.