Inpatient Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

Inpatient Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Our Comprehensive Inpatient Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Services

When it comes to orthopaedic challenges, the road to recovery can be both physically demanding and emotionally challenging. At our inpatient rehabilitation centres, we offer specialist orthopaedic therapies and expertise to make that journey as smooth and successful as possible.

Orthopaedic rehabilitation is a critical phase in the recovery journey for individuals facing orthopaedic conditions, whether it's a joint replacement, hip fracture, or musculoskeletal issues. Our comprehensive approach focuses on restoring your independence, mobility, and functionality. Our team of experts, including skilled physiotherapists and occupational therapists, are by your side every step of the way.

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Our Holistic Approach to Inpatient Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

At Therapies on Thames, we adopt a holistic perspective when it comes to inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation. We understand that your overall well-being extends beyond your physical health, encompassing emotional, mental, and social dimensions.

Our dedicated commitment to this holistic method of inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation is aimed at empowering older individuals to embark on a path toward a healthier and more joyful future. It is this holistic philosophy that distinguishes us in the world of orthopaedic rehabilitation.

What Conditions Can Inpatient Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Help With?

Orthopaedic rehabilitation is adaptable and well-suited to address a wide spectrum of injuries and conditions commonly encountered by elderly individuals. Whether dealing with acute or chronic injuries, a degenerative disease that impacts your musculoskeletal system or have recently undergone a joint replacement surgery, orthopaedic rehabilitation can provide effective treatment.

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If you or a loved one has undergone orthopaedic surgery, experienced musculoskeletal injuries or is living with a degenerative orthoepic condition, contact our professional team to learn more about how our inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation can help you regain mobility, reduce pain, and improve overall quality of life.

The Role of Physiotherapy in Specialist Inpatient Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy is the cornerstone of our specialist inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation, playing a pivotal role in the recovery journey of individuals facing orthopaedic challenges. At our dedicated rehabilitation centres, we understand the profound impact of physiotherapy in rebuilding lives and restoring independence.

Here's how our physiotherapy aids in the orthopaedic recovery process:

Restoring Mobility: Physiotherapy is all about regaining your ability to move and function. Our expert physiotherapists work closely with you to create personalised exercise programmes that target your specific orthopaedic condition, improving joint mobility, muscle strength, and overall physical function.

Enhancing Functionality: The ultimate goal of physiotherapy is to enhance your daily functionality. Whether it's getting back to walking, climbing stairs, or simply performing routine tasks, our physiotherapy sessions are tailored to help you regain control and independence.

Building Strength and Resilience: Orthopaedic challenges often result in muscle weakness and physical deconditioning. Physiotherapy addresses these issues head-on, helping you rebuild your strength and physical resilience, which are fundamental to a successful recovery.

Boosting Confidence: A significant part of the healing process involves regaining confidence in your physical abilities. Our physiotherapists provide the guidance and support needed to rebuild not only your body but also your self-assurance.

The Role of Occupational Therapy in Inpatient Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

Occupational therapy takes a pivotal role in supporting individuals recovering from orthopaedic challenges, such as hip replacements or bone fractures. Our dedicated team of occupational therapists don’t solely focus on your physical rehabilitation; we ensure that individuals can lead fulfilling lives, despite the challenges posed by orthopaedic conditions. We are here to provide the guidance and support needed to help patients regain the skills and abilities necessary to perform daily activities and reclaim their independence, one step at a time.

Here's how our occupational therapy plays a vital role in the orthopaedic recovery process:

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs): Occupational therapy focuses on helping you regain the skills and abilities necessary to perform daily activities. From dressing and grooming to cooking and household chores, our expert occupational therapists work with you to adapt and master these tasks.

Mobility and Transfers: Occupational therapists work on improving mobility and safe transfers, especially for patients with hip or knee replacements. This includes techniques for getting in and out of bed, chairs, and vehicles without putting excessive strain on the replaced joint.

Home and Work Adjustments: Many orthopaedic challenges require adaptations in both home and work environments. Occupational therapy assists in evaluating these spaces and recommending adjustments to ensure you can navigate and function effectively and safely.

Long-term Independence: Occupational therapy is not just about immediate recovery but also focuses on enhancing long-term independence and quality of life. Patients learn strategies to adapt and live a fulfilling life with their orthopaedic challenges.

The Benefits of Inpatient Orthopaedic Rehabilitation from Therapies on Thames

At Therapies on Thames, we take pride in offering specialised inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation programmes that are tailored to provide an array of benefits to individuals facing orthopaedic challenges.

Around The Clock Comprehensive Care

Around The Clock Comprehensive Care

Inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation provides a structured and controlled environment where patients receive 24/7 care from a team of healthcare professionals, including physical therapists, occupational therapists, nurses, and doctors.

Reduced Risk of Complications

Reduced Risk of Complications

Inpatient care can help minimise the risk of post-operative complications, such as infections or deep vein thrombosis, through close monitoring and prompt intervention if unforeseen issues arise.

Effective Pain Management

Effective Pain Management

Elderly patients may experience significant pain after orthopaedic surgery or injury. Our inpatient facilities have the resources to provide effective pain management, ensuring that patients are comfortable during their recovery.

Quicker Recovery Times

Quicker Recovery Times

The intensive, round-the-clock care provided in inpatient settings can often result in a faster recovery, allowing elderly patients to regain their independence and return to their usual activities sooner.

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If you or a loved one has undergone orthopaedic surgery, experienced musculoskeletal injuries or is living with a degenerative orthoepic condition, contact our professional team to learn more about how our inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation can help you regain mobility, reduce pain, and improve overall quality of life.

OUR REHABILITATION CENTRES NEAR YOU

Bridge House Rehabilitation Centre
Reading, Berkshire

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Bridge House in Reading to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Reading..

Florence House Rehabilitation Centre
Reading, Berkshire

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Florence House in Reading to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Reading.

Camberley Manor Elderly Rehabilitation Centre
Camberley, Surrey

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Camberley Manor Care Home to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Camberley.

Newlands of Stow Rehabilitation Centre
Stow, Gloucestershire

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Newlands of Stow to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Gloucestershire.

Candlewood House Elderly Rehabilitation Centre
London

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Candlewood House Care Home to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in London.

Cambridge Manor Elderly Rehabilitation Centre
Cambridgeshire

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Cambridge Manor Care Home to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Cambridgeshire.

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If you or a loved one has undergone orthopaedic surgery, experienced musculoskeletal injuries or is living with a degenerative orthoepic condition, contact our professional team to learn more about how our inpatient orthopaedic rehabilitation can help you regain mobility, reduce pain, and improve overall quality of life.

THE INPATIENT ADMISSION PROCESS

If you think that yourself, a loved one, or client might benefit from residential treatment at one of our rehabilitation facilities, the admission process works as followed:

  • The first step is for the patient, a family member or carer to give us a call on: 0333 011 3278, and have a chat to one of the team, about their requirements and which of our centres would be most suitable.
  • We will then email/post you some further information, based on the details of the discussion.
  • A member of the team based at the centre will then follow up with you directly and can arrange for a tour of the centre if required.
  • If you decide you would like to proceed with the admission, the centre will arrange to complete a patient assessment prior to the admission, in order to assess any nursing needs required and ensure that the centre is able to accommodate any very specialist medical needs.
  • The team will then liaise with the hospital discharge team and prepare for the patient’s arrival at the centre.
  • Once the patient has arrived at the centre, they will be assessed, and a treatment plan will be put in place.
  • Once the plan is in place, it will remain under constant review during the rehabilitation period, and when the patient is ready to return home, the team can arrange for our community rehabilitation team to continue treatment in the patient’s own home.

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We’re here to help restore your strength and get you standing on your own again.

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All of our therapists are fully qualified, experienced professionals, DBS checked, registered members of Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and registered with relevant professional bodies.

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