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Rehabilitation


Therapy starts nearly directly after your surgery. Your mornings will be spent in Good Samaritan's therapy department where you will receive individual physical therapy sessions. In the afternoons, you will join the others in your group for therapy sessions in the day room on three north.

Upon your dismissal, you will be given specific instructions for continuing therapy at home. Should you need additional professional physical therapy, all arrangements will be made prior to your dismissal. In the event of your need for additional therapy, a home health professional will be arranged to visit you in your home to continue your rehabilitation.

Everyone heals differently and in varied amounts of time, however you should be able to resume an active life in four to six weeks.

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