According to a nationwide analysis by Medicaid on their beneficiaries, more and more seniors are getting knee-replacement surgeries over the past two decades: a total rise of 161%. Researchers from the University of Iowa state that the rapid growth of knee-replacement surgeries is fueled by the growing population of elderly people who wish to stay active during their senior years.
It is essential to remember that knee-replacement surgeries are only provided to individuals whose arthritis can no longer be managed through physical therapy, medication, and other specialized care.
As such, New Hope Home Care aims to address the need for professional care for seniors who have undergone knee-replacement surgeries. We understand that mobility is challenging after surgery, so our care team is here to lend a helping hand so seniors can enjoy their senior years as soon as possible.
Through our Hospital to Home care service, we see to it that those transitioning directly at home after hospitalization are provided with skilled care senior care.
We are here to provide you with a qualified, skilled caregiver in Pennsylvania who can assist you during this stressful time. The first 72 hours following a procedure or hospital stay represent a critical and vulnerable time for the patient, often involving a new diagnosis and changes in daily habits, required medications, meal regimens, rehab exercises, and more.
Our home care in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, provides monitoring, reminders, and emotional support to help the individual recover from knee-replacement surgery successfully at home.
To learn more about our Hospital to Home services, feel free to get in touch with us anytime. We look forward to helping you and your loved one achieve better health in aging!