Generations at Regency offers fracture care and recovery programs to help individuals return to the highest quality of living as quickly as possible.
What is Fracture Care?
Although surgeries to repair fractures can be straightforward and have relatively simple fixes, the complications after surgery can be dangerous. Complications can include blood clots, infection, and pneumonia. With a partial hip replacement, the patient can also dislocate the prosthesis before it stabilizes. After a stay in the hospital, the majority of these seniors enter a rehabilitation facility for further recovery. Fracture care includes skilled nursing, pain management and physical and occupational therapy.
Who Should Participate in Fracture Care?
Older adults may fall and suffer fractures or breaks, in the hip, wrist, spine, or head. These painful, slow-healing injuries frequently result in hospitalization, the loss of mobility, and a long recovery. One-third of seniors over the age of 65 suffer from a debilitating fall each year.
Why Choose Generations at Regency for Fracture Care?
Generations at Regency’s trained professionals provide around-the-clock skilled nursing care and rehabilitation support. Our program includes:
- Individualized care plans
- Trained staff available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Medication administration
- Assistance with activities of daily living
- Pain management
Our Interdisciplinary Team
At Generations at Regency, our clinical care staff works with a team of experienced healthcare professionals including:
- Nurse Practitioners
- Physical Therapists
The interdisciplinary team designs a customized program based on your personal health goals, followed by ongoing support for a successful outcome.
Evelyn is a 94-year-old widow living independently at home. She fell while walking between her kitchen and dining room and fractured her hip and right collar bone…. “To imagine that a woman, in her 90’s, would be doing ‘swing-dancing’ with a physical therapist is, again, awesome! The complete mending of her hip was supposed to take 12 weeks. She was discharged to her own home in less than 6 weeks.” Read story