Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall provides high quality orthopedic care by treating patients as unique individuals, not just as a knee, hip or shoulder. Because each patient is different, with unique needs and expectations, we offer a broad range of treatment options for musculoskeletal disorders and injuries.
Our board-certified orthopedic surgeons perform some of today’s most complex procedures on hips, knees, ankles and shoulders; including arthroscopic repair, which results in quicker return to work and normal activities. These arthroscopic repairs are performed for conditions such as torn cartilage or ligaments or rotator cuff tears. These injuries previously required open procedures with a long, painful recovery. Now, with the advent of advanced arthroscopic techniques, these repairs are performed in an outpatient setting, and while all patients are not the same, many recover faster with much less discomfort.
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There have been many advances in the process of joint replacement in recent years, including improved materials that allow joint replacements to last 20 to 25 years, or longer. Other improvements relate to the overall patient experience, making recovery easier and faster than it used to be. With the use of preoperative nerve blocks, pain pumps and minimally invasive techniques, patients generally recover more quickly, with less pain than in the past.
“Joint Camp” Pre-Operative Education
Texas Health Rockwall believes that educating the patient about what to expect before, during and after joint replacement surgery is important. Our “Joint Camp” pre-operative education program provides the opportunity to meet with and hear from the entire team involved in your care. This class will provide you with necessary information about your upcoming procedure.
Your doctor’s office can assist you in scheduling a preoperative class when you schedule your surgery, or you may call the Pre-Admission Testing Department at 469-698-1152.
Classes are held on Monday evenings from 4:00-5:00pm.
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Topics covered during the class:
- Pre-certification process and insurance authorization with Case Management
- Pre-op clinic surgical clearance with Nurse Practitioner
- Day of surgery pre-operative process with Pre-operative Nurse
- Post-operative care with Discharge Advocate
- Physical therapy expectations with Physical Therapist
- Questions & Answer Session
On behalf of the Total Joint Program at Texas Health Rockwall and our surgeons, nurses and other professionals, we would like to welcome and thank you for choosing us for your total joint surgery.