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Orthopedic Program 

Individuals who have undergone joint replacement, experienced a musculoskeletal injury, sustained bone trauma, or have been diagnosed with degenerative joint disease, often have limited function and mobility, pain and other complications. The Orthopedic Rehabilitation Program is designed for patients who are medically stable, but have limitations due to an orthopedic injury or surgery. Conditions commonly treated include hip fracture, hip replacement, knee replacement, amputation, or multiple broken limbs. Our focus is to begin as soon as possible after surgery to improve strength, mobility, and support healing, to facilitate a rapid return to independence. Some common areas which the program may address include:

  • Electrical stimulation
  • Treadmill training
  • Assistive equipment and technologies
  • Advanced pain management
  • Strength
  • Range of motion
  • Self care skills
  • Prosthetic/ortho fitting and training
  • Mobility/ambulation
  • Home safety    

I felt like they really cared about what they were doing for me, and they took care of me like family. I would recommend Valley Baptist Inpatient Rehabilitation to anyone.

- Gloria Cochran

Only CARF-accredited program in the Lower Rio Grande Valley for Inpatient Rehab and Stroke Program.

Contact Us

Inpatient Rehab:
(956) 389-1550

Outpatient Rehab:
(956) 389-2323

Cardiac Rehab:
(956) 389-1705