Discover a Care Model That’s Benefiting Hip Fracture Patients

A report released by Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation found that 21.2 percent of all hip fracture patients over the age of 65 died within a year of their injury. During the Anesthesiology 2017 Meeting, Dr. Qui of Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center demonstrated how the Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH) care model improves a patient's outcome. What is the PSH Care … [Read more...]

What Can Your Parent Expect in the First Weeks of Recovery from Hip Replacement?

Making the decision to undergo total hip replacement surgery can be one of the most impactful, and beneficial, decisions of your parent’s later years. If they have been suffering from pain, stiffness, loss of range of motion, and other issues related to a hip injury, trauma, arthritis, or other complications, this surgery can ease their symptoms, improve mobility and function, and encourage … [Read more...]