Madonna's Orthopedic Program serves individuals with all types of orthopedic conditions, including those with total joint replacements, fractures, multiple trauma, back surgery, arthritis and other orthopedic conditions.
Patients in the acute rehabilitation level of care will be seen daily by a physiatrist, a physician who specializes in rehabilitation, and as needed by physicians with other medical specialties, such as internal medicine. Patients in the Madonna Rehabilitation Specialty Hospital (also known as LTCH) will be seen daily by an internal medicine physician, and as needed by physicians with other medical specialties such as pulmonology, neurology and physiatry.
Rehabilitation nursing staff are available 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
Patients will participate in physical and occupational therapies that focus on improving mobility and activities of daily living. It may also include aquatic therapy in our warm water pool.
Individuals with orthopedic conditions and their family members are prepared to continue to improve and maintain their functional gains with additional programs offered by Madonna, like outpatient services, therefore maximizing their participation throughout the rest of their life.
Transition to community
Rehabilitation doesn't stop when the patient regains self-care skills and their highest level of independence. The program works on specific goals related to return to driving, school and work re-entry and more.
Madonna’s Institute for Rehabilitation Science and Engineering’s researchers are among leading scientists and engineers around the world already using 3D printing to develop new tools and methods to advance the health care industry.
Connecting Minds. Exchanging Ideas. A Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals and University of Nebraska-Lincoln collaboration in neuroscience research & rehabilitation.
As a nationally recognized rehabilitation leader, Madonna has some of the most advanced rehabilitation technology available.
The amount of information available about orthopedic conditions can be overwhelming. Madonna coordinates with national and local organizations to help patients find the most helpful online resources.