Rehabilitation services are provided to patients who have orthopedic injuries or illnesses. This includes injuries and illnesses related to bones, joints or muscles. An experienced team of nurses, therapists and physicians provide services to inpatients. Nursing services are provided 24 hours each day, seven days a week.
The St. Luke’s team works closely with patients and their family to set realistic goals. We provide at least three hours of therapy each day to make sure every patient has the best care and best possible results to meet their goals.
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Orthopedic injuries and illness can happen to anyone at any age.
- In 2010, St. Luke’s provided rehabilitation services to over 100 patients with hip or leg fractures or orthopedic trauma and 125 patients with other orthopedic conditions.
- Age 0-12: 0 patients
- Age 13-17: 3 patients
- Age 18-24: 3 patients
- Age 25-44: 9 patients
- Age 45-64: 25 patients
- Age 65+: 176 patients
- The average St. Luke's patient with an orthopedic injury or illness is 78 years old.
- 65% of our orthopedic patients are female. 35% are male.
- On average, patients with an orthopedic injury or illness spend 13 days at St. Luke's.
The most common conditions St. Luke's treats for orthopedic patients are:
- Hip and lower leg fractures due to:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Sports injuries
- Multiple injuries to the bones and/or back due to:
St. Luke’s is committed to providing the best rehabilitation care possible for the patients we serve. Your input is needed. Please tell us what other information you would like to know about St. Luke's Orthopedic Program.