Orthopedic Rehabilitation

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How GrandCare helps patients rehabilitate from an orthopedic procedure

GrandCare’s team of skilled clinicians specializes in orthopedic rehabilitation. Our in-house therapy team has extensive experience in orthopedic rehabilitation, home health, home exercise programs, home safety assessments, special precautions and manual therapy. Most of our therapists are Doctors of Physical Therapy with years of experience treating orthopedic and spine patients.

Our experienced team provides care directly within the comfort of a patient’s home following an orthopedic procedure. Research has shown that most people are healthy and safe enough to go home following a hip or knee replacement surgery. People who go home after surgery instead of a rehabilitation or skilled nursing facility often achieve a faster recovery rate. There is also a lower risk of adverse events such as infection, wound healing problems and readmission to the hospital if people go home after their hospital stay. GrandCare’s team of skilled medical professionals are passionate about helping patients get back to living a normal, independent lifestyle.

What is orthopedic rehabilitation?

Orthopedic rehabilitation is beneficial following a knee replacement, hip replacement and other bone-related disorders. This type of program is prescribed by a physician and commonly includes physical and occupational therapy. Physical therapy will help to strengthen the bone and muscle tissue surrounding the bone in order to regain full range of motion, flexibility and strength. Physical therapists will use several approaches including training, exercises, massages and stretching. An orthopedic rehabilitation program may also include occupational therapy to improve the ability to function when completing daily tasks. This type of therapy trains patients on new ways to approach daily activities and change the environment to suit the patients’ abilities. The goal of orthopedic rehabilitation is to get the patient back to living an independent lifestyle as quickly and safely as possible.

Why do people need orthopedic rehabilitation?

Physicians may prescribe orthopedic rehabilitation for a number of reasons including recovering from a surgery or treatment of injuries and diseases. Some of the most common reasons for prescribing orthopedic rehabilitation services include hip replacement surgery, knee replacement surgery, ankle injuries, spinal fractures, ACL tears, rotator cuff tears and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Orthopedic Rehabilitation Home Health Specialists

GrandCare is the leading provider of in-home orthopedic rehabilitation in Southern California. Learn more about how we can partner to provide excellent clinical outcomes.

Our team consists of skilled nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, medical social workers and home health aides supervised by a dedicated and experienced clinical management team. Our team works closely with each patient, their family, and their physician to develop a plan of care that is customized to the needs of every patient.

We specialize in Orthopedic Rehabilitation as this is our clinician’s expertise. Our team consists of over 150 clinicians across Southern California. Our in-house therapy team is led by Area Directors of Therapy Services; our directors require therapists to have experience in orthopedics, home health, home exercise programs, special precautions, and manual therapy. Each physical therapists’ competencies are signed off by the Area Director of Therapy Services. Most of our therapists are Doctors of Physical Therapy with years of experience treating orthopedic and spine patients.

Our team of nurses have experience in supporting post-acute orthopedic patients in the home through performing comprehensive patient assessments, observing, teaching, training, managing, and evaluating patient specific health needs to ensure a successful recovery. Our nurse’s competencies are signed off by our Director of Patient Care Services for each location to meet best practices and ensure quality patient care.

Are Home Health Services Covered by Insurance?

The Home health benefit is included in most Medicare, HMO, Worker’s Comp and Commercial insurance plans. Click below for a free consultation to see if your plan is covered.

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We are available for patients in all metropolitan areas of Southern California, including Los Angeles County, Ventura County, San Bernardino County, Orange County, Riverside County, and San Diego County.

What Can You Expect?


GrandCare will send a Registered Nurse or Physical Therapist within 24-48 hours of discharge from the hospital or outpatient surgery center. 


Upon admission, we will begin education, wound care and medication management. We outline interventions, outcomes, home exercise programs and patient education customized to your physician’s preferences.


Based on individual need and physician preferences, a GrandCare clinician will visit you per your physician instructions. Visits will happen less often as you improve.


Patients are typically discharged to outpatient physical therapy when your doctor feels it is safe to do so. 


Here are the most frequent questions and answers we get.

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Home health services enable patients to rehabilitate in the comfort of their own residence. Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF). Home health is prescribed by a doctor when an individual is recently discharged from a hospital or long-term care facility. The doctor will determine the need for nursing or therapy services at home. 

Orthopedics is a branch of medicine focusing on the care of the musculoskeletal system made up of muscles, bones, joints, ligaments and tendons. The most common orthopedic surgeries include:

  • Knee Replacement
  • Hip Replacement
  • ACL Surgery
  • Shoulder Replacement
  • Arthroscopy
  • Joint Fusion

Home Health provides skilled care by licensed medical professionals such as a physical therapist, occupational therapist or skilled nurse. This type of care is typically prescribed by a doctor following hospitalization or an injury. The cost of Home Health services is covered by most insurance plans. The services offered typically include:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Skilled nursing
  • Mobility Training
  • Wound care
  • Medication management

Home Care provides help for seniors who need assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs). This is unskilled care, and the cost is not covered by most insurance plans. Home Care services include:

  • Care Companionship
  • Meal Planning and Preparation
  • Errands and Grocery Shopping
  • Medication Oversight
  • Light Housekeeping, Laundry
  • Bathing and Dressing
  • Incontinence Assistance and Toileting
  • Assistance with Bill Paying
  • Transportation services

The combination of Home Health and Home Care services can be beneficial for some individuals by providing a holistic approach ensuring that both their medical and daily needs are met.

Home health services are prescribed by a physician when a patient is homebound following a surgery or medical setback. Home health therapy exercises are less advanced and are focused on restoring functional mobility to be able to do activities of daily living (transfer, bathing, dressing, grooming) without any falls or injuries. These exercises are focused on restoring the patient’s range of motion (ROM) and ambulation so that they are no longer homebound and can transition to outpatient therapy.

Outpatient therapy services are provided after home health is complete. Patients are no longer considered homebound and are a few weeks post-operative. These exercises are more advanced and are focused on restoring and maintaining strength, endurance, flexibility, stability and balance.

The Home health benefit is included in most Medicare, HMO and Commercial insurance plans. In some cases, there may be a co-pay.


To receive home health services, a physician must prescribe the need for the care and certify that the patient is homebound. A patient will be considered homebound if they have a condition or injury that restricts their ability to leave their place of residence without the aid of supportive devices or the use of special transportation. If you think that you or a loved one may benefit from home health services, contact your physician’s office.

See how GrandCare compares to other home health agencies here using the Medicare Care Compare tool. 

Yes. All patients have the right to control the care that is provided to them. This includes choosing the provider that renders the care. Your choice must be honored. You can ask your physician or hospital discharge planner about home health services and inform them that you would like to choose GrandCare if you prefer our services.

  • Recognized as the leading Orthopedic In-Home Rehab agency in Southern California
  • Consistent 5-Star CMS Ratings
  • Proven to provide high quality, cost-effective patient care
  • 200+ 5-star reviews on Yelp and Google from previous patients
  • In-house therapy team specializing in orthopedic rehabilitation
  • Single point of contact with dedicated case managers
  • Continuum of care between physicians and post-acute care settings
  • Home Care Elite status

Patient Resources

We provide all the resources necessary for patients to have a successful recovery.

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