For those suffering from such injuries, it can also be helpful to consider joint replacement surgery, and a Wisconsin hospital recently created a program that is dedicated in particular to the procedure, according to the Wisconsin Rapids Tribune.
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Educational classes are also offered as part of this new program, with staff on hand to answer questions from patients and family members both before and after the operation takes place. A Patient Guidebook for Joint Replacement is also offered and gives pre- and post-surgery advice.
Additionally, wall displays located throughout the center answer some of the most frequently asked questions, and daily newsletters with schedules and tips are provided. The Joint Center Coordinator is also available to answer questions and help coordinate the patient's care.