Dr. Brick is a leading orthopedic surgeon at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and is affiliated with Harvard Medical School. He helped pioneer surgery techniques such as Anterior Approach to Hip Replacement, a less invasive procedure for hip replacements. New medical technology advancements have broadened hip replacement surgery as a more widespread operation and is now attracting patients from many different age groups. Most hip replacement surgeries still require weeks or months of care and rehabilitation.
Special attention to your daily habits and living area during recovery (such as bending to tie shoes or making sure there is clear and easy access throughout the house) is required to ensure the best possible results. Over the years Private Home Care has cared for many clients who have undergone single and total hip replacement replacement surgeries. We are experts at caring for pre-op, post-op, and extended care. We are well known for our excellent cooperation and partnership with doctors.
Private Home Care works with your medical professionals to come up with personalized care plans that our clients continue to use even after their recovery. We also assess the home for fall risk to ensure safety and well being. One of our goals is to make sure that your loved ones have the most successful recovery, and with decades of experience we are confident that we can provide the best care.