Considering joint replacement surgery? We know it may seem overwhelming. That's why at MultiCare Deaconess Hospital's Joint Restoration Center, we've designed our program to put you at ease.
In just three steps, we'll see you through every phase of care, from pre-op education through your last inpatient therapy session. And you'll experience it all in a small group setting with people just like you. Together, you'll share successes, concerns — maybe even a few laughs — as you work to get back to your best.
When it comes to joint replacement, the more informed you are, the better your experience. A few weeks before your surgery, you'll attend a class with your group, along with a personal coach (friend or family member who lends additional support). There, you'll meet members of your care team; learn all about your procedure, hospital stay and postoperative care; plan for a smooth transition home; and ask any and all questions to feel confident and prepared.
On the big day, your surgeon will make sure you're comfortable and review what to expect before, during and immediately after your procedure. Find peace of mind knowing our program has earned the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval® for hip and knee replacement. That means we meet the highest national standards for quality and safety while providing minimally invasive joint replacement solutions that often offer less pain, faster recovery and a stronger, more functional joint.
Finally, you'll spend a few days recovering in our dedicated orthopedic unit, offering a personalized, home-away-from-home experience. Everyone's a little different, but on the first day, you'll work with a physical therapist to get up and moving. The next day, you'll attend group physical therapy, building camaraderie with your floormates. The day you leave, we'll answer any last-minute questions — and send you home ready to rediscover the life you love.
Deaconess Hospital provides joint replacement solutions to residents of Spokane, Newport, Deer Park, Mead and our surrounding Inland Northwest communities.
We also host free informational seminars to explore pain management and surgical options.
Call 509-473-5755 to save your spot.