Rehabilitation is key in treatment for an orthopedic condition, whether it’s the main component of your treatment plan, or part of your treatment after surgery to help you regain strength and movement. The University Health Reeves Rehabilitation Center is the leading provider of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services for South Texas.
Our multidisciplinary team of specialists provide comprehensive orthopedic rehabilitation services to help you move freely again with less pain. Orthopedic conditions we treat most often include:
- Congenital deformity
- Hand injuries
- Hip replacements
- Knee replacements
- Major multiple trauma
- Spinal cord injury
Reeves Rehabilitation has several locations to make it easier and more convenient to reach your rehabilitation goals. Our inpatient services are on the sixth floor of University Hospital, with four satellite outpatient clinics located throughout San Antonio.
Each location is fully staffed with rehabilitation experts, including physical medicine physicians, rehabilitation therapists, case managers and rehabilitation counselors.
If you have certain orthopedic conditions, orthotics or prosthetics can help you move better or more easily. Our orthopedic specialists use the latest technology to design comfortable devices that are custom-fit to your body, as well as to your lifestyle and goals.
Sometimes an orthopedic condition can involve a slow-healing wound. People with diabetes are susceptible to developing slow-healing wounds in the feet. University wound care specialists work closely with you and your orthopedic doctor to develop the most effective treatment approach.
University Hospital is home to South Texas’ premier Level I Trauma Center. When your life changes in an instant due to a traumatic accident, our team of trauma specialists provides advanced, lifesaving care.
Our care goes beyond treating injuries. You can count on a caring, take-charge case manager to help you navigate the details of care. Your case manager links everything and everyone involved in your or your loved one’s care. Your case manager also connects you with needed resources and answers questions you may have along the way.