The New York Times covered recent studies on the benefit of patients rehabilitating at home as opposed to in-patient rehabilitation centers. “It may surprise many to learn that, even if joint replacement patients live alone, the overwhelming majority recover equally well and may experience fewer complications if they go home directly from the hospital and get outpatient rehabilitation instead of spending days or weeks in a costly rehab facility,” the article stated. Interviews with AAHKS members Javad Parvizi, MD and William J. Hozack, MD are included in the article. Full story.

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