GRC’s P&O physicians will start with a comprehensive evaluation. By doing so, they include assessing patients everyday function, muscle test, deformities and other factors. Based on this evaluation, GRC’s P&O team will develop a tailored treatment plan and coordinate care with other specialists.
GRC P&O team will have several questions about client/patient new device and the logistics of living with it. Then GRC P&O team takes the time to talk to client/patient about what to expect in terms of new device. In this case, GRC Social Work Department will be also available to help patient/client to be prepared mentally and emotionally for changes in his/her new lifestyle.
With modern equipment and tools, GRC P&O specialists help Client/patient to select or custom order a prosthetic or orthotic device with the right function. GRC P&O frequently works with patients who require specialized or high-tech devices for a specific activity. Beyond the initial fitting, P&O can also help patient with future repairs, replacement and upgrades.
GRC Physiotherapy trains the patients the gait with provided devices for three to five days and the patients discharged with home advice for daily activities with appointment of three months for control and follow up.