Caregiver Service After Surgery in Los Angeles County

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Surgery often times signifies a victory.  However, the road to recovery is often the toughest part of the process.  Hip replacement surgeries are common among elderly and seniors, and it usually take this group a longer time to recovery from any surgery.  Here is a few things to expect after a hip replacement surgery according to WebMD.  The patient will be on an antibiotic IV for about a day afterwards, then receive medications for pain control and prevent blood clot.  In addition, depending on how the doctor performed the surgery, it also determines the level of rehab and the type of weight an individual can put on the their legs.  At the end, it is best to follow the doctor’s and therapist advice thoroughly to get the best results.

Our caregivers here at A-1 Home Care offers a wide range of experience in providing wonderful and respectful services to all our clients.  For example, Tina Gowdy and Roehl Esquillo are two of the best caregivers we have to offer.  They are experienced and skilled to deal with a variety of needs, yet they are personable and easy to talk to, perfect personality for someone who will be caring for your loved ones hours at a time.  Experts in After surgery care, post stroke care, Parkinson Care, Alzheimer Care, incontinence care, and much more elderly care services.  Whether it is housecleaning, laundry, transportation, meal preparation, or other errands, A-1 Home Care can provide the assistance you loved ones will sure to enjoy.  We cover all of Los Angeles and Orange County, so no matter if it is Burbank, Pasadena, Glendale, Malibu, Santa Monica, Tustin, Anaheim, Newport Beach, or other cities, simply give us a call to begin service.

Call 562-929-8400 for a free in home assessment, or visit www.a-1domestic.com to learn more.

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