Orthopaedic and Spine Institute Announces Addition of the New Center for Orthopaedic Rehabilitative Exercise

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Joseph Klotz, Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine chosen to head up Orthopaedic and Spine Institute's Center for Orthopaedic Rehabilitative Exercise located in San Antonio, Texas. The new center is designed to produce better pre op and post op patient outcomes.

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Director, Center for Rehabilitative Excellence

"Rehabilitative exercise and manipulation, together with pain management and orthopaedic surgeon care, provide the full complement of procedures for patient recovery from disease and injury."

The Orthopaedic and Spine Institute's (OSI) Center for Orthopedic Rehabilitative Exercise is a physician driven outpatient rehabilitation center that is a direct extension of OSI. The mission at OSI Orthopedic Rehabilitation is to restore the patient to the highest level of function after a surgery or injury, by providing the best comprehensive medical care under one roof.

OSI accomplished this through purposefully and efficiently utilizing a multidisciplinary approach. Their in-house rehabilitation is supervised by Texas licensed doctors so that every aspect of the patient's treatment is monitored and adapted appropriately. Further, OSI's ancillary team of specialists, orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, pain management doctors, and nurse practitioners, are always on call. This allows the rehab center to successfully treat a long list of surgical and nonsurgical problems for the comfort and convenience of the patient.

Instead of a second opinion, every patient gets the benefit of third and fourth opinion as each OSI Orthopedic Rehabilitation team member contributes to the total patient experience, from initial examination through comprehensive rehabilitation. This facilitates functional improvement and allows patients to return to work and chosen activities as soon as possible. At the Center for Orthopedic Rehabilitative Exercise, the team of specialists and providers are wholly committed to the preservation and enhancement of each patient's health. Services include, but are not limited to:

    -Sports Medicine
    -Orthopedic Surgery
    -Pre and Post Surgical Rehabilitation Services
    -Post injury rehab and exercise

Joseph Klotz, Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine, is Director of the Center for Orthopedic Rehabilitative Exercise at the Orthopaedic and Spine Institute. He assists patients with pre- and post-surgical wellness by working under the direction of Fellowship Trained, Board Certified Orthopedic surgeons. His unparalleled healing abilities are reflective of his excellence in education and professional experience. Dr. Klotz obtained his BSN from Hardin Simmons University. He was president of his class at Texas Chiropractic College from 2006 to 2009 and vice president of the Student Chiropractic Association of Louisiana in 2007. He was also a teacher assistant in Gross Anatomy and a member of Omega PSI National Honors Society while at TCC. Additionally, he is Board Certified in Physiotherapy.

    Dr Klotz has been working in rehabilitation since 2008, when he began working as a clinical representative for Airline Chiropractic and Rehabilitation. As a chiropractic intern at Moody Health Center in 2009, he diagnosed, planned, and treated musculoskeletal disorders and provided patients with customized complimentary orthopedic rehabilitation, while working with primary care physicians to promote optimum patient health. As a result of his skill, he was placed in charge of rehabilitation and education for physical medicine treatment.

At the Center for Orthopedic Rehabilitative Exercise, OSI provides state-of-the-art rehabilitation, supervised by leading orthopedic surgeons with fellowship expertise in spine, upper extremity, total joint, and trauma. The rehabilitation center, provides the opportunity both pre operatively and post operatively to improve muscular endurance, strength, flexibility, and balance.

In an effort to avoid unnecessary surgery or to recover from it and focus on conservative treatment, the rehab center attempts every means possible to return patients to normal functioning after issues such as: trauma, aging, and prior surgery. The goal is to get patients back to enjoying life's activities, and OSI makes every effort to improve patient quality of life. Call us now to get on the road to recovery.

For more information about the Center for Orthopedic Rehabilitative Exercise, which may be just what you need to begin the road to recovery, call (210) 487-7463.

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