Working with you to heal damage and reduce pain
If you are in chronic pain or suffering from an injury, we can help you get back to your favorite activities.
At Cape Cod Healthcare, you’ll find the highest quality of care for a wide range of orthopedic conditions. Here you have access to the top physicians, advanced technology and innovative treatment options you’d expect from an academic medical center but with the distinct advantages of a community hospital close to home.
When you choose us for orthopedic care, you benefit from:
- Our talented, board-certified orthopedic physicians, trained at the best medical centers in the country
- Skilled surgeons who specialize in foot and ankle, hand, shoulder, knee, elbow, hip, sports and adult reconstructive surgery
- Comprehensive, patient-centered care delivered by a team of compassionate physicians, nurses, therapists and other professionals specifically trained in orthopedics
- Our Total Joint Center at Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital, offering the latest in joint replacement technology, pre-op education, treatment and follow-up care
- Convenient locations for outpatient treatment and rehabilitation
For post-surgical care and rehabilitation, Cape Cod Healthcare offers in-patient therapies at the JML Care Center in Falmouth. This 132-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility is located on the Falmouth Hospital campus.
JML provides on-site therapeutic services in orthopedics, cardiology, pulmonary, stroke and complex medical care with clinicians who work with your physician to attain your best possible outcome – and get you back to your life.
You also have the option to rehab at home with the Visiting Nurse Association of Cape Cod homecare services.
Our quality of care
Blue Cross Blue Shield, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and other national organizations for high-quality orthopedic care and consistently excellent patient outcomes.
Living with joint pain? Get help from our Total Joint Center experts.
When to see an orthopedic doctor
Sometimes it's hard to know when to see an orthopedic doctor. These signs will guide you to call us:
- If you are having difficulty performing everyday activities such as climbing stairs or walking the dog.
- If you suffer from chronic pain, pain lasting more than 12 weeks.
- If your range of motion is limited.
- If you experience instability while walking or standing - do you feel unstable standing up or sitting down, standing or walking.
- If you have experienced an injury that has not improved in 48 hours such as a sprained ankle or twisted knee.
Expert care for:
- Hips and knees
- Feet and ankles
- Hands, wrists and elbows
- Shoulders and more