Luxury Care Suites Designed To Speed Surgical Recovery
At our Vadnais Heights specialty center, you’ll find outpatient surgical services supported by care suites designed for comfort and safe, rapid recovery.
Successful surgical outcomes require a dedicated team of surgical specialists—and post-surgical support designed to get you back on your feet safely, quickly, and comfortably. At our new Vadnais Heights surgery center, our post-surgical care suites—incorporating our Secure Tracks physical therapy system—are designed to deliver rehabilitative care that exceeds your expectations.
When you receive an outpatient surgical procedure at our surgery center, your recovery support is waiting just a few steps from the surgical suite. Our care suites provide a recovery experience designed to maximize your outcome and your comfort. Through the suites, patient rehabilitation is delivered via an accelerated therapy procedure that is the first to be installed at any facility in the Midwest. Our physical therapy system incorporates evidence-based techniques to safely maximize surgical outcomes. Therapists with focused orthopedic training help patients to reclaim mobility quickly and safely.
We know that the support of family and friends is a critical part of successful recovery, and our care suites are designed to surround you with the support you need. While recovering in our spacious suites, patients and their families enjoy catered meals, accommodations designed to welcome visitors, and an onsite concierge to assist with patient and family needs. A stunning photography collection of famous mountain summits graces the suites, providing inspiration to our patients as they move through the recovery process.
Our specialized and beautiful care suites are one more example of Summit Orthopedics’ commitment to providing you and your family with comprehensive quality care.
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