I've been going to physical therapy for about 3 months now. I started going to The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital in Murray, Utah for my knee rehab in early May. This was my first real injury so I went into this whole process pretty naive to the way things work and just assumed that the treatment I was getting was as good as it gets. I walked down the hall and saw all the signed posters from professional athletes and thought I was getting top notch care but I'm starting to question whether all orthopedic centers are equal.
1. Did you guys use an ultrasound machine?
2. How up-to-date on the latest research was your therapist?
Did you feel like the the treatment you got was specific to you or was
your therapy identical to other people regardless of age and goals (did
you have the same routine as the middle aged fat ass that's never skied
in his life)?
4. How closely did your therapist work with your surgeon? Did they communicate often?
for your answers. I'm getting frustrated with my progress and would
really appreciate any advice from anybody who has been through this
before. I'm about to say fuck TOSH and start going to the University