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CURRENT PATIENTS

We realize that the prospect of a medical procedure can be intimidating, so we want to provide you with all of the information and resources you need to feel confident and relaxed. Whether you're preparing for surgery or recovering from a recent procedure, we invite you to take advantage of this information to address your concerns, answer your questions, and speed your recovery.

BEFORE YOUR PROCEDURE

We'll do everything we can to make preparing for your procedure as easy and straightforward as possible. Before your scheduled surgery date, Dr. Jackson will provide you with detailed information about:

  • Tests that need to be completed before the procedure. We recommend that you complete any required tests 7-10 days before your surgery date.
  • How long before the procedure you will need to stop eating and drinking. For most procedures, we ask that you refrain from eating for at least 24 hours before the procedure.
  • Which medications you should discontinue before the procedure.
  • Approximately how long the procedure will take.

Also, please remember that you will need to make arrangements for someone to drive you home after your procedure has been completed.

DURING YOUR PROCEDURE

Click here for a list of common procedures with links to more information about what you can expect.

AFTER YOUR PROCEDURE

Dr. Jackson will work with you to develop a plan for returning to full health as quickly as possible. Depending on your procedure, you will have access to the following resources to speed your recovery:

  • A list of smart recovery tips
  • Total joint classes designed to help you care for and rehabilitate affected joints quickly
  • Physical therapy options
  • A schedule for follow-up visits
CALL 801.224.5373 to make an appointment with Dr. Robert Jackson, Dr. Scott Jackson, or Dr. Richard Jackson.

QUESTIONS?

Click Here to find answers to some of the most common questions we receive from new patients.