Making Strides at Souderton After Double Knee Replacement

After decades of athletic activities like running and a job that has him going up and down ladders and poles for a phone company, Frank Moran’s knees were worn out. He had bilateral knee replacement surgery in May 2014, and when he was ready for outpatient therapy he selected Good Shepherd Physical Therapy - Souderton.

“I chose Good Shepherd because the quality of therapy is a lot better than what I have heard about at other places and the location was convenient to my home,” says Frank. “The staff is great, and I have had nothing but a good experience. I would recommend Good Shepherd to anyone.”

Frank came to the Souderton outpatient site three times a week for physical therapy, which included strengthening and dexterity rehabilitation. “My range of motion is good, I am walking well and I continue to work on my leg and knee strength,” he notes.

Frank had several goals for his knee replacement rehabilitation – to return to work quickly and to get back to an active lifestyle with his children, ages 12 and 15, with whom he enjoys outdoor activities. His third goal was a little bit more unusual -- to mow his lawn by the end of the summer. “I am meeting all of my goals, thanks to the therapists at Souderton.”

Now Frank is back to climbing telephone poles and soon will be playing ball and hiking with his children. And his lawn should be in great shape, too!