In spite of medical treatment, arthritis often progresses and causes patients to have more and more difficulty in their daily activities, such as bathing or dressing or difficulty with regular homemaking activities such as laundry or routine cleaning. Busy families may find it to be challenging to keep up with theses needs. These families can benefit from the assistance of a home care aide or homemaker.

When surgery is the chosen treatment, the person can expect to need physical and occupational therapy for many weeks once the surgery is completed. Regency's experienced therapists can work with patients to achieve goals of maximum recovery after surgery.