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Find a Stone trusted physical therapist

The Stone Clinic has given additional guidance to many physical therapists (PTs) around the world in the post-operative protocols required for our biologic and robotic joint replacement techniques.

The Stone Clinic Method includes: 

  • Whole person healing
  • Rehab protocols for biologic procedures
  • Rehab protocols for robotic-assisted joint replacement procedures 

If you are coming from out-of-town, find out if there is Stone trusted PT near you.

Or, if you would like to work with your own PT, we also offer a free online course in the Stone Clinic Method, should they be interested in taking advantage of that. 

Stone Clinic Method PT training

PTs - Apply to shadow our team of physical therapists

The Stone Clinic rehabilitation method has been carefully developed by our physical therapy team along with Dr. Stone.  These protocols focus on the specific approach to rehabilitate patients who have had biologic procedures (using donor tissue to rebuild a joint) and robotic-assisted surgery. 

We're offering an opportunity for physical therapists to come and learn The Stone Clinic Method.

If you're interested in shadowing, let us know using the form below. 

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