My Mom crack the upper femur bone on May 31st. The emergency room and surgeon gave only one option to do a partial hip replacement so we agreed not knowing anything about rehab or recovery. So Mom moved on after 4 days in the hospital to a nursing home that abused her so bad pressure wounds and never gave her physical therapy for the new hip. Now let me say I was at the nursing home 2 or 3 times a day going up the ranks to get her help but soon as I did that she received worse care. I took her to wound care because they said the wound on the right heal impeded her PT. The Wound Care Dr was shocked at the condition all her wounds had absessed and needed surgery. After surgery we had her moved to a long term hospital to heal the wounds. Oh I forget she also contracted MRSA and C-Diff at the first nursing home. So while in the long term hospital they did not keep her legs from crossing that resulted in her hip dislocation. I constantly told the hospital to keep her from crossing legs and keep the block between legs they did not follow my direction and she was even seeing PT in the hospital. They sent Mom to a third nursing home and this nursing home's PT discovered the dislocation and sent her to hospital 911. So the surgeon tried to do closed reduction twice and it did not work to pop hip back in socket. So she is back at nursing home with dislocated hip, MRSA, wounds that have to be dressed daily and they have to lay her on that hip to dress them and are only giving her tylenol. Now the Dr. at the hospital had her on morphine and so did the surgeon but for some reason the nursing home does not give her anything because she says she had not pain. I explain to them she has Alzheimer's and she says no to everything. Does anyone else have this kind of horrible care? Only 650mg of tylenol and she tells the nurse her hip hurts but nurse does not see it on her face so she does not give her any pain pills. They say they don't want the patient high or addicted.