Recover mobility. Restore language and swallowing function. Build strength and endurance for day-to-day activities.
Following an accident, illness or procedure, you can benefit from quality, customized rehabilitation with one-on-one care. Healing takes time, but you can improve your chances of recovery by embracing a personalized rehabilitation plan of care. Rehabilitation services provide you with direction on your road back to better health. The sooner you begin, the better your results.
Experiencing an injury or illness is frustrating, but rehab can improve your comfort level and overall quality of life. We will help you when things feel difficult, providing you with the right therapy care to meet your needs and help you heal. At North
Shore Medical Center, expert physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech language pathologists will support and guide you every step of the way.
After surgery or treatment, some patients simply aren’t ready or strong enough to return to everyday life. Inpatient rehab requires that the patient stay in the hospital, where a team of professionals will work them to get them ready for a
Our team includes a variety of rehabilitation professionals, including physical therapists, speech pathologists and respiratory therapists.
Whether a patient has experienced a stroke, accident, illness or other condition that has caused a loss of function, North Shore's Rehabilitation Therapy can help.
Rehabilitation brings Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology to inpatients and outpatients. We serve a wide range of patients with age-specific services, providing customized quality rehabilitative care using up-to-date techniques and technology. We work for effective therapeutic results while supporting patients in an atmosphere of caring and concern.
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