Month: June 2016

Physical and occupational rehabilitation services are often ordered for patients following illness or injury resulting in a physical or cognitive disability. Patients who are strong candidates for home health care and rehabilitation during recovery from illness or injury can fully realize numerous benefits, outlined below. Comfort Receiving rehabilitation services in the comfort of your own… Read More »

When you’re admitted to a short-term rehabilitation property following a stroke or other injury or illness, multiple people will be in contact with you daily. Understanding the role of each person involved in your care can help you feel more at ease during your stay. Here, we’ll share the primary roles in a post acute… Read More »

Walking or hiking is a great, low-impact way to maintain your health and weight, tone your muscles, and keep your joints in good health. Walking can also be an integral element in your physical rehabilitation and occupational therapy plan following a stroke, injury, or other serious illness. Here, we’ll break down some of the best… Read More »

Chronic joint pain can result from stroke, injury, illness, or the effects of aging on the body. Unmanaged joint pain can pose a significant risk in that it can limit mobility, in turn causing a decrease in muscle mass, stiffness, weight gain, health decline, and even increased joint pain. The good news? Taking a few… Read More »