Rehabilitation

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Comprehensive Rehabilitation Program/Transitional Care

Are you or a family member looking to regain your independence after an illness or injury? Lakeside Beikirch Care Center’s rehabilitation program may be the perfect choice to help you return to your optimum level of function. Rehabilitation means reshaping lives and restoring lost abilities after an illness or injury. It means treating the whole person—physically, emotionally, and socially. Let us help you on your road to recovery.

We work with an in-house therapy team from RehabCare, a leading provider of physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy in 47 states. The RehabCare team provides individualized and goal-oriented rehabilitation programs that achieve the highest clinical outcomes. Working with them, our mission is to help you or your family member return to a better quality of life.

At Lakeside Beikirch Care Center, we are fully equipped to offer a variety of rehabilitation services. Our facility is able to offer subacute rehabilitation programs in partnership with our clinical staff, caregivers, and social workers for an interdisciplinary team approach to your care. Call us for a personal tour of our rehabilitation center at 585.395.6052.

Lakeside Rehabilitation has all the “conveniences of home,” including private and semiprivate rooms, TV, Wi-Fi, lift chair, telephone, and a training kitchen and bathroom so that an individual may regain the highest possible recovery and independence.

Common reasons for rehabilitation:

From physical therapy to strengthen muscles and improve balance to occupational therapy for increased independence with self-care and home management skills, you’ll find the support you or your loved one needs. Rehabilitation is often suited for:

  • Joint replacement
  • Hip fractures
  • Stroke
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Loss of mobility or walking ability, coordination, balance
  • Difficulty in everyday activities
  • Difficulty swallowing or speech and language problems
  • Deconditioning after a hospital stay

Questions? Need more information? We’re here to help. Call AnnMarie Houseman, our Admissions Coordinator at 585-395-6095 ext. 4420 or fill out the form below.

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