Is Medical Rehab Right for You?

As you plan for your recovery from an acute medical condition or hospitalization, it is important to consider the following:

  • Is someone available to help you at home 24/7 as you heal?
  • Will you be capable of daily activities such as dressing, cooking and bathing on your own?
  • Will you be strong enough to return to your regular lifestyle right away?

If there’s any concern about the mobility and strength required to accomplish these tasks after your hospital stay, short-term medical rehab is the right choice for you.

Medical Rehab at Shannondell

After an acute medical condition or hospitalization, patients are often too weak or not medically stable enough to return home.

For these reasons, a physician might recommend a short-term stay in a medical rehab facility to regain strength and ensure that vital medical needs are managed by specialized staff.

Rehab at Shannondell is a new, best-in-class rehab facility that excels at delivering rehabilitation for virtually any medical condition. Our staff of board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, physical, occupational and speech therapists develop a specialized plan of care with achievable goals for each patient — all provided in an attractive, inviting setting.

Short-term medical rehab is common for:

  • Fractures of the arms, legs, neck or back
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Stroke, CVA, TIA
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Pneumonia/bronchitis
  • Falls
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Subdural hematoma

Our goal is to help patients return to the lifestyle they enjoyed prior to hospitalization.

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“The dining at Rehab at Shannondell was phenomenal – both the quality of the food and the service”

– Kathy
Orthopaedic rehab resident