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General Debility

Whether you’ve suffered a serious injury or are living with a chronic illness, general debility affects your ability to complete simple daily tasks you need to do. Our debility rehabilitation can help you relearn or improve skills you may have lost due to muscle weakness and low endurance after a long period of injury or illness. 

When you have general debility, you are likely experiencing muscle loss from being confined to a bed or a chair for a long period of time. The quicker you enter rehabilitation therapy, the better chance you have of recovery. In fact, it has been shown that higher recovery rates are achieved when inpatient rehabilitation is begun sooner and with more time spent on therapy each day after an illness or injury.

There are many different types debility. Some of the most common reasons for general debility are related to:

  • Heart problems
  • Lung problems
  • Ongoing physical pain

It is important to treat any physical debility with inpatient therapy, because doing so can increase the chances of returning to a more normal life. Our care is designed to help you improve your abilities and return to a more normal life.

We design a program focused on the specific areas that will help you return to your normal daily activities, including improvements in:

STROKE REHABILITATION

Our inpatient rehabilitation program has been designed by experienced rehabilitation experts to specifically help your improvement in all of these areas. Our goal is to help you achieve the best recovery possible for your individual situation so that you can get back to a more normal daily routine as soon as possible. 

When you enter our inpatient rehab unit, your personalized plan will be designed to maximize your comfort and speed on your way to recovery. Your program will include:

  • Dedicated, experienced team of doctors, nurses and physical and occupational therapists
  • Dedicated physical rehabilitation unit
  • The latest in treatment technology
  • Programs to help you smoothly transition back home or to your next level of care
  • A multi-purpose lounge for you to enjoy throughout the day
  • Education and training for you and your loved ones

Therapy is given typically for a minimum of three hours each day, at least five days a week, depending on your condition. Therapy can take place in individual and group settings, and sessions are scheduled for various times throughout the day. 

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We encourage your loved ones to be part of your rehabilitation program, including coming in to offer encouragement and observe therapy sessions. With your permission, family members are also welcome to come by just to talk with staff and ask any questions they may have about your progress.

To find the nearest inpatient rehabilitation to you, search our facility locator.