Short Term Rehabilitation

Short term rehabilitation from multi-disciplinary professionals

Following a life-altering injury or illness, Aperion Care provides an encouraging, home-like environment to facilitate your recovery. Our multi-disciplinary teams of therapists, nurses, and social services professionals work collaboratively with your attending physician to develop a comprehensive and personalized care plan to help you heal and to make you feel right at home–until you can return to your own home.

SEE CARE TYPES

Short-Term & Post-Hospital Rehabilitation Offered at Aperion Care:

Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy
Aperion Therapists work to address every aspect of your rehabilitation. From walking strong to speaking clearly, our teams can help you rebuild your strength, your skills, and your confidence.

shortterm-newOrthopedic/Joint Replacement Program
Following a joint replacement, the Aperion Care team will develop a plan to restore your range of motion and mobility. Our goal is to improve your confidence and reduce and manage your pain so that you can successfully return to your daily life.

Cardiac Rehab
Guests who have experienced a cardiac event require a delicate balance of medication, diet, and lifestyle adjustments. Aperion Caregivers can help you manage your condition and its side effects while working with you to help restore your heart to healthy functioning.

Post-Stroke Rehab
Aperion Caregivers can help you regain and refine skills, movement coordination, and speech lost due to stroke. We can help you relearn how to perform daily tasks, compensate for permanent losses incurred from brain injury, and regain your confidence.

Pain Management
We understand that pain can delay and interrupt the progress of rehabilitation. We strive to make guests as comfortable as possible, through medication and other pain management techniques, to help guests participate in and benefit from therapy. We also provide guests with the information and resources they need to successfully manage temporary, long-term, or chronic pain once they return home.