Embassy RehabIf your senior loved one has suffered an injury, serious fall or medical trauma, he or she may need to live in an inpatient rehabilitation center for some time.
Inpatient rehabilitation facilities offer the comforts of home in a residential setting. Your loved one doesn't have to travel to a clinic for appointments, and such centers provide around-the-clock supervision and treatment. Since progress is continuously monitored, your loved one stands a better chance of success in an inpatient treatment program.
For the best advice on whether an inpatient physical rehabilitation center might be right for your elderly parent or grandparent, consult with their physician. Usually, the following ailments are best treated in an inpatient rehab program:

  • Broken hip or fracture
  • Aneurysm
  • Joint injury or replacement
  • Neurological conditions
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Spinal arthritis
  • Stroke
  • Cancer or tumor
  • Brain injury
  • Nerve impingement
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Amputation
Inpatient physical rehabilitation centers strive to help your elderly parent or loved one return to his or her highest functional potential after suffering a life-changing event. At Embassy Healthcare, many of our facilities offer high-quality rehabilitation and therapy services, including physical, occupational and speech therapy.
Our experienced therapists work closely with patients and their caregivers to build customized rehabilitation programs tailored to your loved one's individual needs. All services and treatments are prescribed by a physician and implemented by licensed professionals and highly-trained staff.
For more information on Embassy Therapy and to schedule an appointment, visit one of the many Embassy Healthcare centers in Northeast Ohio – like Grande Oaks or Grande Pavilion. Or, contact our offices by calling 440-423-0381.