Rehabilitation Therapy

Recovering from a serious injury, illness or surgery is never easy. It can limit your ability to eat, communicate, take care of yourself, even move about your home or community. That's why you may need rehabilitation services to help restore your independence and regain the quality of life you enjoy.

At Goshen Rehabilitation, you work one-on-one with highly trained rehabilitation specialists to build a plan that addresses your needs, abilities and goals. Your treatment program may include:
  • Physical therapy to get you moving in the right direction
  • Occupational therapy to help you regain your independence and return to the activities of everyday life
  • Speech-language therapy to rebuild communication functions and help with swallowing and eating difficulties

A rehabilitation road map designed specifically for you

We take care of you, not just a body part. That means we look beyond the injury, pain or condition that may limit your independence, communication or mobility to help you get the most out of life. We also work with you to learn how to lower your risk of injury or relapse and live your life to its fullest.

Resources

You need more than equipment when it comes to rehabilitation from surgery, trauma or injury. That's why we have highly trained, licensed rehabilitation experts who can design a program to get you back to enjoying the activities that mean the most to you.

Goshen Health News & Articles

  • Ready to ride again after back surgery

    05/30/2019

    An X-ray of Jim Marks’ spinal column told quite a story about a lifetime of activity. Tell-tale signs of arthritis and natural deterioration also explained the pain and the instability in his legs.
  • Not so fast: ‘Wait for Eight’ for baby’s first bath

    05/15/2019

    Does it matter how soon after birth a newborn is bathed? In fact, yes.

    Goshen Hospital’s Circle of Caring Birthplace holds off on the first bath for least eight hours, and with good reason: The delay results in both high breastfeeding rates and better temperature control for babies at the hospital.
  • Gaining more out of life by losing weight one step at a time

    04/29/2019

    A three- to four-year weight loss plan seems like a lifetime to some people. But that’s what it can take to lose 150 to 200 pounds on a non-surgery program managed by a doctor. Called medically managed weight loss, the program combines a calorie-controlled diet and exercise with accountability and support from weight loss experts.

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We can help

Find out how we can help get you on the road to recovery.

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