The Northwell Health Rehabilitation Network is dedicated to providing patients with results-oriented, comprehensive rehabilitation services. The team members serve as partners for patients, dedicated to a safe, healthy and rapid recovery.
Why choose us?
The experienced and knowledgeable staff of physiatrists, physical therapists, occupational therapists and other health professionals is chosen for their compassion, as well as for their skill. They are trained in the latest rehabilitation techniques and develop a customized treatment plan to speed up recovery, decrease pain and return patients to their daily activities. The rehabilitation staff provides patients with the education, support and motivation they need to move toward recovery. For patient convenience, the Northwell Health Rehabilitation Network offers easy-to-access rehabilitation centers throughout Long Island, Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island and Westchester. Each location features state-of-the-art technology that helps the staff evaluate and treat each injury as well as track patient progress.
The Northwell Health Rehabilitation Network is committed to educating and assisting the community.
Outpatient rehabilitation departments within the network have participated in Operation Walk USA, a humanitarian program that provides hip or knee replacement surgeries to people that do not qualify for government assistance programs and cannot afford surgery on their own. As part of a hip replacement for this program, services were donated by the inpatient rehabilitation units, as well as outpatient rehabilitation services.
Outpatient rehabilitation departments also participated in the SPARK! Challenge on November 2014, hosting students from Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) in order to introduce to technology that is used in the rehabilitation process.
In May 2014, the Northwell Health Rehabilitation Network participated in Stroke Awareness Month by joining the Northwell Health wide campaign “Think F.A.S.T”, designed to education the public about the signs and symptoms of stroke.
The Rehabilitation Network is involved in the Stepping On program, a fall and injury-prevention program. The program is free and focuses on simple and fun balance and strength training.