We provide sub-acute rehabilitation services
Sub-acute rehabilitation services offer an expert staff and state-of-the-art equipment for both short- and long-term stays. The department is open to Crane’s Mill residents and members of the general public.
Rehabilitation is an important piece of your healthcare puzzle
The Crane’s Mill sub-acute rehabilitation department provides residents and members of the outside community with the ability to complete their rehabilitation after an illness, joint replacement, hospital stay, or surgery.
The department’s focus is on the resident’s recovery, helping residents achieve long-term health and return to being as independent as possible.
Some of the services offered include:
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Conditioning programs
- Speech/Language/Swallowing therapy
- Cognitive therapy
- Wound care/Wound V.A.C.
- I.V. therapy
- Pain management
Outpatient rehabilitation services are offered
Crane’s Mill In Motion, our outpatient rehabilitation department, offers physical, occupational, and speech therapy to Crane’s Mill residents and members of the general public.
If you are coming back from an injury or illness, had a recent surgery, or need assistance with bladder management, your doctor may decide that outpatient rehabilitation services may help you heal, improve, and thrive.
Our Crane’s Mill In Motion rehabilitation director will perform a personalized assessment and help create a therapeutic plan that will meet your needs. The staff at Crane’s Mill In Motion has years of experience in helping people just like you get back to the things they love most—being active, staying healthy, and enjoying all the best things life has to offer.
Getting started is easy—call us at 973-276-7896 to schedule a consultation. We will contact your doctor, work with your insurance, and make sure you enjoy a simple and easy process.
Services offered and conditions treated:
- Physical, occupational, and speech therapy
- Sports-related issues
- Balance disorders
- Bladder management
- Neurological disorders, strokes, and Parkinson’s
- Personal training services available