Los Angeles Jewish Health Rehabilitation
Our Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists work together as a team and coordinate with nursing and social work teams to get you better fast.
Our state-of-the-art facilities make Los Angeles Jewish Health the ideal partner on the path to recovery. Los Angeles Jewish Health has expert medical and rehabilitative staff dedicated to providing high-quality Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy with specialized personal care. Our team assesses your needs, listens to your concerns, and designs a customized care-plan specific to you and your goals. We will help you successfully transition back to daily life and return home after an illness, injury, medical procedure, or hospital stay.
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We provide rehabilitation treatments for a wide range of ailments, from post-surgical care and neurological injuries to speech correction and arthritis. The average length of a rehabilitation stay is two-six weeks, although, in some cases, a stay up to 90 days is possible in our semiprivate or private rooms – all with window views of the outdoors. Patients have full access to all clinical support services of Los Angeles Jewish Health, provided by teams specialized in geriatric care. An interdisciplinary team coordinates multiple specialties to develop and implement treatment plans on an ongoing basis.
Treating Rehabilitation Conditions:
Physical Therapy (PT)
Physical therapy helps patients gain independence by restoring strength, function, and mobility.
A physical therapist will evaluate a patient's strength, range of motion, endurance, balance, and ability to perform functional mobility (such as getting into and out of bed, transferring to standing, and walking). Recommendations are made for any durable medical equipment that a patient may need to be safe at home (cane, walker, crutches, etc.) and for follow-up therapy services.
Occupational Therapy (OT)
Occupational therapists treat ill, injured, or disabled patients through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. OTs may assess how a person performs daily tasks such as grooming, bathing, dressing, and toileting. They look at fine motor coordination, functional strength, balance, cognition, and vision. They provide corrective techniques to improve performance in these activities and might suggest home modifications or adaptive equipment to increase performance and safety.
Speech Therapy (ST)
Our Speech Therapists specialize in speech, communication, and swallowing disorders. These disorders include voice disorders, vocal cord dysfunction, aphasia, cognitive impairments, memory difficulties, swallowing disorders (dysphagia), dementia or aging effects. Many of these disorders can affect daily life and optimal functioning.
Our Services Include but are not limited to:
Our Rehabilitation Facilities
Our state-of-the-art facilities are what makes Los Angeles Jewish Health your partner on the path to recovery. We offer short-term post-acute facilities, Special Care Alzheimer’s/Dementia Unit, outpatient clinics and a short-term psychiatric hospital wing.
At Los Angeles Jewish Health, we take a team approach to recovery and wellness and direct all efforts toward promoting healing, building confidence, and restoring independence. Our Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapist work together and coordinate with your nursing and social work teams to get your needs met and get you better fast so you can get back to the things important to you!
Variety of Locations:
We offer quality care in a caring environment helping seniors transition successfully back to daily life:
- The average stay is 2-6 weeks, though stays of up to 90 days are possible. We accept most private insurances and Medicare.
- Full access to all clinical and support services of Los Angeles Jewish Health
- Teams specialized in geriatric care
- Semiprivate or Private rooms
- Every bed has a window view.
- An interdisciplinary team coordinates multiple specialties to develop and implement treatment plans on an ongoing basis.
We accept most insurances, including Medicare. For more detailed information about our Rehabilitation Services, please call Connections to Care at (855) 227-3745 or fill out the form below.