Rehabilitation Services

Miracles in Rehab, Performed Daily

The after-effects of an injury or an illness can leave you unable to perform activities you used to perform on a daily basis. It’s a frustrating and difficult experience for anyone, but there is a way forward. Physical medicine and rehabilitation services are designed to help patients overcome or manage disabilities so that they can regain their independence and enjoy a higher quality of life. At Allied Services Integrated Health System, we offer a wide variety of rehabilitation services to treat numerous conditions.

Some of the conditions we treat through rehabilitation include:

  • Sports injuries
  • Scoliosis
  • Amputation
  • Speech and swallowing disorders
  • Gait disorders
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Gait disorders
  • Cancer
  • Vision disorders
  • Hand and wrist disorders
  • Lymphedema
  • Concussions
  • Pulmonary disease
  • Behavioral disorders

This is not an exhaustive list of all the conditions we treat. With both inpatient and outpatient facilities, Allied Services Integrated Health System is equipped to provide comprehensive rehabilitation care to our community.

Many rehabilitation services will require a referral. Contact us to learn more and start the referral process today.

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Inpatient rehab is required when patients require intensive (24-hour) therapy services and medical management. Inpatient rehabilitation is delivered in a specialized hospital that focuses on physical, occupational, and/or speech therapy. Care in this setting is coordinated by a doctor who specializes in rehabilitation medicine and nurses with specialized rehabilitation training. The inpatient rehab length of stay is about 10-14 days. After inpatient rehab, most patients return home often with outpatient rehab or home health services.

Outpatient Rehabilitation

Outpatient rehab is used for people who are living safely at home but require rehab therapy to help them live free of physical limitation or pain. Outpatient rehab is delivered at specialized centers, so people receiving this level of care are able to travel. In most instances people require physical therapy; however, others may require occupational therapy, speech therapy, or some combination of these different types of therapy. Usually, patients receive about 12-15 one-hour therapy sessions over the course of a four-week period. After Outpatient Rehab most people are discharged with no further services.

Patient Outcomes

At Allied Services, patient outcome metrics such as the average number of visits, pain reduction, reduced function limitation, and the likelihood of recommending Allied Services to others, are among the best in the United States:

  • 98% of our outpatient population reported that their overall rating of care received was either good or very good.
  • 99% of our outpatient population reported that they would recommend our services to others.
  • 98% of our outpatient population reported that they either had no pain or a decrease in their pain during their treatment.

Our outpatient rehabilitation facilities regularly outperform other outpatient rehabilitation providers nationwide. According to statistics compiled by the Press Ganey, Allied Services’ overall patient satisfaction score ranks in the top 10% of participating outpatient rehabilitation centers in the United States.​