Medically debilitating conditions

Reunion Rehabilitation Hospitals offer specialized treatment for patients with complex medical conditions who need extensive rehabilitation because of a chronic or acute medically- debilitating condition.

How inpatient rehabilitation can help

For patients experiencing myopathies or deconditioning related to chronic and acute conditions including diabetes, arthritis, and autoimmune diseases, inpatient rehabilitation can help address:

  • Joint flexibility

  • Muscle strength and tone

  • Heart and lung function

  • General endurance

  • Pain

  • Limited movement

  • Bowel and bladder control

With special training in the assessment and treatment of patients with a variety of chronic and acute medically-debilitating conditions, our interdisciplinary teams work together every day to create results-focused, individualized treatment programs that incorporate therapeutic disciplines and best practices.

Reunion’s medically-debilitating conditions services use a combination of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy techniques—as well as diet counseling, medication management, and exercise recommendations—to get you back to community life with as much independence as possible.

Creating a plan of care for medically debilitating conditions

Every patient has unique physical, cognitive, psychological, social, and work-related levels of functioning. That’s why we never take a one-size-fits-all approach: We design individual plans of care for every patient, tailored to their needs.

Our rehabilitation team will incorporate a combination of therapies, such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Other advanced treatment techniques may include virtual reality, technology, and specialized equipment to improve a patient's functioning, mobility, and independence.

Through these techniques, patients may restore the skills and abilities they need to perform everyday tasks such as:

  • Bathing

  • Dressing

  • Eating

  • Speaking


What to expect

Before your transition to Reunion, we work directly with acute-care discharge planners to streamline your admissions process.

When you arrive, we’ll map out your treatment based on your unique needs, while accounting for your age, severity of impairments, and chronic health conditions. We’ll work with you and your support system every day to meet recovery goals and achieve long-lasting outcomes.

What to Expect

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