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Good Shepherd Penn Partners (GSPP) patients benefit from innovative rehabilitation for conditions ranging from simple to extremely complex. Whether you are recovering at one of our two inpatient rehabilitation facilities or 26 outpatient sites in the Philadelphia and New Jersey region, you’ll receive world-class care. Our unique partnership with Penn Medicine makes care convenient and gives patients access to an extraordinary range of services not available elsewhere in the region. GSPP clinical staff are not only experts in their fields, but they are guiding research today that will shape the future of rehabilitation.
- The Impact of Outpatient Therapy after StrokeAfter a stroke, patients can have a wide range of challenges, including paralysis on one or both sides of their body, abnormal posture, behavioral disorders, a reduced capacity or inability to communicate (aphasia), cognitive deficits, chronic pain, and/or depression. These symptoms may linger or even appear weeks after a stroke. Most patient being with inpatient therapy and then continue their […]
- Regaining Bladder Control After Spinal Cord InjuryIn the United States, there are nearly 18,000 new cases of spinal cord injury (SCI) each year, and roughly 250,000 patients living with SCI.  In addition to impairing motor functions like walking, sitting and standing, SCI can also cause problems with the nerves that control your organs and those that communicate sensation. Depending on the location of your injury, […]
- (VIDEO) Sophie Borrelli Regains Independence After Stroke with the Help of Penn Medicine RehabilitationOn July 15, 2022, the unthinkable happened: 18-year old Sophie Borrelli suffered a stroke. Care teams at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Penn Medicine Rehabilitation and Penn Therapy & Fitness worked together to help her recover.
- Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Adopts New NamePenn Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine is Now Penn Medicine Rehabilitation Since its founding in 2008, the Philadelphia-based Penn Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine (PIRM) has provided inpatient rehabilitation care to thousands of patients after serious injury or illness. On December 1, 2022, the inpatient unit of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania will have a new name – Penn Medicine […]
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