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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.
- How to Choose an Inpatient Rehabilitation FacilityA severe injury, disease or condition can be life-changing. The quality of care you receive in the hospital and your choice of an inpatient rehabilitation program are crucial for your recovery. But how do you choose an inpatient rehabilitation facility at a moment like this? You and your family have just been through a life-changing crisis and you may find […]
- How Physical Therapy Can Help Sciatica & Lower Back PainAnyone who’s ever had sciatica knows how debilitating it can be. You may believe that crawling in bed and resting for a few days is the best treatment, but that can be counterproductive. One of the most effective ways to relieve your back and leg pain is physical therapy that includes gentle exercise, like stretching. A physical therapist can guide […]
- Golfing Without Pain & Preventing InjuriesFree golf medicine interactive event from Penn Sports Medicine and Penn Therapy & Fitness. Date/Time Wednesday, April 19 at 7:15 p.m. Location Penn Therapy & Fitness250 King of Prussia Road, Suite 100Radnor, PA 19087 Details Learn from our Titleist Performance Institute (TPI)Certified medical professionals. The event includes: Presenters For more information, please call 877-969-7342 or email [email protected].
- 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 […]
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