How to Choose a Short-Term Rehab Center After Surgery

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How to Choose a Short-Term Rehab Center After Surgery

How to Choose a Short-Term Rehab Center After Surgery

If your loved one is planning to have surgery, or is in the hospital for an injury, then it might be time to start considering a place for them to go for short-term rehab. So how does one go about picking the ideal rehab and physical therapy center? Find out from us at Rosewood Care Centers.

How to Choose a Short-Term Rehab Center After Surgery

The first tip is to go off of the center’s success rate. Because most centers have varying levels of experience, the best way is to figure out how well-recommended each provider you are considering is. Another question to ask is how many of their patients ended up back in the hospital?

Next up, check out how their Medicare rating is. There are many ways you can find out what a company’s rating is. Nursing Home Compare is a site that will give you a detailed result for every Medicare certified facility you want to consider.

Use location as another factor in determining what facility will work best for you or a loved one after surgery. While this may not be the first priority when selecting a care center, it is important that the location is convenient and close by to get to. Rosewood Care Centers offer twelve locations throughout Illinois and Greater St. Louis. Looking for a temporary care center near you? Check out our locations here.

Take a few minutes to use online resources and really do research before you select which rehab center you want to use for after surgery. The best way to find out is by taking a tour of the facility and seeing what they have to offer after you have conducted some research.

Visit our many care centers today like our Peoria, Edwardsville, or Alton locations. Let us help you or your loved one get back to full strength after surgery. We even offer at-home workouts for those who are ready to return home, but don’t feel comfortable exercising alone yet.