Rehabilitation and Outpatient Therapy at Good Shepherd Marshall
Your partners in skills development
At Good Shepherd Marshall, patients, their families and the outpatient therapy staff are partners in skill development during the rehabilitation process. Our focus is to accomplish certain treatment goals set by the patient and his or her therapist rather than focusing on the patient’s disability. Our staff includes licensed therapists and therapy assistants with the skills necessary to address a variety of medical, surgical and neurological conditions and/or injuries.
After a stroke or some other activity-limiting event occurs, simple things you took for granted may be suddenly beyond your abilities. Buttoning a shirt. Tying your shoes. Even more basic skills – walking, speaking, swallowing – may be impaired. When the immediate crisis is over, the doctors, nurses and therapists of the inpatient rehabilitation unit at Good Shepherd Medical Center Marshall can help you recover close to home. The rehabilitation professionals are dedicated to helping you get past the hurdles and maximize your recovery so you can get back to your life at home.
Some of the illnesses or events that may require inpatient rehabilitation include:
Neurological disorders (multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, muscular dystrophy, etc.)
Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis
The Good Shepherd Medical Center Marshall inpatient rehabilitation unit implements a team approach to offer:
Physical, occupational, speech and nutrition therapies
24-hour rehabilitation nursing care
A medical director who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation
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For more information about rehab and outpatient therapy at Marshall, please call 903.927.6640.
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