Rehabilitation Therapy

What is rehabilitation therapy?

Become stronger with help from inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation therapy. This service is an essential part of your recovery from an accident, illness or hospitalization.

Our rehabilitation therapy team can help you if you’ve experienced:

  • A fall or unsteadiness
  • Increased weakness
  • Difficulty walking or completing tasks in your home
  • New pain
  • Increased fatigue or tiredness with simple activities

Choose the Good Samaritan Society to receive expert, compassionate support during your recovery. We’re right by your side every step of the way.

What is rehabilitation therapy?

Types of rehabilitation therapy

You can trust the Good Samaritan Society for your rehabilitation therapy needs. When you’re facing physical challenges, we’ll help you heal faster so you can get back to living.

Our specialized therapies include:

  • Occupational therapy, which assists people in achieving independence in self-care, eating and meal preparation
  • Physical therapy, which helps people gain strength and improve balance, endurance and mobility
  • Speech therapy, which helps people regain cognitive and communication skills and the ability to swallow
Female physical therapist assisting a senior female stand up

Therapy with you in mind

Our customized inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation services can support you before or after surgery and with any other goals you have. We provide care and services to people of all ages.

If you choose rehab therapy at a Good Samaritan Society location, it can be provided on an inpatient or outpatient basis. We can also provide rehab therapy in your home.

Our interdisciplinary approach means positive outcomes for people in need of:

  • Orthopedic rehabilitation
  • Pain management
  • Post-cardiac recovery
  • Stroke recovery
  • Wound care

You may need one or more types of rehabilitation therapy depending on your goals and the level of your physical limitations. You’ll work with your physician to determine which treatment is right for you.

GSS Inpatient Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation Therapy FAQ

Rehabilitation therapy helps you recover after an accident, illness or hospitalization. You may need one or more types of rehabilitation therapy depending on your goals and the level of your physical limitations. You’ll work with your physician to determine which treatment is right for you. Learn more about the three types of rehabilitation therapy below.

  • What is the goal of rehabilitation therapy?

    The goal of rehab therapy is to help you regain lost function – or learn compensation tactics specific to your needs – so you can return to everyday life as safely as possible.

  • Will Medicare or other health insurance pay for my therapy?

    According to, Medicare Part A covers medically necessary care you get in an inpatient rehabilitation center. Medicare Part B covers doctors’ services you get while you’re there. Learn more about Medicare coverage for rehab therapy.

    Most insurance plans will cover medically necessary rehabilitation therapy services that are provided by a licensed therapist. It’s important to call your insurance company to find out what your plan will cover.

  • What types of rehabilitation therapy does the Good Samaritan Society offer?

    We provide speech, physical and occupational therapies, but can include other specialties like aquatic therapy, joint pain therapy, oncology therapy and more.

  • Do I need a referral to receive rehab therapy?

    Yes. Contact your medical provider to get a referral. Our rehab therapy team will then provide an initial evaluation to help you set goals.

  • Can physical therapy help my arthritis?

    Yes. Various exercises and stretching techniques can help reduce the chronic pain of arthritis. It’s often part of a multidisciplinary approach that includes medicines, hot and cold treatments and other therapies.

    Learn more about rehab therapy.

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