Good Samaritan Hospital offers a comprehensive set of multidisciplinary rehabilitation services for patients in recovery from cardiac, pulmonary, neurological, or orthopedic incidents.
Good Samaritan Hospital (GSH) provides multidisciplinary rehabilitation services. GSH physicians, therapists, and assistants work together to create an individualized recovery plan with the goal of getting patients back to their previous level of functioning.
Rehabilitation is a branch of medicine that restores function to patients affected by physical disability from injury, cardiopulmonary disease, stroke, and other causes. It emphasizes a combination of exercise, physical modalities, manual therapy techniques, and functional training.
Common conditions that are treated in rehabilitation include:
Content Updated: December 4, 2014