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Rehabilitation care team

The therapists at Beacon Rehabilitation Services are all specialists in their unique type of rehab therapy. And at Beacon, they all work together to give you a team dedicated to your health and recovery.

Occupational Therapists

Focused on developing & maintaining daily living skills so you can function better in your home, on the job or at school.

Physical Therapists

Our team includes specialists in orthopedics, sports injuries, neurology, concussion management, balance problems and pelvic floor disorders.

Speech Therapists

Treating speech, language, voice or swallowing disorders. Can also address central auditory issues, pediatric speech issues, and adult cognitive/memory impairments.

Hand Therapists

Physical or occupational therapists with advanced training in rehab for the hand, wrist, arm, elbow or shoulder.

Aquatic Therapists

Offering a wide range of recreational activities to aid in the recovery of motor function, reasoning & more.

Recreational Therapists

Physician-approved programs. Lifestyle classes, support groups & personal training. Three convenient locations.

Lymphedema Therapists

Physical therapists certified to care for those with swelling & pain caused by lymphedema.

Wound Therapists

Specializing in the care and treatment of long-healing wounds.

Respiratory Therapists

Specialists in pulmonary rehabilitation required by people with chronic lung disease.

Driver Rehab Specialists

Occupational therapists with certification to evaluate your ability to safely drive a car.

Board-Certified Neurologists

Doctors who specialize in neurological conditions including stroke and traumatic brain injury, and help oversee the care teams in our acute inpatient rehabilitation units and our day treatment program.

Board-Certified Physiatrists

Doctors who specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation, also known as PM&R. They are trained to treat people with a variety of orthopedic or neurological rehabilitation needs and provide both inpatient and outpatient care.

Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurses (CRRN)

Nurses who have extensive training in caring for patients in an acute inpatient rehabilitation setting.

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