Short-term Rehab

Paving the Road to Recovery: The Witherell’s Discharge Team

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When a patient enters the Witherell’s top rated, state-of-the-art short-term rehabilitation facility, our discharge planning team is already at work. This forward-thinking team knows that although discharge may be weeks away, the most important way to ensure recovery and prevent rehospitalization is to have a plan in place from the outset. “We actually begin the…

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The Nathaniel Witherell Receives Five-Star Rating

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When searching for excellent skilled nursing and short-term rehab, positive ratings from trusted resources are critical tools in selecting care. That’s why the news is so important that The Nathaniel Witherell (TNW) has received a coveted 5-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Additionally, The Witherell was previously named a “Top…

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Falls Prevention: Important Tips for Reducing Risk

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Did you know that every 11 seconds, an elderly person is treated in an emergency room for a fall? And, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, falls are the number one cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in seniors. From broken bones to traumatic brain injury, falls can have long lasting…

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The Nathaniel Witherell Hailed as “High Performing” by U.S. News & World Report!

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Well, we’ve done it again! The Witherell’s Short-Term Rehabilitation unit has earned a “High Performing” Short-Term Rehabilitation ranking from U.S. News & World Report for the second year in a row since the rating was first launched in 2018-19. With the release of the 2020-21 rankings, The Witherell once again claims a top spot for…

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Weight Training: A Workout That Works for Seniors

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We’ve heard about the importance of exercise for adults and children. But what about the elderly? Studies show that cardiovascular exercise and weight training can help prevent disease, improve cognitive function, reduce fall risk, and boost social interaction for seniors, too. What’s the best way to get started? We consulted Ailinh Tu, Rehabilitation Manager at…

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