Short Term Rehabilitation in Lynbrook, NY
Following an injury, illness, or surgery, it’s important that you receive the best possible care, so you can go back to doing what you love. That’s why we work with your physician to develop a personalized program of rehabilitation to ensure that you have the capabilities and confidence to maintain your independence and regain your health.
We offer an unprecedented level of care and comfort, and our multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, and therapists provide a full spectrum of cutting edge therapies, many of which are provided up to seven days a week.
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- Physical Therapy (7 days)
- Neurological Rehabilitation (7 days)
- Orthopedic Rehabilitation (7 days)
- Occupational Therapy (7 days)
- Speech Therapy
- Enteral Nutrition Support
- Sensory Stimulation
- Art Therapy
- Self-Care Training
- Discharge planning
Our goal-oriented approach is to get you back home to Lynbrook, NY leading the life you love, as quickly as possible.
Call 516-536-7730 to schedule a tour or request more information today!
“Nowhere will you find people as friendly and personable as the staff of The Grand Pavilion. They make you feel right at home.” – Beverly B.
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Lynbrook is a village in Nassau County, New York, USA. The population was 19,427 at the 2010 census. The area currently known as Lynbrook had other names, including Rechquaakie (originally), Near Rockaway, Parson’s Corners, and Bloomfield. It was later named Pearsall’s Corners, after Mr. Pearsall’s General Store because this store became a famous stage coach stop for travelers coming from New York City to Long Island. Alternately, it was called “Five Corners” because the stage coach stop was at the crossing of Hempstead Avenue, Merrick Road, and Broadway. It became known as Lynbrook in 1894 and the village was incorporated in 1911.
Resources for Seniors and their Families:
- Changes to Make in Your Life After a Heart Attack
- Nassau County Office for the Aging
- Older Person’s Guide to Joint Replacement