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When do I need subacute rehabilitation?

When do I need subacute rehabilitation?

After a significant illness or injury, patients will endure rehabilitation to improve their overall health and well-being. But rehab isn’t presented in only one mold. There are a variety of levels, including subacute (or SAR) rehabilitation. Subacute is typically a...
5 Questions to Ask A Skilled Nursing Facility

5 Questions to Ask A Skilled Nursing Facility

Choosing a skilled nursing facility can come with a lot of questions. Which ones will tell you the most about the skilled nursing home you are considering for your loved one? We’ve outlined 5 essential questions to help in your search finding one that suits you or...
How Your Heart Changes with Age

How Your Heart Changes with Age

Source: National Institute on Aging People age 65 and older are much more likely than younger people to suffer a heart attack, to have a stroke, or to develop coronary heart disease(commonly called heart disease) and heart failure. Heart disease is also a major cause...
Fatigue in Older Adults

Fatigue in Older Adults

Earlier this year, we posted an insightful breakdown from the National Institute on Aging about fatigue in older adults. Over the past year, many of us have struggled to summon the energy to get through our days. Such lack of energy can be concerning, but it could be...
4 Things to Know for Your Nursing Interview

4 Things to Know for Your Nursing Interview

According to recent reporting by the American Nurses Association, the U.S. may soon need to confront a nursing shortage—and these concerns existed even before the crush of the enduring COVID-19 pandemic. The ANA notes that, by 2022, there will be far more registered...
Why Outpatient Therapy May Be Right For You

Why Outpatient Therapy May Be Right For You

Following a statewide pause amid rising winter COVID-19 rates, elective surgeries are beginning again inside Western New York medical centers. This also signals the return of post-surgery rehabilitation for those in need. Depending on the procedure, inpatient rehab...
Reasons for Caregiver Burnout—and how we can help

Reasons for Caregiver Burnout—and how we can help

When a family member takes on the role of caregiver for a loved one, it’s done with the best intentions. We all want to take care of the ones who so selflessly took care of us. However, it’s not always that easy. Depending on the circumstances or limitations of the...