Rehabilitation Services Conditions

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury

As an injury that is commonly found in those who participate in high intensity sports like basketball, football and soccer, an anterior cruciate ligament injury (ACL) affects roughly 250,000 people


Arthritis is painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints. It is estimated that approximately 50 million Americans suffer from arthritis.


Lymphedema is a condition in which a part of the body, most often the arms or legs, is severely swollen due to an accumulation of protein and fluid in the affected area.


Osteoporosis is a silent, progressive disease characterized by decreased bone density and increased bone fragility—leading to high susceptibility to fractures. Anyone can develop osteoporosis.


More than 700,000 Americans will suffer a stroke—or “brain attack”—this year. Of this number, 200,000 will be recurrent strokes. A stroke can injure the brain like a heart attack can injure the heart. A stroke occurs when an area of the brain doesn't get the blood it needs.