The secret to staying active in retirement

Advantage Rehab collaborates with its clients to set meaningful goals for their rehab programs

The services offered at Advantage Rehab can help seniors remain active and assist them in maintaining an independent lifestyle.

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At what age did you think you would have to consider needing rehab services?

Seniors now are continuing to be active in sports and recreation well beyond retirement age, and are remaining active well into their 80s and 90s.

Rehabilitation to help with injury, fractures, post-op recuperation, or other medical issues is our specialty for the Advantage Rehab (http://www.advantage-rehab.com) staff.

We collaborate with our clients and set meaningful, functional goals for their rehab programs. We also offer private aqua therapy sessions for post-injury rehab.

Our staff are experienced in bariatric care and rehab. Our occupational therapists will help you find the right equipment, aids and adaptations for your home to help you enjoy an independent lifestyle.

Advantage Rehabilitation professional staff are members of the respective college and professional associations and are certified and participate in ongoing education to advance their skills in our practice.

Our goal for all of our clients is to achieve optimal rehab function to assisting return to their active lifestyle. We consult with our clients to help them learn more about their condition and physical health.

Our team of physiotherapists, occupational therapist and rehab assistants work one on one with our clients.

We bill directly to Medical Services Plan, Pacific Blue Cross, Medavie Blue Cross, ICBC and WorkSafeBC. Treatment services are covered by most Extended Health Benefit plans.

We are a local business offering rehab services to you in your home. If transportation, medical issues, and mobility problems are barriers to you accessing physiotherapy and occupational therapist services, contact us.

We provide same-day service six days weekly and we provide in-home eldercare service. We are available when and where you are.

Call today for more info or click here for online appointments: http://www.advantage-rehab.com/appointments-or-referrals/

 

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