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COVID-19 Rehabilitation

Are you or a loved one experiencing the side effects of COVID-19? Research shows – and we see it proven daily – the sooner you begin vigorous rehabilitation, the better your outcome will be. COVID-19 is no different.

We developed the ReCOVery℠ Program for:
• patients who beat COVID-19 but are experiencing challenges from their illness and prolonged         hospitalization. Inpatient rehabilitation can help.
• patients who can fight symptoms at home with the assistance of outpatient services.

Our comprehensive program includes new respiratory techniques and protocols that help those battling this beast of a virus.

Inpatient RehabilitationDon Force therapy in ReCOVery Unit
Mary Free Bed’s multi-faceted ReCOVery℠ Program is specifically designed for COVID-19 rehabilitation. A designated team of physicians and therapists, in collaboration with pulmonary physicians and researchers, have developed new respiratory therapy techniques that are effective during and after hospitalization.

Rehabilitation is provided by a specially trained team:
• Board-certified rehabilitation physicians
• Physical and occupational therapists
• Speech-language pathologists
• Respiratory therapists
• Pain specialists
• Psychologists
• Nutritionists

If you need intensive rehabilitation but still test positive for COVID-19, we have a dedicated unit at our main campus in Grand Rapids. Team members focus on:
• Cognition
• Deconditioning
• Respiratory function
• Stroke
• Other conditions associated with the virus

Patients see board-certified rehabilitation physicians daily and receive a minimum of three hours of customized daily therapy at least five days a week. Respiratory therapists are available 24/7, and psychological services also are offered.

Ask for a referral or call us directly: 616.840.8790.

Outpatient rehabilitation
If you’re able to recuperate at home from COVID-19 but are dealing with significant symptoms, Mary Free Bed’s ReCOVery℠ Program may be just what you need. Whether COVID-19 is a primary or secondary diagnosis, you can receive outpatient services as clinically appropriate.

The new pulmonary therapy techniques mentioned above are available if you’re staying home to fight the virus but struggle with shortness of breath. Rehabilitation is provided by a specially trained team of physicians, therapists, psychologists and nutritionists.

We provide in-person rehabilitation services at nearly 50 locations across Michigan and anywhere through our Virtual Services program. Therapy is available for both adults and children.

For more information, call 616.840.8005 or 800.668.6001.