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Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation Services

Lima Memorial Rehabilitation helps improve the lives of patients with a variety of physical needs. Our trained and certified rehabilitation professionals, including licensed physical therapists, licensed speech therapists and other qualified staff members and aides, specialize in multiple service areas. 

Inpatient Rehabilitation Center

Lima Memorial’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Center offers acute rehabilitation for individuals who need intense therapy after a hospital admission to ensure a safe return home. This includes individuals who have experienced a stroke, head or spinal cord injuries, or other neurological conditions; recent amputation from trauma or illness; orthopaedic injury or condition; or other debilitating illness. Patients with multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barre syndrome and Parkinson's disease following a hospital admission may also benefit from the services offered through our Inpatient Rehabilitation Center.

We are with our patients every step of the way during their recovery. From our supportive and interdisciplinary care approach to our patient rooms and state-of-the-art therapy gymnasium, our center is designed with our patients’ success and independence in mind.

Speech and Audiology

The Speech and Audiology Department deals with issues around speech and hearing disorders. This includes testing, evaluation and therapy programs designed to improve the speech and hearing abilities of patients of all ages. This would relate to issues such as tinnitus, hearing aids, hearing tests, and other assessments and therapies to evaluate and treat hearing loss.

Physical and Occupational Therapy

Physical therapy helps improve range of motion and physical abilities for patients, while occupational therapy offers programs to help patients relearn the functions of daily life and regain the skills needed for everyday living and on the job. Both are outpatient programs designed to help you regain quality of life.

Pediatric Rehabilitation

Lima Memorial’s pediatric rehabilitation professionals understand every child’s clinical needs are different. Our occupational, physical and speech-language therapists work closely with you, your family and your physicians to treat a wide range of pediatric conditions.

Focusing on specialized treatment plans dedicated to infants, children and teens with rehabilitative needs, our team works collectively to provide customized rehabilitation plans to address a wide range of symptoms and diagnoses, including but not limited to:

  • Autism
  • Neurological disorders
  • Orthopaedic conditions
  • Genetic disorders
  • Speech and language disorders

Through many partnerships with community groups, such as the Children’s Developmental Center (CDC), Allen County Board of Developmental Disabilities (ACBDD) and Heir Force, we are committed to improving the health of our pediatric community.

The Wellness Center

Lima Memorial Rehabilitation works with the Wellness Center at the Lima YMCA. This partnership provides further access to physical, occupational and aquatic therapies, along with athletic training and concussion management. We offer a wide range of programs for people of all ages and physical needs to help them return to work and daily activities.

 To learn more, call Rehabilitation at 419-226-5045.

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of physical therapy can Lima Memorial provide?

Lima Memorial Rehabilitation helps improve the lives of patients with a variety of physical needs. Our trained and certified rehabilitation professionals, including licensed physical therapists, licensed speech therapists and other qualified staff members and aides, specialize in multiple service areas.

What’s the difference between physical and occupational therapy?

Physical therapy helps improve range of motion and physical abilities for patients, while occupational therapy offers programs to help patients relearn the functions of daily life and regain the skills needed for everyday living and on the job.

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