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April 24, 2019
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Mr. Y was referred to OT/PT for subacute rehab on 3/6/2019 due to undergoing elective posterior THR after removing fixation hardware from 8/14/18 fracture last year. Upon Rehab evaluation to SAR, Mr. Y was able to ambulate using RW up to 10 feet minimal assist WBAT L LE with complains of L hip pain and

November 15, 2017
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We at Chestnut hill nursing and rehabilitation are proud to announce that we have opened a 10-bed post acute care unit with private suites for our short stay residents. Our bed capacity has increased from 101 skilled beds to 111 allowing us to take on more residents and help your loved ones recover. We are

June 28, 2014
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With the constant pressure to earn a decent living, many people are forced to spend long hours at the workplace leaving minimal time to attend to family members. This means that those with disabilities or elderly who are incapable of independent living end up isolated and lonely. This is where assisted living has thrived as

June 16, 2014
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The physical effects of the aging process usually begin to be noticed at about age 40. We all want to find any way we can to slow down the aging process, even though it cannot be stopped. Here are a few tips to help you stop or slow some of the effects of getting older.

June 16, 2014
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Aging is something that many people are not sure how to take. By reading this article, you will learn tips on how you can age gracefully and naturally. In fact, you’ll see that you can control the aging process, and even slow down the signs of aging. One method for handling age gracefully is to