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Spotlight on: National Arthritis Month

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Did you know that arthritis affects 53 million adults in the US alone? With more than 1 in 5 Americans suffering from arthritis, it’s the nation’s most common cause of disability.

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Smiling Through Your Joint Replacement Recovery

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The hips are the foundation for our bodies, working with our cores to stabilize our bodies and control the movements that power us forward day after day. So what happens when you have to undergo a hip repair or joint replacement?

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Safe and Effective Bariatric Rehabilitation

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The compassionate staff at The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing understand that the decision to undergo bariatric treatment is not made easily. Our staff is here to help you make powerful changes in your life.

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Playing Brain Games for Mental Health

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Brain games are a great way to take care of your mind and promote mental wellbeing, possibly even delaying or preventing the onset of medical conditions. However, when necessary, The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing is proud to provide mental health services to every American.

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Amputee Therapy & Training Program

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Losing a limb is a traumatic and difficult experience. The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing is dedicated to providing a calming environment where healing can truly take place. Our carefully designed facilities feature caring skilled professionals who offer a full range of specialized programs for amputees.

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Stroke Recovery Therapy

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Recovering from a stroke is a lifelong process that typically begins with formal rehabilitation. The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing aims to restore independence by improving physical, mental and emotional functions for our guests.

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Spotlight on: Minority Health Awareness!

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Did you know that April is National Minority Health Awareness Month? The Center for Disease Control’s theme this year is Prevention is Power: Taking Action for Health Equity! and The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing is supporting their efforts.

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Visiting a Loved One at The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing

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We know it’s not always easy to visit a loved one. With busy schedules, young kids, limited car space, and resources, it can be a challenge getting your family mobilized. At The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing, we understand the stress and logistics of visiting loved ones can be overwhelming, which is why we operate a dedicated medical shuttle service and transportation van program.

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Nutrition Healthcare for Kidney Health

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Medical nutritional therapy is an integral part of The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing holistic approach to serving guests suffering from kidney disease and kidney failure. Food is a powerful weapon and the right diet can transform lives.

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Coping with Your Emotions Following Kidney Disease Diagnosis

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While many patients are comfortable telling healthcare practitioners their physical concerns such as tiredness, most are less comfortable opening up about their thoughts and feelings. However, caring for your mental health is just as important as caring for your physical health. Our staff is trained to work with guests to provide a support network.

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Keep Your Kidneys Moving!

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Kidneys play a vital role in your body, maintaining fluid levels and regulating waste removal. Exercising will help boost the health of your renal system and is a great way to help protect yourself from disease, or improve the function of your kidneys.

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Recreational Therapy and Kidney Health

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We all know that a successful physical exercise program can play a major role as part of a successful recovery program. Exercise has countless positive benefits for you which is why The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing takes recreational therapy seriously.

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On-Site Dialysis Treatment at The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing

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Dialysis is a treatment that carries out the work usually done by healthy kidneys. It is needed when your own kidneys can no longer take care of your body's needs. Our state of the art dialysis program has been designed to treat guests swiftly and comfortably, getting you back on your feet faster.

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Healthful Meals: Garlic Mashed Potatoes

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If you or a loved one is suffering from kidney disease, changing your family’s diet can help protect your kidneys and prevent or control other diseases, such as diabetes. Most people who have kidney disease need to limit salt (sodium), fluids, and protein. Some also have to limit potassium and phosphorus.

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Spotlight on: Kidney Health!

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March doesn’t just mean March Madness and college basketball fever. It is also National Kidney Month, when the CDC encourages all Americans to think about and take care of their own personal detoxifiers – the kidneys!

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Easy On the Go Workouts for Healthy Hearts

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When you have to get the kids to school, get to work, work overtime, then get home, make dinner, and put the kids to bed you’re exhausted. Where do people find the time to exercise for 30 minutes a day?

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Occupational Therapy for Heart Disease

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Unfortunately, those who suffer from heart failure often find that their capabilities are changed by the disease as it progresses. Fortunately, occupational therapists are able to help individuals regain their independence.

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Nutrition Therapy for a Healthy Heart

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With this month’s spotlight on heart health, The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing is raising awareness about our successful Medical Nutrition Therapy service.

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Healthful Meals: Heart Healthy Italian Pasta

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From the level of salt in our food, to the type and amount of fat, diet plays an integral part of maintaining a healthy heart. A majority of our weight is determined by what and how much we eat, which is why diet plays such an important part in the prevention and treatment of heart disease. Extra weight forces the heart to work harder, increasing blood pressure that is also raised by an accompanying buildup of cholesterol in the arteries.

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A Healthy Heart Begins With The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing

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With this month’s spotlight on heart health, The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing is raising awareness about our successful Cardiac Therapy service. Find our experts at The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Chittenango, The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Pawling,The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Queens, and The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Rome.

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Spotlight on: Heart Health!

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February is American Heart Month and we our committed to helping all of our guests with a live longer, healthy lives. Our comprehensive programs are designed by specialists to help you stay in control of your heart health. With specialized diet, exercise, and education, The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing is here for you.

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Celebrating the Holidays at The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Rome

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We hope you have recovered from the holiday season and enjoyed your time celebrating the season. Now that the New Year is well underway, it’s time to look back over the good times. As we were going through the photos from our holiday party at The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Rome, it struck us how special these times really are.

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New Year’s Resolutions at The Grand

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Welcoming in another New Year means welcoming in another set of New Year’s resolutions! This time of year is full of hope and promise for the future. Did you know that every January, around 30% of Americans make resolutions to make changes in their lives for the better? Of course, it can be hard to keep up the good intentions and enthusiasm for your resolutions, but that doesn’t mean you should give up trying.

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Take Time to Celebrate!

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Did you know that November is National Family Caregivers Month? It is just another reason to celebrate this party season! With over 40 million Americans providing care for parents, loved ones, or clients, this is a time to celebrate.

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