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Can Learning Another Language Benefit Stroke Survivors?

By |January 27th, 2016|Awareness, Patient Care|

How many languages can you speak? At last count, more than ¼ of all adults living in America could speak at least two and that, according to India’s top researchers, puts them in a very

Spinal Cord Injury Centers Adopt a Beneficial, Broad Approach

By |January 25th, 2016|Awareness, Patient Care|

  In the past, spinal cord injuries were looked at as neurological problems and nothing more. Consequently, people just assumed that reversing the damage via invasive methods would solve everything. Nowadays, healthcare experts know to

Advancements in Ventilator Weaning Move Subacute Centers Patients’ Forward

By |January 22nd, 2016|Ventilator Patient Care|

Ventilator weaning was a huge key point that was discussed this year by the national medical community, mainly ways to improve the outcomes. The journal, Spinal Cord, as well as HospiMedica and guest speakers at

How Recreation Therapy Can Help You

By |January 8th, 2016|Patient Care|

Occupational therapy helps an individual perform daily activities while physical therapy focuses on larger motor activities. While occupational and physical therapy is great when recovering from an injury, but for some, therapy goes beyond just

Are you Considering a Skilled Nursing Facility

By |January 5th, 2016|Patient Care|

If you are in need of a nursing facility, It does not matter if you will need temporary rehabilitation services or if you will be a long-term resident, there are several reasons why you would

Fox Subacute Top 5 Christmas Movies (and why we love them)

By |December 25th, 2015|Patient Care|

Here at Fox Subacute we love watching movies, so for the holiday we decided to post the top 5 Christmas movies of all time. If you cannot decide what to watch today, take a look at

What We Will Do: A Caring Rehabilitation Center

By |December 17th, 2015|Patient Care|

No one can plan for MS (multiple sclerosis) or ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). When we look into our future, we don't see the kind of loss of function that so many degenerative neurological and neuromuscular

3 Ways Occupational Therapy Can Benefit You

By |December 15th, 2015|Awareness|

One of the main goals of occupational therapy is to help patients to recover the ability to accomplish everyday tasks. This can help patients recover their sense of independence, which is an important part of

Physical Therapy: Important to Help You Or Your Loved Ones

By |December 10th, 2015|Patient Care|

When someone you love has sustained an injury or suffers from a degenerative disease, physical therapy can be a useful tool. It focuses on building up strength, which is helpful because it's not only good

Spinal Cord Injury Treatment Center: Herniated Disc

By |December 8th, 2015|Awareness|

A spinal disc herniation, commonly referred to as a "slipped disc", occurs when the outer ring of fibrous tissue of a spinal disc tears and the inner softer tissue bulges out. Causes The most common