Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center Exposes Healthcare as It Is Meant to Be

Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center Exposes Healthcare as It Is Meant to Be

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Rehabilitation facility numbers continue to rise thanks to an aging population.

Melbourne, FL, United States of America – April 2, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Due in large part to an aging population, IBISWorld predicts the number of establishments dedicated to physical therapy will reach 123,351 by 2016, as reported by Inc.com. “When one finds they need to choose a Rehabilitation Center for a loved one, however, determining which center best meets the needs of the individual might not be easy, even with this many facilities to choose from, as one wants the best care for their friend or family member,” Jason Canlas of Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center points out.

Many turn to Melbourne Rehabilitation Center when in need of physical therapy or rehabilitation as the center focuses on restoring the quality of life of the patient, rather than concentrating solely on their rehabilitation needs. Staff members work to anticipate the needs of each patient and treat any concerns as if they were concerns of the staff member. “No two patients are alike and employees remember this at all time. To ensure the personal touch, family members give their input during the development of the care plan, and the facility considers both the physical and emotional needs of the patient,” Canlas continues.

Rehabilitation results need to be measured to ensure positive outcomes, with the goal always being transition back into the home. As Canlas explains, the center doesn’t send a patient on their way, expecting them to go it alone, figuring out how to continue making progess without assistance. Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center stays with the patient through this transition, offering outpatient services while providing the same level of care as one received while an inpatient.

To fully meet the needs of patients, Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center offers amenities such as a movie theater on the grounds, resort style rooms, upscale common areas, and Cafe Bistro. Cutting edge therapy facilities help those in need of pulmonary therapy, stroke rehabilitation, wound care services, aquatic rehab, and more. From HUR machine and a technogym to private consultation rooms, Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center exemplifies everything health care is supposed to be.

“No one wants to send their loved one to a rehabilitation center, yet often this is the best option to ensure the patient returns to his or her normal life in the shortest time conceivable. When one must make this hard choice, Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center is here to help. We treat each patient as if they were our mother, father, brother, sister or child as everyone deserves only the best,” Canlas declares.

About Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center:
Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center offers consumers dedicated rehabilitation services and comprehensive care, striving to be the provider one chooses when in need of rehabilitative and health care services within the community. Quality and compassion remain the top priorities of the facility as staff members believe they are called to care for the disabled and the elderly. Operating within a customer focused delivery system, the facility understands the need to achieve optimal results while taking the patient’s individual needs into consideration, identifying and serving these needs compassionately.

For more information about us, please visit http://melbourneterracerehab.com

Contact Info:
Name: Jason Canlas
Email: jcanlas@melbourneterracerehab.com
Phone: 321-725-3990
Organization: Melbourne Terrace Rehabilitation Center

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