Outpatient Rehabilitation

You have a choice.

The faster you receive rehabilitation treatment, and the more intense the therapy, the better your outcome.

The Outpatient Rehabilitation Department serves adult individuals of all ages in the Ann Arbor and surrounding communities, Glacier Hills’ residents and residents returning home upon discharge from The Care & Rehabilitation Center.

The Outpatient Rehabilitation Department, as an integral part of our highly acclaimed Glacier Hills campus, provides outpatient services including physical, speech, and occupational and aquatic therapies. The Outpatient Rehabilitation Department program offers intensive, comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary rehabilitation, and our full range of therapy services provide our patients the specialized treatment they need throughout their entire rehab process.

Our rehab program and process is individualized to our patients therapy needs, and together our expect team and their physician work in collaboration to develop a treatment plan. Our patient’s treatment plan includes a full range of therapy services provided by skilled clinicians, and board-certified physical therapists, speech language pathologist and occupational therapists whose priority is to strive and achieve positive outcomes for each and every patient in our rehab program.

Our patient’s success is our success.

Conditions Treated

The Outpatient Rehabilitation Department treats patients with arthritis, lupus and fibromyalgia, and those recovering from cardiac surgery, orthopedic surgical procedure including fractures and total joint replacement, neck and back injuries, and sprains, tendonitis, sports injuries and joint disorders. Neurological impairments treated include amputations, cerebral aneurysm, CVA (stroke), Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and spinal cord injury.

Benefits of Treatment

Our rehab program is designed to help our patients regain optional function through strengthening, mobility training and education.

  • Improve strength, flexibility, coordination, balance and endurance
    to participate in daily activities
  • Maximize functional ability to perform daily activities
  • Reduce and/or relieve pain
  • Introduce range of motion and strength building exercises
  • Improve carry-over of learned techniques and compensation
    through patient and family education


The Outpatient Rehabilitation Department accepts coverage from most major insurance companies, but therapy coverage depends on individual insurance benefits.

Insurance accepted by Glacier Hills Outpatient

Come see for yourself why our expert team is known for going the “extra mile”

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