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Rehabilitation

Maximizing your abilities and enhancing your quality of life with physical, occupational, and speech therapy

Rehabilitation: Jump-Start Your Recovery

Our community deserves comprehensive care – both inside and outside the hospital. That’s why we are proud to offer physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy at multiple locations no matter where you are on your path to recovery after illness, surgery, or illness.

Lee Health’s licensed therapists love what they do: connecting with you, establishing trusting relationships, and making sure you meet your goals. Talk to a Lee Health rehab and sports medicine specialist today, and let us put the spring back in your step. 

Questions? Please email us at rehabservices@leehealth.org

Conditions & Treatment

Lee Health provides comprehensive rehabilitation services for adults and children. We invite you to read more about common conditions, treatments, and choices you have for top-quality care. 

  • Rehabilitation Locations

    Lee Health is proud to provide easy, convenient inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation locations to help you heal.

Our Services

Our services include physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. That means we can help with any rehabilitation need: post-operative orthopedic patients, balance and vestibular patients, cancer survivors, and anyone who is in pain.

We provide more specialty services than any other therapy practice in Lee County, and we feature all three therapy disciplines at most of our sites.

  • Audiology
  • Balance and vestibular rehabilitation
  • Brain injury treatment program
  • Cancer rehabilitation
  • Cardiac rehabilitation 
  • Concussion management
  • Driving safety evaluations
  • Gait analysis
  • Hand therapy
  • Hearing disorders
  • Lymphedema therapy
  • Multiple sclerosis rehabilitation
  • Occupational therapy
  • Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation
  • Pediatric occupational therapy
  • Pediatric speech therapy
  • Pelvic floor physical therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Pulmonary rehabilitation 
  • Speech therapy
  • Spinal cord injury rehabilitation
  • Sports therapy
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Swallowing therapy
  • Voice therapy
  • Wheelchair seating evaluations

Who We Are, What We Do

  • Your Rehabilitation Team

    Our dedicated team provides high quality, comprehensive rehabilitation services including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy for all ages.

Specialized Inpatient Care

Conveniently located inside Lee Memorial Hospital, the Rehabilitation Hospital is dedicated to rebuilding lives and renewing hope. If you need specialized rehabilitation after an injury, accident, or because of a congenital condition, this location is the next best step in your health journey. Click below to learn more.

The Next Step?

After a hospital stay, you may need extra attention in another care setting before you return home. Find out more about skilled nursing locations and home health options near you.

Need a Rehab Referral?

Find a primary care doctor or pediatrician who can help you and your family figure out a rehabilitation plan and find a location. Patients need a referral before therapy can begin. If you already have a referral, please call 239-343-1999 to schedule.

More than 200,000 patients are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease every year. It’s a disease that affects a patient’s quality of life, including issues that patients might be too embarrassed to bring up to their doctor. Kristin Parisi, a physical therapist with Lee Health, says it’s important for patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease to know they are not alone. “Everybody thinks of physicality as far as movement getting out of a chair, being able to balance, but the inside of our body is slow to move as well when we have this type of problem. The gut and motility and the GI tract often slow down just like our muscles and our joints slow down as we age and then as we have this Parkinson’s disease.” And that can eventually cause patients to have urinary and bowel dysfunction. “The urinary dysfunction, it’s not so much of a slowing as the GI tract is, but it’s more along the lines of limited mobility and some people are having some trouble on getting to the bathroom in time,” said Parisi. It’s a problem that can happen early on in Parkinson’s disease. “The sooner that people address it, the more they will be able to have control over it and find ways to manage it,” she said. Physical therapists can work with patients on how to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles, modify their diet and control their fluid intake. But getting patients to discuss the problem can be a little more challenging. “I think it’s a combination of it being a personal subject and then also people think it’s just part of the process. We’re getting older, we have this disease, let’s just deal with it, when really it’s something that can be managed,” said Parisi. If left unaddressed, it can greatly impact a patient’s quality of life, so don’t delay treatment.

Rehabilitation Blog Articles

Find out more about therapy options and other wellness tips from our highly trained experts.