Midtown Center For Health and Rehabilitation

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We are here with another Wealthy Commercial! We are very excited about our new place in the Healthcare and Rehab Industry. Wealthy Commercials Inc. loved working with the patients and staff at the Midtown Center for Health and Rehabilitation. We’re proud to present our commercial for the center, and share the amazing work that they do! Midtown Center offers short-term and long-term rehabilitation programs for the community and continues to provide the most compassionate care possible to their residents. They offer an amazing facility, caring staff, and are making the Healthcare and Rehabilitation Industry great again!

Learn how the N.C. Rehabilitation Center for the Blind, in Raleigh, can help you be independent, perform daily tasks on your own, and learn job skills.

Drug Rehab Utah | (866) 886-3677 | Top Rehabilitation Centers UT

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http://www.ourmasterscamp.org *Located in Tennessee *Serving all 50 States *Insurance Not Taken – Attention Utah Residents:
If you or your loved one is struggling with an addiction, then sadly you know all too well the devastation it brings… and the worst part is that the family suffers just as much as the addict.   
Sometimes it feels like you will never get past this and that the pain will last forever. 
  But we believe that the word of God is the truth, and it says in Psalm 147:3 that “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” 
Our Master’s Camp is a recovery center located in Tennessee.  Because it sits privately on 100 beautiful acres of lush terrains, it is the perfect place to experience freedom and hope. 
We have certified addiction counselors, who also believe in Christ, who can help you learn to harness His healing power in your life.  Experience freedom and a life full of hope. 
Utah residents can give us a call toll free at (866) 886-3677 or visit us at OurMastersCamp.org to learn more.

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Aurora Rehabilitation Services: Mary Love

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Aurora Rehabilitation Services:  Mary Love

Meet Mary Love, physical therapist at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, who discusses how inpatient therapy helps patients return home with confidence and hope.

Aurora Rehabilitation Services is a leader in providing patient centered care, patient advocacy, and developing expert therapists. At all levels of care, experts from many disciplines are brought together to help patients return to their optimal level of function. A community forms around each patient — with each Aurora caregiver dedicated to restoring hope, confidence and joy to the individual’s life.

For more information about our services, visit our website at http://www.aurorahealthcare.org/services/rehab/

Orthopedic Rehabilitation: Shoulder therapy exercises

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Palmetto Health-USC Orthopedic Center occupational therapist Eileen Abel reviews shoulder therapy rehab exercises that can be done at home.

Exercises include:
Pendulum exercises, shoulder shrugs, posterior capsule stretch, extended forward press, forward press, abduction bent arm, forward flexion, rotation with the arm at 90 degrees, side to side, internal and external rotation, internal rotation behind back, internal rotation, external rotation, 45 degree raise, external rotation against the wall and external rotation against the table.
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The clinicians at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital Pediatric Unit provide compassionate and comprehensive rehabilitation and care to children up to the age of 21. The inpatient unit is the only CARF-accredited pediatric rehabilitation facility in Eastern Pennsylvania and only one of two in the state. Learn more – GoodShepherdPediatrics.org
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Awareness Center of Humanity – Homelessness Rehabilitation Center

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Awareness Center of Humanity - Homelessness Rehabilitation Center

(Global issue – Homelessness)
A problem such as homelessness has been increase by years and it has became a major issue of every advanced country for more than a century. The gap between the rich and the poor has becoming more obvious due to the unbalance government economic policy and the lack of working opportunities. Besides the advanced country, a development country such as Malaysia has also been facing the issue of homelessness for a long period but the local government have not taken a effective action to resolve the problems.

(Concept – Relativity)
The concept of relativity is inspired by the hidden character of homeless. Some of the people get into homeless because of financial problem, and some might because of mental illness, drug addicted, alchohol addicted & etc. It simply mean that everyone of us has the posibility to get into homeless while we faced either one of the problems above, the “homelessness posibility” has became an hidden character of a normal person. It is the transformation of contrast and boundary blurring.

(Design expressive element – Ant nest)
The “Ant nest” has been selected to become the expressive element that apply in my design process development because it shown the strong characteristic of constrasting between the exterior and interior & the blurring boundary and strong interaction of the interior space.

(The Awareness Center of Humanity)
“Awareness center of humanity”, a five-star homeless center which is not about providing a luxury living environment but it is about the provided five-star counselling services. In order to help a homelessness is not about feeding them, but created a better living quality and working oportunities for them to gained the society respect. The interior of the awareness center are trying to bringing the exterior world into a building to create the familiarity to the homelessness to help them on the counselling progress. We concern on the functionality wise on the design form more than decorative element. Most of the construction materials are selected to be naturals texture materials, recycled materials & low maintenance materials as the main concern.

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