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Des Plaines healthcare providers are going the extra mile to provide the best quality service. This northwest suburb is one of the best places to find someone to help fix whatever ails you at any stage of life. Offering several businesses dedicated to personalized rehabilitation, therapy and general well being, Des Plaines is a great place to go to get back on your feet.

ILLINOIS BONE AND JOINT INSTITUTE
The Illinois Bone and Joint Institute is no newcomer to the healthcare scene in Northern Illinois. The Institute offers 17 locations in the Chicago area, with their newest addition in Des Plaines, which opened in January of 2009. “The new facility is designed to maximize doctor efficiency while providing the most convenient, comfortable atmosphere for our patients,” said David Wold, chief operating officer for the new location. “Our philosophy has always been to provide the best service and doctors who care.” Services run the gamut from physical and aquatic therapy to Pilates and throwing evaluations for baseball players.

WEIL FOOT AND ANKLE INSTITUTE
Another heavy hitter in the Des Plaines healthcare environment is the Weil Foot and Ankle Institute. Here, doctors are dedicated to prevention and treatment of pretty much every foot and ankle ailment in the book. From simple conditions like hammertoe, heel pain and bunions to serious issues such as diabetic feet and sports injuries, if you are standing on it, chances are they can help you treat it. Weil remains on the leading-edge of modern foot and ankle care, offering such new procedures as Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) and Bipolar Radiofrequency Therapy. The doctors at Weil are also dedicated to training the next wave of podiatrists and podiatric surgeons, making sure that they will be able to serve the Des Plaines community in the best possible way for years to come.

LEE MANOR NURSING AND REHABILITATION
One of the highlights of the Des Plaines healthcare setting is its devotion to elder care. Lee Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation leads the charge to provide senior citizens with top-of-the-line care in a wide variety of medical situations. Lee Manor opened its doors in Des Plaines in 1979 and has always been a family owned and operated business. According to a Lee Manor spokesperson, “We’re a family business. Because of that, we can really understand the needs and concerns of families when it comes to taking care of their older members.”

Indeed, Lee Manor strives to provide as much of a home-like care environment as possible in its facility. Emphasizing excellent care in a dignified manner, the nursing staff is one of the best in Des Plaines.

The main focus is on short-term rehabilitation. The staff starts with a basic rehab program designed by specialists. Then, each program is custom fitted to the particular needs of each patient. This course of action results in a unique treatment plan designed to produce the best possible results for that individual. Some areas where Lee Manor devotes attention are urology, colonology, orthopedics and neurology. The staff offers a wide variety of 24/7 nursing services and therapy every day. From stroke and spinal injury rehabilitation to wound care and speech therapy, there are few conditions that this facility cannot help to improve.

Lee Manor’s influence in Des Plaines extends beyond its doors. The Manor regularly sponsors events at different senior centers and invites the community to join the fun at various festivals it holds. This only contributes to the family centered environment that the faculty and staff at Lee Manor work every day and night to provide for their patients.

It’s good to know that there are those committed to providing only the very best in healthcare. The doctors and nurses in this Chicagoland hub are doing everything they can to make illness and injury more manageable. From creaking joints and physical therapy, to making the golden years shine just a bit more brightly, Des Plaines has a wide variety of dedicated healthcare professionals serving the community.

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