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COVID-19 (coronavirus) Update for Our Patients

We are prepared and taking the appropriate measures as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the protection and safety of our patients and staff.

Important:
  • If you’ve traveled overseas, you must stay home for 14 days after returning from travel, monitor your health, and practice social distancing.
  • Anyone that is sick with a fever, cough, or has trouble breathing should call their primary care physician before coming into our clinic.

Welcome to Grayslake Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy & Wellness in Grayslake, IL

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Our Clients Are Saying...
  • Highly Recommend Grayslake Rehab! Robin and Sheila helped me recover and rehab from hip surgery for 6+ months. The time I spent with the therapists and at the clinic was nothing but the best!...

    Alicia H.

  • The staff at Grayslake Rehab are very welcoming. It's so refreshing to come into the office and be greeted warmly be either of the Karens...

    Amy

  • Friendly place to heal. My physical therapist was very friendly and knew just how much therapy was needed for each session...

    Joe M.

  • Best therapy, like family...

    Deanna B.

  • I’m always recommending this place to others. Everyone here is so professional, welcoming and friendly. I have been coming here on and off now for over 10 years for multiple health issues...

    Sara P.

  • I highly recommend Grayslake Rehab..they are professional and welcoming! Robin is extremely knowledgeable and experienced! She will listen to your concerns and direct therapy to help cure your injury! You will receive quality therapy! 5 stars!...

    Susie F.

    Grayslake Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy & Wellness understands how the body works and how to get you moving again.

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    Our Medical Fitness Center is the place for you!

    Providing seamless integration of Physical Therapy Services, Wellness and Fitness Programs to provide preventative and Rehabilitation care to our community.

    As we age, we often lose flexibility, strength, and balance, which makes staying fit after 50 challenging, even for the most determined Baby Boomers.

    Working with a physical therapist, can help you address these challenges, maintain fitness, and avoid injury. While helping you achieve your fitness goals, physical therapists take an individual approach and consider any pre-existing conditions or diseases that you may have to tailor a plan that is specific to your unique needs.

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