Rehabilitation Services

Christian Healthcare Center provides inpatient and outpatient therapy services via a partnership with Infinity Rehab. Our therapists work to help individuals restore lost movement and function by assisting with basic mobility and balance, pain relief, strength restoration, and exercise.

Let’s say you have hip or knee surgery scheduled soon at PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center in Bellingham. Once you’re discharged, doctors will prescribe a regimen of physical therapy to help you strengthen your joints and get you back to normal.

A couple of weeks of focused inpatient therapy care can help speed up the healing process while also easing the burden on family members, who won’t have to drive you to appointments, help you with personal care or fix your meals. Nursing professionals are available 24 hours a day at CHCC, meaning you are never without assistance.

Our private rehab rooms — each with its own private bathroom — are located in a separate wing of our Lynden healthcare facility, with its own entrance.

Occupational, speech, and physical therapy services provide individuals with the ability to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle. CHCC is pleased to offer onsite therapy, combined with professional restorative nursing.

Therapy services, provided in a rehab-based environment, are available to patients 6 days per week. From brief interventions and restorative services to intensive daily multidisciplinary care, our health care team and therapy pros have designed treatments for those recovering from illness, stroke, fractures, surgeries and more.

  • Physical therapists work to restore lost movement and function and help with: basic mobility and balance, relief from pain, restoring strength and lost movement as well as exercise treatment plans.
  • Occupational therapists correct or help compensate for problems with Activities of Daily Living (ADL) such as: mobility needed for daily living, muscle strength and joint range of motion necessary for personal care, logical thought processes for movement and activity planning, sensation, vision, meal preparations and other household tasks.
  • Speech language pathologists help  with communication disorders that may include: language ability and cognitive retraining, alternative communication strategies and swallowing challenges.