Good Shepherd Outpatient Rehabilitation—Cedarpointe to Hold Open House and Health Fair on February 292/13/2008
Community Welcome for Free Health Screenings and Refreshments
February 13, 2008
Allentown, PA—Good Shepherd Outpatient Rehabilitation will host an open house and health fair from 4-7 p.m. on Friday, February 29, at the CedarPointe Corporate Center, 1651 N. Cedar Crest Blvd., Suite 100, in South Whitehall Township. The open house is free and open to the public.
Members of the community will be able to meet Good Shepherd's physicians and therapists, as well as tour the new facility. The free health fair will include balance, neck and back pain screenings, as well as a stroke risk assessment, bone density scanning and chair massage.
Complimentary food and beverages will be served and prizes will be available.
Good Shepherd Outpatient Rehabilitation--CedarPointe offers a wide range of services, including physical, occupational, speech, aquatic and pediatric therapies, as well as vestibular and industrial rehabilitation.
For more information on the open house or the services provided at Good Shepherd Outpatient Rehabilitation--CedarPointe, please call 484-788-0700.
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, based in Allentown, Pennsylvania, is a nationally recognized rehabilitation leader, offering a continuum of care for people with physical and cognitive disabilities and specializing in assistive and rehabilitation technology. More than 36,000 people come to Good Shepherd each year for specialized programs in stroke, orthopedics, brain injury, spinal cord injury, pediatrics, amputation and more. Good Shepherd provides rehabilitation services in 7 eastern Pennsylvania counties. Good Shepherd operates 14 outpatient sites, 4 inpatient sites, a long-term acute care hospital, 2 long-term care homes for people with severe disabilities, an independent living facility, a Work Services division that provides employment training and job placement and a lifestyle products store called Rehability. Good Shepherd was founded in 1908 when The Rev. John and Estella Raker invited a disabled orphan named Viola into their Allentown, Pennsylvania, home. Good Shepherd is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. For more information, visit www.goodshepherdrehab.org