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Beebe moves expanded rehab center to Rehoboth Beach

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Beebe Physical Rehabilitation Services has opened a new physical rehabilitation center at Lighthouse Plaza in Rehoboth Beach, which formerly housed QVC.

The office moved from its previous location at the Bookhammer Outpatient Center on Rt. 24. The new address is 19324 Lighthouse Plaza Blvd. in Rehoboth Beach, directly off Route 1 near Giant Food.

This new location will offer a breadth of physical rehabilitation services, including physical and therapy, and speech language pathology. It will also offer unique sub-services, such as lymphedema management, dry needling, cupping, vestibular therapy, and newly offered pediatric physical therapy.

Speaking at the ribbon cutting ceremony last week, Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long expressed her support of Beebe’s new and expanded Physical Rehabilitation Center, calling out the need for this service in caring for the aging demographics of the area.

Patient Michelle Schaffner also shared words about her positive experience with members of Beebe’s rehab team following a total knee replacement.

“Our new Lighthouse Plaza Physical Rehabilitation Center allows us to provide state of the art Physical Rehabilitation Services to our patients,” said Dr. Joe DeRanieri, executive director of Beebe Healthcare’s Orthopaedic Service Line, Physical Rehabilitation Program and Integrative Health.

“This includes physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech language pathology. In addition to the physical expansion, we have also introduced pediatric physical therapy services to the scope of services being provided. We are now uniquely positioned to provide physical therapy to everyone in the family.”

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