Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Phone

1-800-354-7342

Location

355 East Erie
Chicago, IL 60611
United States

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Our doctors, therapists and scientists are top experts. Our state-of-the-art facility brings together these experts with the most advanced medical research and technology to give you superior care and the greatest chance for your best outcome.

One of the most wide-spread conditions is helping those recovering from back surgery. Specifically, our interdisciplinary rehabilitation services benefit patients who had open back operations (such as laminectomy, fusion or reconstruction) for spinal stenosis, scoliosis, and spinal tumors.

AbilityLab's approach for targeting, goal-setting, and planning the care for both inpatients and outpatients is to help individuals resume functional independence and active lifestyles within the shortest reasonable time. The rehabilitation exercises and the continuum of self-management training are utilized by patients of all ages. 

Work-Related Injuries

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Employees injured on the job engage in these programs as well. Supportive services for industrial patients include occupational rehabilitation, work conditioning/work hardening and vocational rehabilitation.  If you've been injured on the job, you should also visit our Workers' Compensation page to see how our specialized program can help.

Medical Director, Motion Analysis Center

Luciano Dias, MD

1-800-354-7342

Attending Physician

Monica E. Rho, MD

1-800-354-7342

Our Patients

We treat orthopedic inpatients/outpatients, including those with sports injuries, impairment following back surgery and work-related orthopedic injuries.

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