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Our rehabilitation programs help people regain or improve abilities they may have lost following an illness or injury.

We offer in-hospital rehabilitation for patients who are staying with us, and outpatient rehabilitation for people who can travel to the hospital for their rehabilitation session. The types of rehabilitation we offer are:


  • Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit
    Intensive, short-term rehabilitation in-hospital.
  • Geriatric Assessment and Rehabilitation
    Individualized rehabilitation for frail seniors who also have another condition, such as depression, delirium or risk of falls.
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
    Rehabilitation with the goal of helping stroke survivors regain their independence


Ajax Pickering Rehabilitation Services

Short-term Inpatient Rehabilitation: High-intensity general rehabilitation services for inpatients following injury or illness such as hip fractures, joint replacements, stroke and weakness or frailty resulting from surgical and medical conditions.

Outpatient Rehabilitation: A Hand Therapy program; and a Physiotherapy rehabilitation program for; hip and knee replacements, amputations, complex fractures and acute soft tissue injuries.

Contact information

Outpatient rehabilitation:  905-683-2320 ext. 11213

Inpatient rehabilitation: 905-683-2320 ext. 13230



  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
    Exercise programs, education classes, counselling and support for people who had a heart attack or who are at risk.
  • Hand Therapy Clinic
    Therapy to help people who have injured their hand, had hand surgery, or suffer from severe arthritis.
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
    Individual and group physiotherapy sessions to for people who have had hip or knee replacements, neck, back or shoulder injuries or soft tissue injuries.
  • Neurological Rehabilitation
    Assessment, therapy and education to help people who have suffered a stroke, brain injury or other neurological event to regain as much independence as possible.
  • Respiratory Rehabilitation
    An eight-week program to help people with lung disease improve their quality of life.

Physiatry Clinics

  • Stroke Follow-up Clinic
    Regular check-ups for people who are working on their functional rehabilitation following a recent stroke.
  • EMG (Electromyography) Clinic
    Diagnostics for problems in muscles and nerves using a medical device called an electromyograph.
  • Spasticity Management Clinic
    Treatments to improve quality of life for people with involuntary muscle spasms.