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Hey #golf fans!  Join us and our friends at Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association for a truly unique four-man scramble at the Foss Park Golf Course. #ability 
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Check it out: RIC's Center for Pain Management has been named one of the best online resources for nurses and patients.   #pain  
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Needless to say, we love the song!  If anyone is interested in learning more about RIC's vision for the future (and see a live camera of how the new building is coming along!) check out our site at advancehumanability.org. 
 
Check out ICE WARRIORS, the PBS documentary of the 2014 USA Sled Hockey team! Grab your popcorn and watch for RIC Blackhawks Andy, Brody, and Kevin.
Meet the players and follow their journey to the Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi in ICE WARRIORS, premiering Monday, February 24 at 10/9C on PBS (check local listings).
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The RIC Bears, lead by Coach Mike Klonowski, and  assistant coaches Martha Smith and Kerra Divincenzo, finished 2 – 2 with wins over Omaha Midwest Rugby Rebels and Ohio Buckeye Blitz and loses to Minnesota Steelheads and Grand Rapids Thunder.  The Tournament was hosted at NEDSRA, located in Addison, IL. 
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We're very excited to show off the new #Ability  Institute!  Check out the break down of the Ability Labs and #Innovation Centers, and see how RIC is going to transform rehabilitation!
The unique design of the hospital is about creativity and inventing—processes, methods, experiences, even products that will affect real change in our patients and in their potential for full recovery. We are leveraging the design of our new building to fully express our vision, embracing an ...
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My name is Enrique Zamora and I hope to be there in the near future.
Looks inspiring just reading about it. If I had a million $$$ to spare I would donate it to this hospital in a heartbeat.
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Check out all the activities at this year's Caring for Kids Spring Break Camp.  We visit great sites all across the city and did everything from pottery throwing...to Lego building...to SCUBA diving!  
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This could be one of the worst places I have ever called. How can you please even consider places like this #1 when they can't even manage the phone system?



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OK, it's not QUITE Iron Man... But here's a great article on our friends at Ekso. We're proud to be one of their first partners in testing this potentially life-changing technology.
Ekso Bionics co-founder and CEO Nate Harding shares some key traits with Tony Stark. He is an ingenious engineer hoping to make the world a better place through the deployment of innovative exo-sui...
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Check out the life-changing work Dr. Harvey and his team are doing to increase motor skills in stroke patients with non-invasive brain stimulation.  Truly amazing!   #stroke     #innovation   
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RIC has some of the best nurses in the world...but you don't have to take our word for it.  We were the first rehabilitation hospital in the country to receive Magnet Recognition for excellence in nursing services by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
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Did you know last year RIC provided more than 700 hours of art therapy services to both individuals and groups of patients. Join us for tonight's #Art in Motion event to make sure we can continue to offer this valuable program. #arttherapy  
Art in Motion is a fundraiser and juried art exhibition bringing the art and philanthropy communities of Chicago together to support the cause of Art Therapy.
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Join us this Thursday, February 6, for the 12th Annual Art in Motion juried art exhibition and fundraising event. See works from professional and RIC alumnus artist. Tickets are still available for opening night!
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345 E Superior St Chicago, IL 60611
345 East Superior StreetUSIllinoisChicago60611
(312) 238-1000ric.org
Rehabilitation Center, Physical Therapy Clinic
Rehabilitation Center
Physical Therapy Clinic
Occupational Therapist
Research Institute
Medical Center
Orthotics & Prosthetics Service
Speech Pathologist
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The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC) is dedicated to providing the highest-quality patient care through integrated research, scientific discovery, and education for the purpose of maximizing the recovery of the individuals in our care.

 

Our Vision

 

To Advance Human Ability. RIC will serve as the world’s leading scientific hospital for the innovation and application of new and more promising treatments that improve and eliminate the effects of injury, disease, and debilitating health conditions.

 

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"Huge shout outs to the therapy teams: physical, occupational and speech."
"I'm a teen with severe chronic back pain."
"It made me not only feel better, but I felt like I was understood."
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Luis Miguel Zarco
3 weeks ago
My mom has been here twice as an inpatient stay and from doctors, nurses, ptcs, everyone has been great. Huge shout outs to the therapy teams: physical, occupational and speech. They had a translator at all times when she had therapy and there was a sense of genuineness that is unmistakable in their care.
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Dynetta Clark
4 weeks ago
They took great care of my brother Rocky Clark
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Mike Ruck
2 years ago
THIS PLACE IS A FINANCIAL RIP OFF!!!!! Rehab visits are generally scheduled for 45 minutes. They charge $550 for 45 minutes so beware of how much you are going to have to pay before you select this place. These charges are more than my attorney charges, more than my medical specialist charges and I thought they made a lot of money. Of course RIC does not discuss costs with you prior to attending rehab appointments. In fact they wait several months to bill you so that they have you "hook, line and sinker", before you know how much they are gouging you! I have had two surgeries in the last two years and went to other rehab facilities that charged a little over $100/ visit (that's PER VISIT not for how much time they spend with you. RIC charges by the amount of time THEY SAY they spent with you. By the time you get billed, you're blindsided because you didn't know you should have kept records of the time spent there. IF YOU DO GO THERE DON'T GET INVOLVED IN ANY EXTRANEOUS "CHIT-CHAT" BECAUSE YOU WILL GET CHARGED FOR THAT TIME..........SO BEWARE, BEWARE, BEWARE!!!!! YOU BETTER HAVE GOOD INSURANCE THAT HAS RIC "IN NETWORK" if you choose to go there and then still be prepared to pay a lot of money out of pocket. My 20% copay for the PT that was done at RIC is ridiculously high compared to previous rehab experiences at similar reputable physical therapy companies (mine previous experience was through IBJI in Glenview; who charged what in contrast to RIC was a reasonable fee). AND RIC didn't even have all the rehab equipment that IBJI had. I WOULD NEVER HAVE CHOSEN TO GO TO RIC HAD I KNOWN HOW MUCH THEY GOUGE PATIENTS AND THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY IN GENERAL. THEY PLAY ON THIS AD THAT THEY HAVE BEEN RATED #1 IN THE COUNTRY SINCE THE MID 1990'S TO GET YOU SUCKED IN. The rehab there was no better than IBJI in Glenview!
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Mike Baquiran
3 years ago
A premier medical and research establishment. Recently, they've been successful in piloting bionic limbs for those without. A true breakthrough and nod to the future, expect great milestones in the advancement of medical research and rehabilitation to come from here.
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Amanda Davis
4 months ago
My husband was there for rehab after a stroke. The staff was excellent, from the Doctors to the custodians. I WAS VERY PLEASED.
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Brenda Hatton
a year ago
I had been in pain for 10 plus years. I always wondered what was wrong with me. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Pain. I went to RIC. It was a 4 week course but it made a Whole New outlook on my pain. They have the Very Best Doctors, PT, OT. And All of the Employees are Amazing. Thanks to RIC they have showed me how to cope and handle the Pain, IF IT COMES BACK. I can Finally say I am Tired, NOT IN PAIN. RIC has changed my Life. I can now enjoy life the way it is supposed to be lived. I would Recommend RIC to anyone that has Chronic Pain. All I can say is I AM GLAD I FOUND OUT ABOUT THEM, Please don't hesitate, If you have Chronic Pain Don't Wait. RIC can Help You If You Will Let Them. Ask for Dr. Calisoff. He is the BEST.
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Allison Grimsted
3 years ago
This place was life changing for me. I'm a teen with severe chronic back pain. I was pretty much unable to function before coming to RIC. When I went to go see Dr. Press, I had already missed tons of school. He was probably the best doctor I had ever seen. He was very kind and listened to how much pain I was in. We decided to try physical therapy for a while. My therapist was awful. She kept pushing me when I was crying. When that didn't work, he sent me to the pain clinic at RIC. This program was more than amazing. All the doctors and therapists I had were top notch. I learned how to do a bunch of skills that helped my pain. I got to meet other teens who had pain like me. It made me not only feel better, but I felt like I was understood. I didn't have to deal with the rude remarks I get at school. Now I wouldn't say my pain is better, but I'm good at managing it by using techniques I learned and pacing. Now I hope to be able to come back as a Rehab doctor and help others. Thank you RIC.
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Deloras C-L
8 months ago
Love RIC