Lynbrook Rehabilitation

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Whether you are suffering from a chronic lung or acute pulmonary condition, we are well equipped to create a rehab plan that accommodates your needs. Support group meets 3rd Thursday of the month.

Amputee Rehabilitation

The program provides state of the art personalized programming for individuals post amputation and helping them achieve their goals. Support group meets on 2nd Wednesday of the month.

Physical Occupational Therapy

Whether you’re recovering from surgery, accident or joint replacement, we will push you to be your absolute best, so you can get back to the things you really want to be doing.

COVID-19 Updates


Lynbrook Restorative Therapy & Nursing is a COVID FREE Facility.

Vaccine Family/Caregiver Letter

Lynbrook Restorative Therapy & Nursing’s letter concerning information and distribution of the new COVID vaccine. – Read the letter…

Pandemic Emergency Plan

Lynbrook Restorative Therapy & Nursing’s plan outlining the steps that will be taken during a pandemic – Read the plan…

Post COVID Rehab:

Our team works with patients recently hospitalized with COVID-19 to assist in improving strength and fine motor skills. Patients are required to test negative for COVID-19 prior to admission. Find out more…

Dear Families/Friends/Guardians:

Due to the current outbreak of the Coronavirus in New York, effective immediately Lynbrook Restorative has instituted a policy of NO VISITORS at any time until further notice.

Staff is available to arrange remote communication, including video conversations such as Facetime, between residents and loved ones or friends. Please contact the recreation department as well to arrange this at 516-634-1400.

We understand that this will be difficult. However, the CDC, as well as the New York City and New York State Health Departments have advised that restricting visitors is the best way to prevent the spread of this virus and protect our elderly population.  We respectfully urge everyone to work with us during this crisis.

We truly apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  The safety and well-being of our residents is always our Number One priority.

Please feel free to contact the facility if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Additional References:

Family Communication

The Department of Health’s April 2020 memo regarding communication with family members of those who reside in a nursing home.

Please click here to read the full message…



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