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Maximum Rehabilitation Services in Chicago & Evergreen Park, IL and Munster, IN is committed to identifying the root cause of your condition and developing a treatment plan to help you return to an active and fulfilling lifestyle.

We can help you get back to doing what you love!

The first appointment: Getting ready

  • Please arrive 15 minutes early for your first appointment so that you can complete your paperwork.
  • Do you have any additional questions? Make a list of questions you want to ask during your first meeting.
  • Make sure you bring all of your documentation. You will need a photo ID and a copy of your insurance card.
  • Please call our office ahead of time at (708) 923-1768 to confirm your insurance benefits.
  • Get ready to discuss your medical history, previous treatments, current medications, and other pertinent information.
  • Make a list of any symptoms or warning signs that the therapist should be aware of. What recently irritated or hurt you? How long have you been dealing with the issue? What things can you not do anymore because of your pain or injury?

Direct Access

Did You Know You Can See a Physical Therapist Without a Referral?

Not everyone knows you can go directly to your physical therapist if you are dealing with pain or an injury. It doesn’t matter if you’re dealing with an old or new problem. In all 50 states, you can schedule a visit with one of our therapists to get help sooner than later.

In the medical community, Direct Access is the ability to see a physical therapist when you want to without getting permission from your physician or medical practitioner.

Physical therapists routinely assess and treat patients without a physician’s recommendation. You can call us directly at Maximum Rehabilitation Services in Chicago & Evergreen Park, IL and Munster, IN, and we’ll schedule your appointment today! Direct Access eliminates wasting your time for the appointment to see a doctor, then the delays in getting a referral to physical therapy and waiting for an appointment to see the therapist.

Another benefit of seeing your physical therapist immediately is the cost savings. Beyond the cost of copayments to see your physician or being sent to a specialist paying another copay and finally getting sent to physical therapy, you can save money and see our team directly.

Insurance Info

Are you covered by any of these policies? We have provided a list of our most popular in-network plans for your convenience; however, this is not an exhaustive list!

To confirm other insurance plans, please call our office at (708) 923-1768.

  • Unicare
  • Tricare
  • Southcare
  • PHCS
  • Great-West
  • Golden Rule
  • Fiserv Health
  • Aetna
  • Definity Health


"I will definitely recommend maximum for any therapy services you need!!!!"

This place is amazing dr is great and helps so much with her patients and very caring!!! I will definitely recommend maximum for any therapy services you need!!!! Thanks so…

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Alexis I.

"...very professional and takes his time to make sure you heal and recover correctly."

Doctor Mubarak is very professional and takes his time to make sure you heal and recover correctly. Wait time is very short and equipment is always clean and ready for…

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Analiza B.

"I definitely will recommend it."

I’ve only been there a few times so far and my foot is already doing much better. I definitely will recommend it.

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Carlishia D.

"Best physical therapy place that I have attended so far!"

Best physical therapy place that I have attended so far! The therapist really care about the patients and their problems! Checking up on you to finding different ways of doing…

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Refer a Friend

Is it possible for Maximum Rehabilitation Services in Chicago & Evergreen Park, IL and Munster, IN to assist someone you know? It can be hard to convince a friend to seek physical therapy, especially if they are resistant. A good first step is to have an honest and open conversation with them about how physical therapy helped you and why you think they may benefit from physical therapy as well. Explain that physical therapy is a safe, non-invasive way to help treat pain, improve movement, and increase strength and flexibility. Let them know that you will be there to help them through their journey and you can celebrate all the things you can do again together!


An OT can assist your child in the following areas:
  • Feeding
  • Dressing properly and maintaining good hygiene
  • Handwriting
  • Interaction with other kids
  • Participating in household or school chores
Can occupational therapy benefit kids of all ages?

Occupational therapists help children of all ages with a variety of problems.

Infants who do not have well-developed play skills can benefit from occupational therapy. It can also assist them in learning how to assemble or construct with blocks, as well as how to place pegs on a pegboard.

A toddler may require assistance in learning how to hold a crayon properly, construct with blocks from a diagram, or draw a stick figure using problem-solving techniques.

An occupational therapist can assist your child if he or she is having difficulty in school. Occupational therapy is a comprehensive approach to helping children achieve their goals and keep up with their peers.

How can I determine if my child has sensory processing issues?

Sensory processing issues can occur in children who have difficulty gathering and interpreting sensory input. Among the possible examples are:

  • Balance and coordination problems
  • Screaming
  • Being aggressive in order to gain attention
  • jumping up and down a lot

Another sign could be shutting down or avoiding certain textures, sounds, or lights. They may also avoid or seek out activities that will keep them from paying attention in class.

Occupational therapy can help children who are dealing with these issues improve their daily routine and lifestyle.

How can I tell if my child needs speech therapy?

If you're wondering if your child could benefit from speech therapy, here are some common signs to look for:

Here are some of the signs that your child may require speech therapy.

  • Your child stutters.
  • Your toddler only says a few words and has trouble articulating certain sounds.
  • In social situations, your child is quiet.
  • Your child is over the age of 6 months and does not babble.
  • Your child is over a year old and has yet to produce any words.
  • When you speak to your child, he or she does not respond or does not understand simple statements.
  • Your child is approximately three years old or older and does not make the sounds m, n, ng, p, f, h, or w.
  • Your child is slow to respond or answer questions
  • Your child does not appear to speak as well as peers
  • Your child does not seem to understand what is being said to them
  • Your child exhibits frustration when unable to communicate needs and wants
  • Your child has difficulty putting thoughts together to express ideas
  • Your child has difficulty planning and sequencing actions or tasks