Rehabilitation

Modern Therapy and Activity Areas

Our Rehabilitation Services

Our dedicated rehabilitation team has more than 100 years of combined experience and, upon admission, will work to establish individual short and long-term goals for each patient's rehabilitation needs. Our dedicated team is comprised of physical, occupational and speech therapy professionals who offer the latest in therapy programming, equipment and support 5 days a week. The average patient receives 2-3 hours/day of therapy including physical, occupational and speech-language programming as needed.

Physician Coverage

We work with many different physicians so your care can be overseen by the Doctor you know and trust. If your Doctor is unable follow your care while you are in our skilled Medicare Rehabilitation Program we can recommend a doctor to manage your care until you go home.

Physical Therapy

After a careful evaluation, a plan of care is established to optimize movement, flexibility, balance, strengthening and muscle control to facilitate mobility and independence of each patient. We use rehab equipment, clinical procedures and measurable outcomes that help each patient make progress quickly.

Occupational Therapy

The goal of Occupational Therapy is for the patient to be independent in activities of daily living, things most of us take for granted, like bathing, dressing, eating and cooking. After assessing what a new patient can do and understanding what they need to be able to do independently in their home environment, a detailed plan of treatment is put in place for the patient to develop needed range of motion and upper body strength. The goal is functional independence and the highest degree of dignity.

Speech – Language Therapy

Patients may need help with communication or swallowing difficulties, especially after experiencing a stroke. Through retraining and the application of specialized clinical techniques, our dedicated speech-language pathologists are able to optimize a patient's most critical functions of living, communication and eating and swallowing food for nutrition.