Rehabilitation

Rehabilitative Services include specialized therapies such as Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy to meet the requirements of the individual.  These services are initiated and are delivered according to a physician’s instruction. Evaluation and Treatment Programs include:

  • Discipline-Specific Treatment Programs

  • In-house therapist for continuity of treatment.  You get to know your therapist. 

  • Patient/ Family/Caregiver Training and Education

  • Discharge Planning 

  • Physical Therapy 

  • Gait Training           

  • Transfer Training 

  • Balance, Endurance, Strengthening, and Range of Motion (ROM)

  • Occupational Therapy 

  • Self-Care Training 

  • Joint Mobility, ROM and Coordination 

  • Bed and Wheelchair Positioning 

  • Speech Therapy 

  • Swallowing Therapy           

  • Aphasia Therapy


The Therapy Disciplines 


Physical Therapy 

Physical Therapists provide skilled therapy to improve mobility, balance, transfers, range of motion and pain management. They instruct patients in skilled techniques to improve their ability to walk. climb stairs, and increase physical stamina. They assess the need for specialized braces or equipment that may be required to improve self-reliance and safety. Treatment includes hot and cold application, muscular stimulation, therapeutic exercise, ultrasound, and other techniques to ease pain and treat wounds.


Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists retrain patients in self-care skills such as feeding, dressing, bathing and grooming. They use graded activities, safety training and other compensatory techniques to improve activities of daily living. They are specialists in recommending adaptive equipment and environmental changes to help the patient function safely in their environment. They are especially sensitive to the stress and frustration often felt by patients and their families during  the rehabilitative period.

Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-Language Pathologists assist patients with all aspects of communication. Treatment strategies involve teaching compensatory techniques to improve communication, listening, reading and writing comprehension, language interpretation and expression skills. They make recommendations for augmentative or alternative communication systems. Speech-Language Pathologists also treat patients who experience swallowing difficulties.  


Out Patient Therapy

  • Outpatient hours of service are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. 

  • Outpatient Physical Therapy offered Monday through Friday.

  • Outpatient Speech & Occupational Therapy offered Monday through Friday. 


Out Patient Therapy Services 

  • General Rehabilitation 

  • Geriatric Evaluation and Rehabilitation 

  • Neurological Rehabilitation 

  • Pain Management 

  • Cognitive Retraining 

  • Dysphagia Management 

  • Augmentive Communication 

  • Orthotic/Prosthetic Fitting and Training 

  • Positioning, Fitting and Training  with Wheelchairs, Mobility Devices and Adaptive Equipment 

  • Incontinence Program 

  • Fall Prevention 

  • Family / Caregiver Training