Our rehabilitation therapists are committed to helping each client achieve positive outcomes, regain function and safely return back to their regular routine as quickly as their recovery allows:
Our rehabilitation therapy program is designed to produce positive outcomes, including but not limited to:
improved ability to do self-care tasks
the ability to cope with the disease process
tools to prevent further complications
providing hope and encouragement
Types of Rehabilitation Therapy Physical Therapy
Probably the most commonly known form of rehabilitation therapy, physical therapy is the treatment of disease or disability through therapy and exercise. Our programs include assistance with gait training, bed mobility, wound care, restraint reduction and wheelchair positioning.
Occupational therapy is designed to help patients regain skills related to activities of daily living. Individuals may require this therapy if, as the result of an illness or injury, they have difficulty completing tasks such as eating, dressing, housekeeping or grooming.
Speech-language therapists work with patients to help them regain or strengthen their ability to speak with ease and clarity. Our speech therapists utilize the latest technology and clinical processes to help patients regain the ability to communicate and improve swallowing.