When recovering at home, you may be in need of rehabilitative therapy. Our experienced team of highly skilled professional therapists work to improve movement and function for people of all ages with orthopedic, neurological, musculoskeletal, pulmonary, cardiovascular concerns, and temporary or progressive conditions or illness.
Our Rehabilitative Services include:
Our licensed physical therapists promote healing, improved movement and function. They help relieve pain for patients of all ages and create a personalized therapy program to achieve maximum mobility, function, and safety in the home. Our therapists are trained to work with a wide range of conditions from orthopedic recovery after joint replacement surgery or a fall, neurological, musculoskeletal, pulmonary, and complex cardiovascular conditions after heart surgery.
We provide a "gold standard" Orthopedic Program that is available within 24 hours after leaving the hospital or surgery center from joint replacement or orthopedic surgery. Our home rehabilitation team works with your orthopedic surgeon prior to surgery to develop a customized plan of care that helps reduce the risk of hospital readmission, and ultimately results in better and faster recovery for the patient.
Specialty Orthopedic Programs include:
Specially trained in speech and swallowing disorders, our speech pathologists assist patients in regaining the ability to produce and understand speech, as well as swallowing assessment, training and skill acquisition. We treat a variety of impairments associated with neurological conditions (including head injury and strokes), hearing loss, head and neck surgery, and developmental disorders.
Our licensed occupational therapists treat a variety of developmental, physical, emotional, and social issues. They enable our patients to achieve their highest level of function in their home to perform their routine activities of daily living.
Our goal is for patients to have the highest degree of confidence in their ability remain safely at home, to be free of stress and worry about being home, and for family and loved ones to know that they can safely navigate their home environment and living space.