Perhaps you or someone you love suffered an accident or injury. Maybe you’ve had a knee or hip replacement. Regardless of the steps that brought you here, we want to help you take your next steps at our rehabilitation center.
Our physical therapists work closely with residents and their families from the moment of their arrival, creating a comprehensive plan targeted to help you or your loved one reach goals, whether that is to gain a greater range of motion or to learn to walk again.
We want to restore our residents to their optimum level of functioning. We do that by hiring only the best physical therapists who are dedicated only to the success of our residents.
We’re proud of our experienced, professional therapists who work closely with our residents, help them establish long-term goals and assist them in reaching those goals.
We offer three specific forms of therapy: physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.
This aspect of therapy concentrates on helping restore the body’s motion. An example might be helping someone learn to walk again through hip physical therapy or establishing a sense of balance for someone who has been injured in an accident.
Occupational therapists help our residents find ways to perform activities of daily living such as getting dressed, going to the bathroom and brushing teeth. In certain cases, they may teach them how to use assistive devices to complete these tasks.
Some residents have difficulty swallowing or speaking. In these cases, speech therapists provide valuable services and help our residents communicate effectively. But speech therapy is about much more than speaking—therapists also help residents who have memory loss or cognitive impairments.
We’re With You On Your Journey Because You Are Family
We recognize that rehabilitation is not easy. It’s often a long and difficult road. But that journey is so much easier when it is shared with a team who is standing behind you or your loved one every step of the way. We celebrate victories together and band together to help residents overcome the challenges.