Aquatics—therapy in a heated pool to address pain, balance and strength.
Day Rehab—a program for patients who need intense rehab that includes physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, twice daily. It also provides carry over as the patient returns home with family at night.
Hand Therapy—a very specialized therapy for injuries to the hand, forearm and elbow, performed by our certified hand therapist.
Modified Barium Swallow—an examination of the oral and pharyngeal phases of the swallow to determine a patient's complications. Once identified, a therapist can established the appropriate plan of care for the patient.
Pediatric Rehab—a comprehensive, interdisciplinary program designed to meet the needs of children from birth to age 21. Occupational, physical and speech therapy are performed with a personalized, hands-on approach. Therapists use age-appropriate toys, activities and therapeutic play to make therapy fun, while targeting the child's specific rehabilitation needs.
VitalStim Therapy—a specialized NMES system for the treatment of the debilitating effects of Oropharyngeal Dysphagia.
Work Well Rehab—an occupational health and safety program designed to return a patient to work, while containing the employer's cost. Functional capacity evaluations are provided during this program to determine the patient's ability to perform job skills.