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Your recovery begins with a skilled and knowledgeable team trained on state-of-the-art technology and equipment. Use the buttons above to filter by diagnosis and learn about what your rehabilitative stay at one of our centers may encompass, or click on the icons below to see an overview the therapy types we offer.
ADL - Shirts
Putting on a shirt after an injury or stroke can be tricky. Working with an occupational therapist, you'll learn how to adapt to new limitations.
ADL - Shoes
After a surgery or stroke, simply putting on your shoes can be difficult. Occupational therapists work with patients to learn how to use adaptive devices and new techniques.
The Activities of Daily Living (ADL) kitchen area allows patients to practice instrumental tasks related to meal preparation and cooking.
The simulated laundry area allows patients to practice the tasks associated with laundry to enhance independence when at home.
Patients with obstructive sleep apnea, COPD, CHF and neuromuscular disease can benefit from using a BiPap, which is a Bi-level Positive Airway Pressure or a CPap machine, which is continuous positive airway pressure.
Central Line/PICC Line
A central line, as it is often called, can be inserted in the neck, chest or arm. A peripherally inserted central catheter, or PICC line, is a type of central venous catheter inserted only in a vein in the arm rather than a vein in the neck or chest.
Shortwave Diathermy uses electromagnetic waves to increase circulation in the body's tissues. Diathermy is generally used for larger treatment areas such as knees, hips and back. It helps with soft tissue injuries, slow healing wounds, arthritis, scar tissue and contractures.
Electrical Stimulation (E Stim)
E-Stim provides gentle electrical stimulation through electrode pads placed at or near the treatment site, which helps with neuromuscular re-education, pain and strengthening. E-Stim also assists with pain management, wounds, weakness, fall prevention, and joint and orthopedic procedures.
After an illness or injury, simple tasks like opening a jar can be difficult. Occupational therapists work with patients to regain strength and develop the fine motor skills needed for activities of daily living.
While you likely will take some medications in pill form, some medications must be given by an intravenous (IV) injection or infusion. This means they're sent directly into your vein using a needle or tube. You might hear an IV referred to as a “drip.” IV therapy may be used to deliver medication, fluid administration, such as for dehydration and for blood transfusions.
The Lifefitness system uses an advanced pulley system to isolate muscle groups for strengthening the upper body and range of motion. The machine can accommodate patients of all sizes and abilities.
LiteGait® is a gait training device that simultaneously controls weight bearing, posture, and balance over a treadmill or over ground. It allows the therapist to work with the patient on walking in a fall-free environment.
Mat Exercise / Transfers
The mat surface is used to practice safe transfers, functional bed mobility, stretching, range of motion and other manual techniques.
Neuro Rehabilitation Devices
Neuro-Rehabilitation Devices facilitate movement in the upper extremities for patients with little or no hand function or limited arm movement. They may be used with patients recovering from stroke or traumatic brain injury to regain movement in arms in hands.
The NuStep helps with upper and lower body strength, range of motion and endurance for a wide variety of patients. The patient is in a seated position and uses a smooth stepping motion. It provide both upper and lower body motion work for all the major musicle groups. It helps the patient burn calories, buildng strength and improve their overall cardiovascular fitness.
This unique cycling systems offers motor-assisted exercise options for upper and lower extremities. The omnicycle automatically "senses" to what degree the patient is able to exercise independently and provides powered assistance as needed to accommodate the individual's physical limitations.
OmniVR uses movements in 3-dimension space to create an interactive experience, similar to popular video games. Patients using OmniVR might be working on muscle weakness, poor balance, difficulty walking or sitting upright, loss of flexibility or movement, endurance or cognitive deficits.
Our therapy team uses a realistic environment to allow patients to work on obstacles they may face in the community, including the various surfaces and inclines they may encounter.
The parallel bars offer arm support to assist with walking for short distances. Generally used for pre-gait (walking) and early gait activities, it prepares patients for safe and effective walking by addressing sit to stand skills, balance, weight shifting and development of correct gait patterns.
Language Pathology Therapy services are delivered to address the needs of patients in the areas of speech production, language comprehension, language expression, cognition and swallowing.
Stair training simulates the steps at home and in the community, allowing for practice before discharge. The Dynamic Stair Trainer has adjustable stair heights so that patients recovering from orthopedic injuries or stroke can gradually use steps.
The Synchrony Dysphagia Solutions Program uses biofeedback to help patients to "see" the swallow and aids the speech therapist in treatment of swallowing disorders.
Total Parenteral nutrition or TPN is used for nutrition and bypasses the digestive system by going right into a central line. The nurse will give the patient a nutritional formula that contains nutrients such as glucose, salts, amino acids, lipids and added vitamins and dietary minerals.
Patients that arrive at our center with a tracheostomy tube, or trach as it’s often called, also receive education on how to manage with a trach, including working with a speech language pathologist to learn communication techniques.
If a person is having trouble swallowing and can't get enough food or liquids by mouth, a feeding tube may be put directly into the stomach through the nose or abdomen. The tube allows feeding directly into the gastrointestinal tract to occur by bypassing the mouth and esophagus.
Sound waves create a thermal and sub thermal effect which assists in tissue healing, tendonitis, muscle spasms, joint stiffness, arthritis, contractures and slow healing wounds.