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Our Services

The variety and depth of services available at our Inpatient Physical Rehabilitation Center are unmatched in the region and offers many benefits, including an exceptional nurse-to-patient ratio. These services include:
  • Stroke
  • Multiple trauma
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Amputation
  • Head/brain injury
  • Cancer
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Heart and respiratory disease
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Post surgery

Patients, therapists, nurses and physicians are all located on the same floor, which promotes frequent face-to-face communication.  Our interdisciplinary team meets weekly to discuss the individual needs of each patient. 

Intensive therapy is provided each day:
  • Occupational therapy – working to gain strength for activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing, grooming, eating, driving readiness and home management tasks.
  • Physical therapy—providing comprehensive care to help patients get back strength and function after an illness or injury.
  • Speech language pathology—assisting with communications disorders, as well as problems with swallowing and thinking skills or memory.
  • Rehabilitation/Specialized nursing - rehabilitative nursing to help patients with long-term physical disabilities or chronic illnesses reach their full potential.
Investing in Patient Care
Through our investment in patient care, our patients can now recover more quickly and safely with the use of our new Bioness Vector motion assistance equipment. This unique fall prevention harness system provides a safe environment for patients recovering from stroke, amputations, and orthopedic, brain and spinal cord injuries.

Before leaving inpatient physical rehabilitation, our occupational therapist will develop a plan to ensure the home setting is safe and patients are ready to care for themselves, within the expectations of family and physicians.