Rehabilitation is a key focus at our facilities. We offer the following therapies, techniques and programs to assist the patient on their road to recovery.
Other Services We Offer
Recovering from an injury or surgery? Do what professional athletes are doing. Get Game Ready™. RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) has long been used to treat acute and chronic injury and assist in orthopedic surgery rehabilitation. Game Ready™ offers adjustable cold therapy and intermittent compression in one easy-to-use system.
NINTENDO Wii GAME SYSTEM
The Wii Game System is a wireless motion-sensitive controller requiring body movements similar to traditional therapy exercises. Wii provides improved strengthening, endurance, fine motor skills, balance and range of motion through reenacting several sports such as golf, bowling, tennis, baseball and boxing.
VITALSTIM™ DYSPHAGIA THERAPY
- VitalStim™ is non-invasive, painless electrical stimulation that treats people with dysphagia (swallowing problems).
- It promotes muscular strengthening and recovery of motor control
- VitalStim™ is administered by a speech-language pathologist who must be certified to incorporate this modality into the dysphagia therapy plan.
- Our interdisciplinary team coordinates together an individualized wound care program to meet the specific needs of each individual.
- We treat all kinds of wounds including: chronic, grafts, flaps, acute, traumatic, subacute, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers and dehisced wounds.
- We are one of very few companies that utilizes wound V.A.C., as deemed appropriate.
The need for palliative care is a growing and necessary role within skilled nursing facilities due to the aging population served and the increased clinical complications that are usually presented with this delicate diagnosis. Planning, implementation and evaluation of the resident is done by an interdisciplinary team. Nursing coordinates the plan of care and collaborates closely with the interdisciplinary team, family and resident as needed. Palliative Care is designed to provide clinical and spiritual support to both the resident and the resident family not only in the final days of life, but may also be appropriate with the diagnosis of a terminal condition requiring in depth education. Emphasis is placed on identification and treatment of primary symptoms that can respond to treatment, management of physical, psychological, psychosocial, spiritual needs, and expression of grief of the resident and family. Pain management is an integral part of care.