When movement is limited due to injury, surgery, or a chronic condition, physical therapy can help patients regain their range of motion and relieve pain. Some of our residents enter for short-term care, so they can be closely monitored during the physical therapy and healing process.
Arthritis, age, and injury can make daily tasks more difficult. Occupational therapists help patients find new methods and new tools for doing day-to-day activities while also increasing their range of motion and motor skills. Working with an OT can drastically increase the quality of life for seniors.
Completing our trifecta of rehab services is speech therapy. Seniors can lose their ability to speak, vocalize, remember, communicate effectively, and swallow safely as a result of a medical condition. Commonly, residents living with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, dysphagia, aphasia, or dementia can benefit from working with our speech pathologist.