Therapists guide patients through special exercises and activities. If you or a loved one are experiencing muscle weakness, poor balance or coordination, difficulty walking or sitting upright, loss of flexibility or movement, or reduced endurance you should consider rehab.

A specially trained therapist will evaluate the ability to stand and walk. Balance, strength, flexibility, coordination, vision, diet and medications may also be evaluated.



Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is a treatment method addressing the treatment, healing and prevention of injuries and disabilities.

The goal is to restore normal movement and function while attempting to resolve problems such as pain, weakness, loss of motion, or lack of coordination.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists work with individuals who have physical, developmental, emotional, or social deficits that affect their ability to participate in daily activities.

The therapist helps the patient "relearn" daily living skills such as the ability to get dressed, walk, or perform routine functions.

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Speech Therapy

Many residents who have suffered from strokes, brain injury, Alzheimer's or other neurological disorders often lose the ability to speak and may have difficulty understanding spoken and written material.

Through careful evaluation, planning, and treatment programs, speech-language therapists work at improving a resident's communication skills.

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