We care for a wide range of conditions within our acute care and inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and in outpatient therapy settings. We’ll help you regain mobility and function with therapies and rehabilitative treatments targeted for your unique needs.
Conditions affecting the brain and nervous system can affect movement, speech and a person’s ability to function independently. This means there’s often more to neurologic rehabilitation than taking care of physical needs. We work with you and your loved ones on overcoming the emotional challenges that may go with your therapy. We offer a combination of rehabilitation treatments, including physical, occupational and speech therapies for conditions such as:
- Brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Congenital conditions
- Degenerative conditions such as multiple sclerosis, ALS, Parkinson’s disease and Guillain Barré syndrome.
Compensating for limb loss can mean strengthening your residual limb and other parts of your body. Some people with amputation may learn to use a prosthesis. Our team will help you with both, as well as providing guidance on wound care and coping with the emotional and social stresses that may come with the loss of a limb.
Cancer and its treatments can leave you tired and in pain. Sometimes after surgery, radiation therapy or chemotherapy, you have restrictions or weakness in a specific area of your body. We offer a range of therapies specially designed to help those with cancer regain strength, mobility and energy.
Pain in your joints, in your back and neck, and from chronic conditions such as osteoporosis, arthritis, and fibromyalgia can be helped with physical therapy. Hand and arm injuries are often helped with occupational therapy. We can guide you through an exercise program that will ease pain, prevent damage and help you regain movement.
Helping your child reach developmental milestones sometimes takes extra therapy and support. Our therapists often begin working with infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. We provide outpatient speech, physical and occupational therapy for children from birth to age 18, with congenital or acquired conditions such as autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, or developmental delays.
Hand pain or injury can be intense and extremely limiting. Our occupational therapists are skilled at helping you ease pain and prevent further inflammation from arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other acquired conditions as well as recovery from injuries and surgeries.
You want your workplace to be safe and injury free. We can help through our industrial rehabilitation program. We’ll work with employers on assessing whether current and prospective employees can safely meet the physical requirements of the job and help you evaluate your work environment for ways to reduce the risk of injuries.
Low Vision Therapy
Age-related macular degeneration is a leading cause of vision loss among those age 65 or older. We offer specialized care for patients who have had telescopic implant surgery to overcome this loss.