Rehabilitation
Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Generally following joint replacement, fractures or injuries to restore musculoskeletal functions, Orthopedic Rehabilitation is used to help treat a large variety of conditions that affect the skeletal system and the muscular system. Physical therapy is administered through one-on-one care between the therapist and the resident, to better fit the resident's specific needs. Physical Therapists are trained to treat the entire body, and the length of physical therapy needed depends greatly on the severity of the resident's injuries.

 
Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation focuses on each residents individual needs to reduce pain and discomforts while maximizing cardiopulmonary functions and optimizing independence and mobility. Although the process is focused on the rehabilitation of the patient him/herself, the family is also involved.

 
Neurological Rehabilitation

Help to regain functional mobility, maximize motor skills and optimize independence with self care and daily living skills after a nervous system injury. This type of rehabilitation promotes their skills to work at the highest level of independence possible for them while also encouraging them to rebuild self-esteem and a positive mood.

 


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