Memorial Care Center Services
Rehab is very different from hospital care. The goal of rehab is to help you to be independent, which means doing as much as you can for yourself.
Rehab is done with a patient, not to a patient. You or your family member must be willing and able to work with the therapy team, doing active treatment and, later, with caregivers or alone at home. You often will work with two or more rehab services.
Physical therapy is a type of treatment you may need when health problems make it more difficult to move around. It can restore your physical function and fitness level.
Occupational therapy services help patients regain independence in the activities of daily living.
Recreation therapy is designed to meet the patient's individual needs to return to their previous leisure lifestyle or develop new interests.
In speech therapy, speech-language pathologists work with patients to assess and treat vocal and language impairment and help patients who have difficulty in swallowing.
Other Therapy Services and Programs
- Activities of daily living training
- Advanced wound management including negative pressure therapy
- Amputation care and prosthetic training
- Balance re-training and fall prevention
- Biodex Balance System
- Bioness Integrated Therapy System (BITS)
- Bowel and bladder incontinence training
- Cardiac rehab
- Cognition improvement
- Community re-entry
- Continuum of care with all joint replacements (knee/hip/shoulder)
- Durable medical equipment education
- Dysphagia program
- Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES)
- Gait and transfer training
- Home evaluations
- Home exercise program
- Interactive metronome
- IV therapy
- Joint mobilization
- Non-invasive pain control
- Pain management
- Posture awareness
- Relaxation and meditation training
- Strengthening and neuromuscular education with Bioness H200/L300
- Stress management
- Stroke recovery program
- TENS unit
- Vital stimulation