Whatever your personal rehabilitation needs, at LifeHOUSE, we’re with you every step of the way.
Our team of Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Speech Language Pathologists have the talent, skills, and experience necessary to support your recovery to its full potential. This includes the use of the latest therapeutic equipment, modalities, and electronic medical records.. With these and other resources we are able to maximize your progress and ensure close monitoring of during the rehabilitation process.
Stroke, heart attack, hip fractures, hip replacements, knee replacements, traumatic brain injury, COPD, Parkinson’s, and Multiple Sclerosis are just a few of the medical diagnoses we work with every day.
All services, from consultative to comprehensive rehabilitation, are driven by your personal needs and circumstances. This attention to detail starts with the initial evaluation and ensures that we are consistently meeting your individualized goals.
I am writing this to thank the staff in rehab because if it wasn’t for them I wouldn’t have the opportunity to do the things that I learned from them. It was a wonderful feeling to be able to do all the exercise that I never thought I could do at my age. I was given the opportunity to learn reasons to feel good about myself again. The staff was very responsible and careful of the exercises that I was doing even though I got tired; to me it was great!
- Bertha C., Patient
We invite you to take a closer look at any of our LifeHOUSE skilled nursing communities today..
Rehabilitation Terms Defined:
Physical Therapists are most actively focused on mobility related goals in our setting. They are uniquely qualified to address a variety of deficits that afflict large muscle groups and to create adaptive techniques that will improve mobility and functioning get their patients up and moving.
Occupational Therapists are committed to providing the training, education, and therapeutic activities necessary to restore as much independence as possible with activities of daily living.
Speech Language Pathology
Speech Language Pathologists work with their patients toward goals involving improved cognitive skills, swallowing, and diet management and communication.