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Major, life-altering events, such as surgery, trauma, accidents, broken bones, stroke, and other issues with health often require physical medicine and rehabilitation, to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life before heading home. The need for physical medicine and rehabilitation can be both short-term or long-term, and can be achieved both in-patient and out-patient.
At LakeMed’s skilled nursing facility for rehabilitation, we focus on energizing and invigorating our rehab patients with physical medicine and rehabilitation programs designed to achieve the highest possible reclaimed movement and functionality.
With a physiatrist onsite, and our expert, specialized team members, we want to help our residents establish a higher quality of life and better functionality than they ever thought possible. Our staff of professionals will help engage you or your loved one, allowing you to recapture health and energy in our warm and inviting environment.Schedule A Tour
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Rehabilitation programs – such as stroke therapy or cardiac care – can use a combination of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.
Our team of skilled therapists work with patients on a very individualized level, and create and carry out the most effective recovery plan for a patient’s specific condition(s). The goal of each treatment plan is usually two-fold: to maximize physical functioning to move freely, regain function and perform daily activities –and– to prevent further injury and reduce pain.
Major components of our physical therapy program include:
Our licensed speech therapists work with residents on improving swallowing ability, communication, and other speech or eating issues that may arise after an accident or health issue. As experts in diagnosing and treating speech and cognitive disorders, our treatments may include cognitive therapy after brain surgery, swallowing therapy related to a neurological condition, retraining for “slurred speech” after a stroke, and much more. Patient/family education and training is also an important component to our speech therapy.
Major components of our speech therapy program include:
Our occupational therapists work with patients recovering from injury and surgery, and those managing chronic illness. After a thorough evaluation, we create customized rehabilitation plans to help each resident attain a better level of independence in daily living skills. Through adjustments to the treatment plan as needed, we help residents meet or beat individual goals. Our occupational therapy team also helps residents practice important, meaningful habits they may need for work and recreation.
Major components of our occupational therapy program include:
At our skilled nursing facility for rehabilitation, we help patients with a wide array of complex medical conditions. Our treatment team takes a positive approach to therapy, focusing on your capabilities, rather than your disabilities, to help you achieve better functionality and, ultimately, regain your independence.
Take a look at just a few of the programs we provide within physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, and a list of conditions the team is experienced at treating:
Serving as a bridge between cardiac surgery and home, our cardiac care team provides highly-specialized treatment through individualized care plans to help patients achieve optimal health post-surgery. Each customized treatment plan is put in place to meet each patient’s varying and specific needs. Services within the program include:
Our neurological rehabilitation program is designed to aid individuals with disorders of the nervous system – such as Parkinson’s, Neuropathy, SCI, ALS and MS – improve function, independence, and overall well-being. Services within this program include:
From treating injuries and bone breaks as result of an accident to assisting with recovery from joint replacements, our orthopedic therapy program is designed to help patients improve strength, balance, gait and more.
Patients are evaluated by an onsite physiatrist – a physician specially trained in physical medicine and rehabilitation. The physiatrist then directs patient care for the duration of their stay, working with the stroke rehabilitation team to create a targeted treatment plan and set ambitious goals for recovery.