Physical Therapy for Stroke
The Stroke Program is designed to assist patients and families with the physical, cognitive, emotional and psychological effects of a stroke. Education for patients and families is a key component, with support/adjustment groups and classes held on a regular basis.
Orthopedic Trauma Physical Therapy
The Orthopedic Program is designed to treat people with amputations, multiple trauma, joint replacements, and hip fractures with medical complications. The program uses individual and group therapy.
Traumatic Brain Injury Physical Therapy
Thomas B. Miller, MD
Inpatient Brain Injury Unit
The Brain Injury Program is designed to treat people with traumatic brain injury, anoxic/hypoxic brain injury, encephalopathies, and brain tumors. A 14-bed secured unit allows patients maximum mobility within a safe, contained environment. Patient rooms are designed to minimize distractions and confusion, and a daily orientation group is held to maximize patients' awareness of their surroundings and strengthen cognition.
Spinal Cord Injury Physical Therapy
The Spinal Cord and Neurological Program is designed to treat people with traumatic and non-traumatic spinal cord injuries and neurological conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, motor neuron diseases, polyneuropathy, Guillain-Barré syndrome, muscular dystrophy and Parkinson's disease. The focus is to educate patients and families with the ultimate goal of maximizing independence and transition into a new lifestyle.
The General Rehabilitation Program
The General Rehabilitation Program is designed to treat people who have become debilitated from a serious illness or after a long hospital stay. Conditions include cardiac recovery, oncology, post-surgery and complex medical care.