Rehabilitation therapy is designed to help patients improve their function, independence and quality of life following an illness, injury or surgery. The types of rehabilitation therapy programs we offer include:
Physical therapy can help patients improve their mobility, reduce pain and resume daily activities following an injury, arthritis, surgery or neurological disorder, such as a stroke or Parkinson’s disease. A physical therapy program may include:
Occupational therapy assists patients with regaining skills for work or daily living, including those with hand or upper extremity injuries, neurological disorders, arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome. This type of therapy can include:
Aquatic therapy enables patients to benefit from physical therapy treatment in a warm-water pool. Using the buoyancy and resistive properties of water, aquatic therapy can help improve strength, movement and flexibility, while decreasing pain and stress on joints. This type of therapy may benefit those with:
We offer inpatient speech therapy services to adults who have speech or swallowing difficulties caused by stroke, Parkinson’s disease, brain injuries and other medical conditions.
Innovative outpatient rehabilitation programs featuring the proven LSVT (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment) BIG and LOUD therapies are available to help those with Parkinson’s disease move and communicate more effectively:
Salem Regional Medical Center’s Lymphedema Program is designed to help patients increase their strength, range of motion and flexibility; decrease their pain and swelling; restore their overall function; and improve their quality of life.
Treatments are performed by highly-skilled Rehabilitation staff certified in Complete Decongestive Therapy, which is the gold standard of care and means that they have advanced training in the latest treatment techniques. Learn more about this program HERE.
For more information about our Rehabilitation Services, call 330-332-7297.
Rehabilitation Services Information Sheet