Rehabilitation Services

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We have the best therapists in the San Bernardino Valley. Our therapists are experienced, driven, and excellent at motivating our residents to work hard and restore the strength they need to fully function in their daily lives.

Physical Therapy

Our licensed Physical Therapists focus on improving the coordination, balance, strength, endurance and joint flexibility to achieve optimal levels of functional mobility, either unassisted or with the aid of an assistive device.  Our staff is fully trained on Wound Care Management using ultrasound, diathermy, sharp/mechanical debridement and electrical stimulation.  Our Physical Therapists design individualized treatment programs for alleviating pain, preventing disability and restoring function following injury or illness that may include:

  • Joint Mobilization
  • Therapeutic Exercises
  • Orthopedic Rehabilitation
  • Wound Care Management
  • Gait and Transfer Training
  • Prosthetic Training
  • Range-of-Motion Exercises

Occupational Therapy

The focus of our Registered Occupational Therapists is to enable the patient to adapt their physical and cognitive capabilities to the skills needed in activities of daily living. Occupational Therapists assess the areas needed for functional independence, customizing a treatment plan with emphasis on balance, strength, perception, and cognition.  Therapy may include:

  • Safety Instruction
  • Hand Rehabilitation
  • Activities of Daily Living
  • Cognitive Perceptual Retraining
  • Transfer and Mobility Training
  • Energy Conservation Techniques
  • Utilization of Adaptive Equipment
  • Upper Extremity Therapeutic Exercises

Speech Therapy

Our licensed Speech-Language Pathologists focus on restoring the patient’s ability to communicate. They address communication problems by helping patients improve skills in speaking, listening, thinking, reading, writing, problem solving, as well as organizing and sequencing thoughts.  Speech-Language pathologists also assess swallowing difficulties and develop treatment and management programs.  This condition, if left untreated, often leads to aspiration of food into lungs, pneumonia and other respiratory problems.  Therapy focuses on:

  • Comprehension
  • Speech Reading
  • Auditory Training
  • Hearing Screening
  • Reading and Writing
  • Swallowing Retraining