Superior care focusing on the total well-being of the patient, rather than just their ailment, is what makes Encore a trusted leader in rehabilitation services. Also referred to as post-acute, sub-acute, or post-hospital rehabilitation, short-term rehabilitation at a Encore facility provides the ideal setting for a compassionate continuum of care. At Encore, the goal is to help you reach your highest level of functioning and return you back home.
To prepare you to take care of yourself once home, you practice managing activities of daily living before you leave with our:
- Fully equipped practice kitchen
- Therapy bath with tub and shower training
- Both high- and low-tech equipment to improve balance and walking skills
- Secure harness
- Body weight supported treadmills
- Stairs, curbs, ramps in an outdoor setting
- Standing frame
- Modalities to help maximize strength and minimize discomfort:
- Electrical stimulation
- Biofeedback and laser therapy
- Multiple types of strengthening equipment, because strength is a key to independence
- Pneumatic weight training system
- Wheelchair accessible weight training stations
- Hoist weight system
Whether recovering from a traumatic fall or injury, or after a planned bone or joint surgery, at Encore, we believe early mobility is the first step toward safety and independence for orthopedic rehabilitation. Following physician-directed protocols, our therapists begin the rehabilitation process immediately, carrying over gains from hospital therapy so that you progress quickly through the phases of your recovery.
The cardiac rehabilitation program is designed to help you regain your strength, safely condition your heart muscle and improve your general fitness level. Part of rehabilitation is to help prevent further heart problems. Your therapy program will be personalized to help you improve bed mobility, transfers, activities of daily living and gait. You might require intensive nursing care for post surgical wounds, dressing changes and/or IV management. Your therapy will focus on strengthening your heart through aerobic exercises such as walking.
Recovery and rehabilitation are important aspects of stroke treatment. In some cases, undamaged areas of the brain may be able to perform functions that were lost when the stroke occurred. Rehabilitation includes physical therapy, speech language pathology and occupational therapy. Physical therapy involves using exercise and other physical means (e.g., massage, heat) to help patients regain the use of their arms and legs and prevent muscle stiffness in patients with permanent paralysis. Speech language pathology helps patients regain the ability to communicate and swallow safely.
With a state-of-the-art therapy pool and spa located in our beautiful Red Barn, patients can engage in non-weight bearing exercise to aid their progress.