Our patients appreciate all of the onsite services and programs provided during their stay. A unique care plan is developed for each patient based upon his or her particular needs and … Continue reading "Inpatient General Services"
Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) is a therapeutic rehabilitation technique designed to teach the brain to “rewire” itself following a neurological injury such as stroke, brain injury or multiple sclerosis … Continue reading "Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT)"
Foot drop is a condition where the muscles in the foot are too weak to properly lift the foot and toes while walking. The award-winning Bioness L300 Foot Drop System … Continue reading "Bioness L300"
Depression is the most common mental health condition prevalent in the elderly, and it is treatable. Our staff have been trained through the Clear Path Project to care for seniors … Continue reading "Clear Path Project"
Many therapies can be provided at home to speed recovery from illness, injury or surgery, including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. Home care rehabilitation allows you to regain productivity … Continue reading "Home Care Rehabilitation Therapy"
Our Pediatric Speech program offers comprehensive speech therapy for children, ages birth thru adolescence. Our Pediatric Speech Therapists treat a variety of communication and swallowing disorders including: Articulation and phonology … Continue reading "Pediatric Speech Therapy"
The outpatient adult speech therapy team at NRHN works with each patient to reach their individualized communication, cognitive or swallowing goals. Our Speech-Language Pathologists help them achieve the greatest amount … Continue reading "Speech Therapy"
Northeast Rehabilitation Specialty Clinics provide evaluation, education and assistance in selecting the right equipment for each patient and then assist patients as they transition their equipment into their daily routines.
Our coordinated team approach ensures the patient receives the optimal device and therapy to maximize function.
Pediatric occupational therapy helps children gain independence and promotes development of fine motor skills, sensory motor skills and visual motor skills
Occupational therapists work with patients and their caregivers to improve an individual’s ability to perform everyday activities with greater ease, satisfaction and independence.
Kids and water can be a wonderful combination. If your child is in a therapy program, then aquatics may be a great addition to his or her current treatment.
The use of water allows you to function at levels that are not possible outside of this environment, which affords positive physical gains.
Speech-language pathologists can help individuals diagnosed with ADD/ADHD.
Physical therapy is an effective treatment for a variety of orthopedic injuries and neurologic conditions. Physical therapy addresses the illnesses or injuries that limit a person’s ability to move and … Continue reading "Physical Therapy"