center for rehabilitation at Maria Manor
The Center for Rehabilitation at Maria Manor is designed for those with both short-term and long-term rehabilitation needs. At Bon Secours Maria Manor, our rehabilitation programs are designed to promote quality care in a warm, encouraging, and compassionate environment. We offer physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech theraphy services with a true interdisciplinary approach. With specialized evaluations, we can help identify those at risk for falls. Our multi-system approach to balance dysfunction helps to reduce the risk of reccurrence. Patients with generalized weakness, neurological impairment or complex medical issues learn new strategies to help them in their quest for a more independent future. In addition, we work closely with the Wellness and Restorative Nursing programs which use state-of-the-art Nautilus equipment to assist patients to achieve their maximum rehabilitation potential.
Our dedicated short-term unit mirrors the rehab programs offered at many hospitals and rehab centers. Our comprehensive rehabilitation programs are customized to meet the changing needs of all our patients as they progress through recovery. Our close collaboration with orthopedic and general surgeons ensures that specialized plans of care as developed by such medical personnel are implemented to their specifications, while allowing our patients to meet or exceed their goals. Our relationships with our credentialed neurologists, physiatrist and other specialists help facilitate a more interdisciplinary approach to our rehab care.
We promote long term results as the needs of our long-term care residents are reassessed on an ongoing basis to ensure safety and physical well-being. Our Restorative and Wellness programs are utilized both during and after therapy discharge when appropriate to facilitate maintenance of the skill level.
Specialty areas include:
- Occupational physical and speech therapy
- Acute joint replacement
- Stroke and neuromuscular rehabilitation
- Fall prevention/recovery
- Vestibular rehabilitation
- Post-surgical recovery
- General strengthening and reconditioning modalities and pain management
- ACP technology positioning and contracture management
- Seating positioning
- Activities of daily living; safety awareness
- Home/community reintegration
- Adaptive equipment consults and training
- Lymphedema management
- Prosthetic training/amputee care
- Expressive and receptive language
- Swallowing (dysphagia)/diet modification
- VitalStim-neuromuscular electrical stimulation for the treatment of dysphagia
- Cognitive retraining
- Augmentative communication