Specially trained therapists develop an individualized plan of care promoting improved health and wellness through progressive muscle strengthening and balance activities focused on decreased fall risk and enhanced functional mobility.
Specifically designed for patients with functional deficits resulting from disorders of the nervous system such as Dementia, Parkinson’s and Cerebrovascular Accidents.
Program incorporating aerobic and non-aerobic exercise to improve activity tolerance monitored through target oxygen saturation andheart rate.
Program designed to meet the needs of a variety of patients including those who have a musculoskeletal injury or weakness, fracture from a fall, chronic injury, pain or other planned surgery.
Overall Goals for the Core Four Clinical Pathway Programs:
Decrease overall risk of hospital readmission for each patient
Improve Section GG patient outcome scoring and quality measures.
Provide evidence-based programming and therapy support specific to medical diagnosis.
Decrease therapy driven length-of-stay (LOS) through improved care planning
Provide ongoing and interactive education and support to patients, families/caregivers and facility staff
Provide an atmosphere of success, sustainability, and integrity