Our dedicated staff is trained in the latest advances in rehabilitative medicine in order to restore confidence, dignity, and a sense of self-worth. Our therapist and staff realize that recovering from procedures can be emotionally and physically challenging. That is why we are able to provide an extensive rehab program that will help you attain your goals and return home safely and quickly. Here are a few custom treatment programs:
Stroke is the leading cause of adult disability in the United States. Four million stroke survivors are unable to return to enjoy their full freedom and prior level of independence. Recent research has improved medical treatment and rehabilitation techniques that allow for a more rapid and complete recovery from a stroke.
Treatments options include:
Electrical Stimulation, the controlled and comfortable delivery of electrical pulses introduced to patients to improve or restore strength and movement.
Ultrasound and Electromagnetic Energy, high frequency energy delivered from sound and electro-magnetic waves can comfortably decrease pain and loosen tight joints.
Speech Language Pathology, focusses not only on relearning how to talk and communicate again, but also helps teach stroke patients how to swallow again so that they can once again enjoy the taste and satisfaction of eating REAL food. Speech Therapists also work on cognitive or mental exercises so patients can begin to once again organize their thoughts and recall words and ideas.
Ideally, rehabilitation should begin as quickly as possible, including both physical and mental exercise.
Orthopedic & Joint Replacement Programs
According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, more than 500,000 hip and knee replacements are performed each year. These surgeries have been successful in eliminating pain and restoring function and activity to patients. Immediate side effects of surgery are swelling, stiffness, pain, limited range of motion and weakness in the joint.
Our programs use advanced techniques that reduce pain and swelling while accelerating strength and mobility to help patients return to an active lifestyle.
Infrared Therapy, high frequency sound waves combined with infrared therapy bring comfort to painful joints and muscles while you recover from surgery.
Exercises & Electrical Stimulation, combining slow, gentle stretches and strengthening exercises with the controlled and comfortable delivery of electrical pulses restores muscle strength and movement.
Physical & Occupational Therapy, working one-on-one with patients to improve standing, balance, walking, stair climbing, safety awareness, bathing techniques and other activities of daily that we often take for granted.
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), CHF affects more than five million Americans and is a leading cause of hospitalization and death for people over the age of 65. Shortness of breath, feeling run-down or tired, swelling in feet, ankles, or legs, weight gain from fluid buildup, confusion or anxiety are all symptoms that CHF may be effecting you.
Electrical Stimulation, gentle electrical pulses delivered to the arms, legs and body can help improve circulation, blood flow, strength and movement-even among those who have been weakened by CHF.
Omni-Cycle, a special motorized rehabilitation system can help exercise the upper and lower body- even when a patient feels too tired or weak to exercise.
Registered Dietitian, recommends specific diets that reduce complications caused by CHF. Fluid intake, sodium amounts and weights
Spring Creek believes that education is the key to overcoming and successfully managing CHF. Patient and family care planning and education begin immediately. Monitoring of your diet and weight and vital signs are a priority. Any changes in your symptoms are addressed before they cause complications. Vitals are taken before and during your therapy exercises. Your recovery begins with less stressful activities and gradually increase.
Other Cardiac Conditions Treated
- Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG)
- Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
- Heart Attack (MI)
- Heart Valve Replacement
- Pacemaker Placement
- Defibrillator Placement
Other Medical Conditions
- Feeding Tubes
- Chest Tubes
- Advanced Wound Care
- IV Antibiotic Therapy
- Pain Management
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)