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Rehabilitation Services

The Physical Medicine Program at Redlands Community Hospital is designed to help our patients recover from debilitating injuries and illnesses. Severe medical conditions put great strain on the body, and sometimes you need continued care after you discharge from the hospital. In rehabilitation, specially-trained therapists assess your condition and design a personalized treatment plan to aid in your recovery.

Physical Therapy

You and your physical therapy team will work together to restore body function and increase your independence. Our physical therapists are trained to work with patients from infants to seniors. Your therapists will continuously evaluate your progress and make adjustments as necessary throughout your program. Physical therapy may be beneficial if you’ve suffered from:

  • Stroke or Neurological condition
  • Chronic, joint or post-surgical pain
  • Severe injury that impaired function
  • Balance Impairments
  • Impaired Mobility

Occupational Therapy

While similar to physical therapy, occupational therapy is focused more on helping you perform specific functions of daily living. Depending on the severity of your condition, your occupational therapist may help you with tasks such as dressing yourself, holding utensils or getting in the shower. Your therapist can help you with whatever aspects of your life your condition has made challenging for you.

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapists treat patients with communication and/or swallowing difficulties. Several disorders can make communication or swallowing difficult, including strokes and neurological or genetic conditions. Our speech therapy team works with patients of all ages to develop unique treatment plans. Your plan will help you learn or regain your ability to speak through oral exercises and speech practices and improve your ability to swallow through specific strategies.

Cardiac Rehabilitation

After suffering a heart attack or cardiac event, you will need to make some lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of another. Starting a new and extreme exercise program after your event can seriously strain your heart. In our supervised cardiac rehabilitation program, a trained registered nurse will create a safe, well-paced exercise routine and healthy diet to improve your heart’s function and blood flow.

Our rehabilitation programs operate from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Limited weekend/holiday visits may be available.
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