RRH rehabilitation services are centered around helping patients regain independence at home, at work and in the community. Rehab offers the most comprehensive array of services in the IWV with Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech-Language Pathology for acute and outpatient settings. We are able to treat any orthopedic or neurological condition or injury utilizing skilled, experienced therapists who focus on your individual needs. We utilize advanced equipment including Biodex ergometers, Litegait unweighting systems, Biodex balance, and electro-thermal modalities.
Physical therapy helps patients regain both strength and mobility after an injury due to illness or from a condition. Our physical therapists address your need to return to both work and play, sporting activities or routines of daily life. We have physical therapists who are skilled in the treatment of orthopedic and sports injuries utilizing their experience in manual therapy techniques and exercise program planning. We also have physical therapists who are experienced in the treatment of neurological disorders and injuries including stroke, Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain injury and multiple sclerosis.
Physical Therapy Links
- Move Forward: Physical Therapy Brings Motion to Life
- Preparing for Your Visit with a Physical Therapist
Occupational therapy involves the rehabilitation of patients who have difficulty performing the activities of daily living, including dressing and grooming as well as work and leisure activities. Our occupational therapists are skilled in providing treatment designed to maximize patient function.
Occupational therapists also treat hand and upper extremity function and injury for cumulative trauma, tendon repairs, fractures, scarring and neurological deficits.
Occupational Therapy Links
Speech therapy focuses on the treatment of problems with language, speaking, communication, and swallowing. Our speech therapists are skilled in comprehensive swallowing assessments including video-fluoroscopic studies as well as cognitive linguistic disorders, utilizing these techniques to develop an individualized treatment regimen to maximize the ability of each patient.
Speech-Language Therapy Links
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association: Making effective communication, a human right, accessible and achievable for all
Our multi-disciplinary approach to outpatient rehabilitation services includes treatment for a wide array of conditions including:
- Orthopedic Conditions
- Work Related Injuries
- Neurological Disorders
- Stroke & Traumatic Brain Injury
- Hand Injury & Trauma
- Acute & Chronic Pain Disorders
- Linguistic/Swallowing Difficulties
- Vestibular & Balance Disorders
- Muscle/Joint Sprains & Strains
- Pediatric Developmental Delay
- Post-Operative Joint/Tendon Repair
We have several staff members certified in the following:
- OCS – Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
- CSCS – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
- NEURO-IFRAH approach in the treatment and management of patients affected by stroke or brain injury.
- Kinesio Taping method (KTM).
- IASTM (Graston)
To make an appointment, please call (760) 499-3631 between the business hours of 8 AM – 5 PM, Monday through Friday. Please arrive 15 minutes before your first appointment to complete registration information. Bring your insurance cards, photo ID, and your doctor’s prescription for treatment. Free parking is available on facility grounds.
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2017 National Occupational Therapy Month
Occupational Therapy – Living life to its fullest. April is OT month and is designed to recognize the impact that occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistance make as we help people across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities.
We encourage you to browe the OT links below to learn about the benefits of occupational therapy.
2017 National Better Hearing and Speech Month
Helping people communicate. May is Better Hearing and Speech Month and is designed to recognize the impact that speech-language therapists and assistants make as we raise public awareness, knowledge, and understanding of the various forms of communication impairments that include those of hearing, speech, language, and voice. communication impairments affect the most vulnerable in our society – the young, the aged, the disabled, and the poor.
We encourage you to browse the SLP links below to learn about he benefits of speech-language.
AOTA’s National School Backpack Awareness Day
On the third Wednesday of each September, we celebrate the American Occupational Therapy Association’s National School backpack Awareness Day! Join AOTA and occupational therapy practitioners, educators, and students across the country on September 20, 2017, as we help others Live Life To Its Fullest by avoiding the pain and injury that can come from heavy backpacks and bags.
Click on the following links for tips on packing and carrying bags and backpacks.
2017 National Physical Therapy Month
National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM) is an annual commemoration held each October by the American Physical therapy Association (APTA). NPTM is designed to recognize the impact that physical therapists and physical therapist assistants make in restoring and improving motion in people’s lives.
We encourage you to browse the P.T. link below as well as the Pinterest and YouTube links to learn about the benefits of physical therapy.
Additional Resource Links
Outpatient Therapy Services
Tel: (760) 499-3631, Fax: (760) 499-3636
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