Rehabilitation Services

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At Adventist Health Delano, we feature comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services to help patients reach their maximum possible rehabilitation potential.

Who uses Physical or Rehabilitative Therapy?

Those who benefit most from physical therapy are individuals who are in need of restoring injured body parts, increasing flexibility, or building strength. We also help improve posture and alignment, which if left uncorrected can cause damaging musculoskeletal conditions. Additionally, we help patients who have undergone surgeries and who are in need of therapy to regain optimal physical functionality.

Physical Therapy

Our professional and caring staff can help patients improve their strength, reduce pain, achieve independence and prevent future injuries.

We specialize in:

Helping individual that lose mobility and function due to pain, injury, weakness, paralysis or a result of a disease process.

Who will benefit?: All patients with:

  • Neck and Back problems
  • Knee injuries/ankle or leg strains
  • Rehabilitation after hip, knee, leg, and ankle surgery
  • Wound Care
  • Neurological impairments after a stroke, spinal cord injury, head injury
  • Sports injuries
  • Tendonitis
  • Arthritis

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy can help patients regain, develop, and build the skills necessary to restore Independence in every day living.

Who will benefit? All patients with:

  • Work related injuries or repetitive stress injuries like tendonities and carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Limitations after a stroke, spinal cord injuries, head injuries, burns
  • Developmental disabilities injuries or broken bone resulting from falls or sports injuries (shoulder-hand rehabilitation)

We also offer:

  • Orthotics/splinting
  • Work-site evaluation/ergonomics
  • Cognitive re-training

Speech-Language Pathology

Who will benefit?

  • Cognitive Impairments (including acquired/receptive language, resonance, hearing, or voice (including laryngeal speech) in the ICU, acute, SCU and outpatient settings.
  • Oropharyngeal swallowing assessments for patients that have weak or absent swallow injury, and including ventilator-dependent patients and/or patients that have dysphagia.
  • Clinical examinations at bedside and instrumented studies in cooperation with Radiology are available