We provide therapists on-site to help you get the treatment you deserve. Our therapists work with patients and their families to provide balanced and continual care. Our extensive rehabilitation services emphasize achievement and dignity. Each resident’s recovery potential is strictly assessed and established goals for improvement. Our rehabilitation program is exclusively provided by EVA CARE INC., a specialized Rehabilitation Service provider to various Skilled Nursing Facilities such as physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech-language pathology. Each therapist is properly trained and certified in their field of specialty.
Physical Therapy is mainly to assist residents and patients to achieve their maximum functional mobility skills. Individualized treatment programs are designed to alleviate pain, correct deformities, prevent disability, and restore functional ability to the highest level. Here at Empress Care Center, a team of licensed therapist are available to work with each resident to reduce pain and improve strength, balance, mobility and endurance.
Occupational Therapy concerns with persons’ performance in activities necessary for daily life, and provides specialized services that enhance the abilities of individuals to perform and to achieve satisfaction in their daily occupations. Programs are individually designed to assist them to reach the highest independent level in all daily living skills. Our occupational therapist treats conditions of the upper extremity. Residents learn how to increase their independence with everyday task such as dressing and bathing safely.
Speech-Language Pathologists conduct evaluation and implement individual treatment programs for residents and patients with speech, language, and swallowing disorders. Communication skills are enhanced and techniques to ensure safe swallowing are taught. Rehabilitation therapy involves direct manipulation of muscles, joints and other parts of the body affected by an injury or chronic illness. Strength training, heat treatments, massage and supervised exercises may all be elements of rehabilitation therapy.