Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation

The Rehab Clinic at Versailles Health Care Center employs 14 full-time local therapists to serve the community’s rehabilitation needs 7 days a week.

Our therapy team is made up of physical, occupational, speech, and pulmonary therapists with experience in treating a variety of neurological, orthopedic, and medical conditions, including pain management, contracture management, and urinary incontinence management. Each patient’s rehabilitation program is designed to address the specific needs of the individual in order to allow them to return to their maximum independence.

Our rehabilitation program includes:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech and pulmonary rehab therapy
  • Cardiac Recovery
  • Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Program
  • Continence Improvement Program
  • Contracture Management
  • Dysphagia Management and Treatment
  • Fall Management
  • Orthopedic Fracture Recovery
  • Pain Management and Modalities
  • Patient/Family Training and Education
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation
  • Respiratory Specialty Program
  • Stroke (CVA) Recovery Program
  • VIP (Validation In Process)
  • Wound Care and Skin Management
  • 24-hour admissions services
  • Therapy offered 7 days a week
  •  Outpatient therapy
  • Therapy pre-registration
  • State-of-the-art therapy gym
  • 24-hour lab and pharmacy services

Homeward Bound 
Homeward Bound is a short-term rehabilitation program, which focuses on addressing the specific needs of each patient. Treatment programs are individualized in order to allow our patients to reach their maximum potential. Because we believe that family support and education are vital aspects in providing excellence in care and assisting the patient to maximize functional ability and independence, family involvement in the rehabilitation process is encouraged.

The Homeward Bound program provides ongoing evaluation and treatment for those who want to increase their functional levels in:

  • ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) including feeding, toileting, dressing, mobility, transfers, urinary incontinence, and more.
  • Safe ambulating on various surfaces throughout the home and community.
  • Increasing strength and endurance to be able to manage independently or at a lower level of assistance.
  • Wound management, respiratory health, contracture management, stroke recovery, orthopedic-fracture recovery and much more.

Balance Rehab Therapy Program Components include: Vestibular assessment, posture stabilization, visual habituation, dynamic and static balance components.

Cardiac Recovery Program Components include: Personalized exercise plan, nutrition counseling, 24/7 medical surveillance, risk factor management, and comprehensive discharge planning.

Orthopedic and Fracture Recovery Program Components include: Pain management, skin/incision care, nutritional assessment, positioning, gait and transfer training, ambulation over various surfaces, restoration of activities of daily living and home evaluation to determine if special equipment is needed at the time of discharge.

Power Over Parkinson’s Specialty Program Components include: LSVT BIG and LOUD certified therapies, monthly support meetings, and weekly exercise group.

Pediatric Speech Services Program Components include: Individualized treatments for language disorders, articulation delays, Autism Spectrum Disorders, fluency, feeding/swallowing, and aural rehab.

Pulmonary Program Components include: Exercise training of the upper and lower body plus ventilatory muscle training, respiratory therapist supervision, energy conservation, psychological support, educational programs, and home evaluation to determine if special equipment is needed at the time of discharge.

Sports Medicine Program Components include: Personalized treatment plan and modalities for sports related acute and subacute injuries, chronic and repetitive injuries, injury prevention, return to play post-surgery, and performance improvement. Sportsmetrics camps offered twice yearly.

Stroke Recovery Program Components include: Safe swallowing, speech retraining, ambulation and gait training on multiple surfaces, transfers and mobility, use of adaptive equipment, and home evaluation to determine if special equipment is needed at time of discharge.

Wound Care Program Components include: Consultation with general surgeon and wound specialist, advanced wound care products, wound vac therapy, electrotherapy, ultrasound, short wave diathermy, sharp wound debridement, hydrotherapy, positioning techniques and devices, and nutritional assessment.

State of the Art Therapy Equipment

Accelerated Care Plus (ACP)

We utilize the same technology as professional sports teams to decrease pain and accelerate healing using equipment such as electrostimulation (E-stim), OmniCycle, diathermy, infra-red, and ultrasound. Here are just a few of the conditions that Versailles Health Care Center can treat with this superior equipment.

  • Wound Healing
  • Continence Improvement
  • Pain Management
  • Contracture Management
  • Arthritis Management
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Knee and Hip Replacement
  • Stroke Rehab

Litegait

Litegait is a treadmill and support system to help patients stand while exercising. If you suffer from weak and painful joints, decreased balance or stability, poor walking, or decreased endurance, the Litegait can help.

VitalStim 
VitalStim Therapy is therapeutic intervention for use in the treatment of swallowing disorders. It is a noninvasive method that reeducates the throat muscles to promote swallowing through the application of NMES (neuromuscular electrical stimulation).