DepartmentsShort TermLong TermCardiopulmonary
  • Rehabilitation/ Physiatry Medicine
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech -Language Pathology
  • Therapeutic Recreation
  • Rehabilitation Nursing
  • Respiratory Therapy
  • Strengthening and Conditioning
  • Medically Complex- Cardio-Pulmonary Specialty Program
  • Orthopedic and Fracture and Surgery Recovery
    • Joint Replacement
    • Total Knee
    • Total Hip
    • Shoulder Replacements
    • Fractures
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Parkinson’s Disease Program
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Brain Injury
  • Neurological Reeducation
  • Back/Spinal Surgery Recovery
  • Prosthetic Management and Amputee Program
  • Pain Management
  • Arthritis / Joint protection
  • Balance and Vestibular Management
  • Lymphedema Management
  • Wound Management
  • Aural Communication Program
  • Continence Improvement
  • Diabetic Management and Interventions
  • Bariatric Programming
  • Dysphagia Rehabilitation/ Feeding management
  • Low Vision Management
  • Energy Conservation/Work simplification
  • Medication Management
  • Community Re- entry


  • Wheelchair Clinic
  • Contracture / Orthotics Clinic / Prosthetic Clinic
  • Falls Prevention / Mobility Clinic

Fall Prevention programming

  • Safety
  • Balance
  • Strengthening
  • Environmental adaptation
  • Modality Treatment

Multiple Sclerosis / Parkinson’s Disease / Stroke Program and Management

Contracture Management Rehabilitation

Wheelchair Seating and Positioning

Dementia- Cognitive Specialty Programming

  • Alzheimer’s Rehabilitation
  • Allen Cognitive Level testing
  • Cognitive Retraining
  • Activities Specialty Programming

Geri-psych Programming

Activates/Leisure Identifications Program

Restraint Reduction


  • Occupational Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology and Restorative Dining
  • Dining Rounds

Happy Feet Program

Walk to Dine Program

Cardiac Rehabilitation is effective in managing Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), Ischemic Heart Disease (IHD), and Cardiomyopathy. Cardiac Rehabilitation is also effective in managing post-surgical heart valve surgery, Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery (CABG), Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) implantation, and heart transplants.

Pulmonary Rehabilitation is used to manage Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Interstitial Lung Disease (i.e. pulmonary fibrosis, asbestosis, etc.), and Pulmonary Hypertension. It also aides in post-surgical lung resection, pneumonectomy and lung transplantation.

The majority of our patients in Cardiac Rehabilitation are CHF and IHD patients. In our Pulmonary Rehabilitation program, most of our patients have COPD. Also, many of our patients have co-morbid conditions (COPD and CHF).

The cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program features a multidiscipline approach to manage medically complex patients. The featured components of our program includes:

Patient Assessment

  • Medical History: including cardiovascular (including peripheral vascular and cerebrovascular) and pulmonary diagnoses, prior cardiovascular procedures (including assessment of left ventricular function)symptoms, and co-morbidities
  • Medical assessments by our board – certified cardiologists and pulmonologists
  • Physical assessment by our highly skilled nursing and therapeutic staff
  • Individual Treatment Plans which reflect the patient evaluation with detailed priorities for risk reduction and rehabilitation
  • Development and implementation of short-term and long-term goals and strategies to reduce disability and subsequent cardiovascular disease risk

Nutritional Counseling

  • Obtain estimates of daily caloric intake and dietary content (fats, carbohydrates, protein)
  • Assess eating habits and alcohol consumption
  • Individualize diet plan and educate patient and family/caregivers regarding dietary goals and how to attain them
  • Prescribe specific dietary modifications to improve lipid levels


  • Assess treatment and compliance

Smoking Cessation

  • Assessment of smoking status
  • Assess for confounding psychosocial issues
  • Encourage physician, staff, and family support
  • Provide individual education and counseling by program staff, supplemented by self – learning materials

Weight Management

Diabetes Management

Psychosocial Management

Physical Activity Counseling

  • Assess current activity levels and determine domestic, occupational, and recreational needs
  • Develop exercise program to meet individual needs and provide educational counseling
  • Advise low-impact aerobic activity to minimize risk of injury
  • Set goals to increase physical activity

Exercise Training

  • Exercise evaluation, including assessment of heart rate and rhythm, signs, symptoms, ST segment changes and exercise capacity
  • Structured exercise program which may include EKG monitoring as deemed necessary