Programs & Professionals to Meet Your Needs
At Wright’s Rehabilitation Center, you will find a team of highly trained nurses and therapists dedicated to helping you achieve your highest level of function and independence.
Our Therapists have advanced training and experience in meeting the healthcare and emotional challenges of the senior adult.
Our therapists and nurses have expertise in the following areas:
- CVA (Stroke
- Orthopedic Injury
- Arthritis Management
- Medically Complex Patient
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Cognitive & Memory Deficit
- Knee, Hip & Shoulder Rehab
- Back Pain/Spinal Conditions
- Following Back/Neck Surgery
- Amputation Recovery
- Post Acute Rehab
- Post Surgical Care
- I.V. Therapy Restorative Care
- Diabetic Care
- Pain Management
Rehabilitation Center Divisions
Wright’s has the knowledgeable and skilled nursing staff to meet your healthcare needs. We have programs specializing in dementia care, short term rehabilitation following illness or hospitalization, long term care and wound care. Our nursing staff strives to stay abreast of the latest trends and developments in healthcare. We will work with you, your physician and the entire rehab team to provide compassionate and highly skilled clinical care.
Our Physical Therapists will work with you and your physician to create a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs and goals. Our focus is on maximizing your functional independence by improving muscle strength, joint motion, coordination and balance. Pain relieving treatments are also used to promote comfort and mobility.
Our Occupational Therapists will assist you with maximizing your activities of daily living. These include dressing, grooming, bathing, self-feeding and toileting. Assessment and instruction in the use of adaptive equipment is often performed to promote safety and independence.
The Speech and Language Pathology Department provides comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic services for adults experiencing swallowing and communication problems arising from neurological impairments. The role of the therapist includes determining safe diets and treatment plans for remediation of swallowing problems, the speech pathologist also develops remediation and strategy training for impairments noted in the areas of reading, writing, speaking, memory, attention and judgement.