Rehabilitation Therapy

Rehabilitation PictureThere has been a continual shift in where certain health care services are provided to consumers. One example is when older individuals are hospitalized for acute medical conditions and orthopedic surgeries. While hospitals remain the entry point into the health care system for many people, skilled nursing facilities, generally referred to as nursing homes, have become, more and more, an integral part of the overall health care delivery system. As such, post-surgical patient stays at nursing homes are far more frequent today than ever, and hospitals across the country are aligning themselves with quality skilled nursing facilities such as White River Lodge to ensure safe transitional care outcomes.

We recognize the distinct needs of those seeking short-term rehabilitative services. Our contracted team of therapy professionals works hard to help you regain the highest level of independence possible, with oversight from your physician and his or her knowledge of your health care needs and functional abilities. Whether you’ve experienced a stroke, heart attack, hip or knee replacement, or any other condition for which your level of independence has declined, White River Lodge is ready to work with you to regain your functional ability through our physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapy services.

Testimonials

“If you need to go somewhere to recuperate think about WRL. I just saw my heart doctor this past week for a checkup. He said there was no reason I could not have my surgery and I told him the only way I would have the surgery is if he sent me to White River Lodge for my therapy to resuperate. The reason is this place is just one BIG family! I love every resident, nurse and all the CNAs. I love the therapist and the activity center staff. It was the greatest during my last stay. The office gals were great to answer all my questions. I just feel that White River Lodge is the best place for therapy as well as to live when the time comes I have to need it.”
Sue Cagle

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