Rehabilitation at Treyton Oak Towers is focused on helping people recover sooner. We have an advanced healthcare method in short-stay rehabilitation after a hospital stay as well as outpatient therapy for our campus residents. Our highly skilled team of licensed physical, occupational and speech therapists are fully committed to restoring and improving your quality of life.
We develop a personalized recovery plan unique to you. Our therapy team performs a thorough review to assess your needs to complete your rehabilitation journey. Your program of care may include physical, occupational, or speech therapy, or a combination of these services. We work closely with nursing and your doctor and monitor and report progress on a daily basis. Every success is to be celebrated as you work to get stronger and heal during this time.
Specialized Rehabilitation Programs
Our highly skilled therapists receive ongoing training and use the most researched and advanced therapy interventions to treat your specific condition. We use a combination of hands-on therapy in addition to exercise equipment and technology designed for quick healing. Our clinical specialties include but are not limited to:
- Bone & Joint Recovery
- Sprains & Strains
- Post Orthopedic Surgeries
- Cardiac Recovery
- Stroke Recovery
- Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
- Cardiopulmonary Conditions
- Edema Management
- Pain Management
- Neurological Conditions
State-of-the Art Rehab Center
Our therapy gym was designed as a place for hope and recovery. The Kitchen, Bath and Laundry simulation area allows rehab guests to practice life skills and activities of daily living so they can return home as independent as possible.
- Strength training and cardio-endurance equipment
- Electrical Stimulation
- Ultrasound Therapy
- Private Treatment Area
From day one, our care team is working together to plan for your discharge and to ensure that your transition home is smooth. Your living space may need some modifications to safely access your rooms and to perform daily living activities such as bathing, cooking, sleeping, etc. Your therapist may perform a home visit to suggest home modifications, adaptive equipment recommendations and tips needed for your safety.
Maintenance Wellness Program
The journey does not end after discharging from therapy. It is so important for individuals to continue the exercises learned during therapy to maintain their strength and independence. At Treyton Oak Towers, we have a full-time Wellness Coordinator that offers personal training, wellness consultations, group exercise classes and 1-on-1 fitness instruction. We want to make sure our residents are living healthy and happy.
Physical therapists are experts in the treatment of muscles, bones and nerve conditions/injuries that affect peoples’ abilities to move and function in their daily lives. Physical therapists focus on providing their patients with a customized treatment regimen and exercise needed to regain strength, flexibility, balance, and most of all, confidence.
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Occupational Therapy provides an individual with the tools and techniques to overcome obstacles from injury/illness to return to normal function of everyday life. Occupational therapists work with individuals to relearn how to dress, bathe, prepare meals, manage medication, and perform light house duties. This goes beyond physical therapy where mobility is the key. Occupational therapy works on the finely-tuned motor movements to perform specialized tasks. In some cases, an injury leaves a patient without the ability to do a task, so an occupational therapist can teach compensation techniques and ways to alter the environment around them.
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Speech-language pathologists provide evaluation and treatment of defects and disorders of the voice and of spoken and written communication. Speech therapy also evaluates and treats neurological and physical disorders and conditions caused by an injury or illness such as Dysphagia (problems swallowing), Apraxia (disorder of motor planning) and Dysarthria (motor speech disorder). With therapy, patients can restore their ability to communicate effectively, even if it is different than before.
Our licensed, highly skilled therapists are specialists in treating conditions just like yours. You can count on our team to work with you one-on-one while using the most researched and effective therapy programs and interventions to help you achieve your highest outcome.
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Our Therapy Team
Caity Bright, MS, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist, Rehab Manager
Natalie Buckman MS, CCC-SLP Speech Language Pathologist
Katie Pass, COTA/L Occupational Therapy Assistant
Allerie Hanlon, PT, DPT, Physical Therapist
Beth Howard, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist
Melissa Jenkins, PTA, Physical Therapist Assistant