Rehabilitation takes many forms, and the staff at Bear Hill is well versed in a wide variety of recuperative in-patient rehabilitation therapies designed to help patients regain their confidence and re-integrate with the community smoothly and successfully.
Our rehab services staff
Therapy regimes at Bear Hill Rehab are conducted by registered Physical Therapists, registered Occupational Therapists and Speech Pathologists. We provide around-the-clock treatment and supervision for our rehab patients; progress is continuously monitored by certified rehabilitation professionals.
Our staff is trained and adept at rehabilitation of a wide variety of ailments, including:
Fracture or broken hip
Joint injury or replacement
Arthritis of the spine and other joints
Each day, staff members bring to their job a commitment to the goal of helping the patient return to his or her maximum functional potential after suffering a life-altering event. Therapy regimens at Bear Hill Rehab are conducted by experienced rehabilitation physicians, therapists, nurses and social workers, bringing a broad range of patient support across many disciplines to our rehab programs.
Our staff is professionally trained to follow rehabilitative protocols designed to achieve the best possible results in re-gaining communication skills, improving mobility, strength training for using wheelchairs and walkers, carrying out daily activities (such as toileting, bathing, dressing and cooking), and improving muscle function. They provide motivation and emotional support to help patients cope with alterations in their life that have resulted from injury or illness.
Our patients typically have a very structured day, designed to make the process as efficient and effective as possible. Part of the day is devoted to follow-up medical care designed to address ongoing physical issues, and part of the day involves physical and occupational therapy to help the patient build up strength and functional skills.
Duration of treatment varies depending on the severity of the condition and potential for improvement. This differs widely depending on the condition being treated and the patient's involvement in his/her rehabilitation program.