“My wife has been at Woodridge Health and Rehabilitation for a year. Since her stroke, you were able to get her speech and swallow back to near normal. She is improving in many ways due to the ongoing socialization and care provided. Patients are out in the dining areas, garden area, or the hallways. Loneliness does not occur at Woodridge like so many other facilities where patients are mostly kept in their rooms. The nursing care is first rate; I should know because my wife was an RN and I am a practicing physician. Thanks for all you do”.
– A. Cowen
The most important thing you can do for yourself after a hospital stay is to take enough time to fully recover from your illness or surgery. Woodridge Health & Rehabilitation offers Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Therapy 7 days a week. If anyone is considering rehabilitation to home program or long-term stay, our therapy team can assist in a comfortable and safe transition for the patient. Woodridge offers treatment tailored for individual needs. In addition, the use of Accelerated Care Plus (ACP) modalities target Pain Management, Osteo-Arthritis and other diagnoses which further assist the patient with marked improvement.
After completion of therapy, Woodridge offers Restorative Nursing Programs, 7 days a week to further assist patients.
- Decrease pain through exercise & stretching
- Improve strength
- Maintain effective function of the body through restorative exercise
- Improve balance and the ability to care for oneself
- Safety Awareness education
- Education for safe use of walker or other assistive devices
Woodridge wants to help you get back home with the highest level of independence!
The goal is to move the patient toward greater independence and mobility; either unassisted or with assistive devices. The licensed physical therapist will focus on improvement, coordination, balance, strength, and endurance.
The goal is to assess personal self-care and daily living skills. Woodridge therapists will provide modified techniques and/or adaptive devices to assist in adapting the skills necessary for Activities of Daily Living (ADL).
The goal is to assess and provide treatment for individuals with disorders of speech, language, swallowing and communications. Woodridge will develop a program to help the patient recover lost skills or develop new skills.