The Mary Newill Therapy Center staff is dedicated to helping our residents achieve ultimate results in physical therapy and rehabilitation.
In the Mary Newill Therapy Center, tranquil surroundings, atrium views, and private treatment rooms house the latest, state-of-the-art equipment, and yet feels more like a luxury spa than a place for the serious work of rehabilitation. The soothing and peaceful environment helps residents focus on the task at hand – returning to everyday living.
Our highly skilled staff of professional therapists design and manage individual rehabilitation programs which enable them to coach and support residents every step of the way in:
Our Physical Therapists focus on maximizing patients’ ability to move through his or her environment in order to interact with family, friends, and associates. Strengthening muscles, balance training, and maximizing functional skills are a few examples of activities typically addressed by a physical therapist.
Occupational therapy is skilled treatment that helps individuals achieve independence in all facets of their lives. Occupational therapy assists people in developing the “skills for the job of living” necessary for independent and satisfying lives. Services typically include:
- Customized treatment programs to improve one’s ability to perform daily activities
- Comprehensive home evaluations with adaptation recommendations
- Performance skills assessments and treatment
- Adaptive equipment recommendations and usage training
- Guidance to family members and caregivers
Some of the health conditions that benefit from occupational therapy include:
- Lower back problems or repetitive stress injuries
- Limitations following a stroke or heart attack
- Arthritis, multiple sclerosis, or other serious chronic conditions
- Birth injuries, learning problems, or developmental disabilities
- Mental health or behavioral problems including Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress
- Burns, spinal cord injuries, or amputations
- Broken bones or other injuries from falls, sports injuries, or accidents
- Vision or cognitive problems that threaten the ability to drive
Treatment in which speech and language needs of an individual patient are addressed, may also include oral/motor therapy.