Tests & Treatments

  • Neurology Rehab

Neurological Rehabilitation

Whether you've had a brain, neck or back injury or suffered a stroke, our rehabilitation team can help you get back to what you love to do. Our CARF Accredited Rehabilitation Program has served the community for more than 30 years, and our rehabilitation team has the experience, skill and compassion to help you regain your independence.

Stroke

If you’ve had a stroke, you may have trouble doing the activities you used to do or just doing everyday chores. These activities are addressed in our stroke rehabilitation program.

Goals are Set

A therapist will work with you to set specifics based on your needs. The goals may include the following areas:

  • Self-care, communication, mobility skills, and balance retraining
  • Management of swallowing deficits
  • Home management
  • Community reintegration
  • Evaluation of potential to return home
  • Individualized team-based discharge planning

Your involvement as a family member is very important to your loved one’s recovery process.

For more information on stroke rehab, call (740) 454-4218 or 800-322-4762, ext. 4218.

View additional info about Stroke.

Back & Neck

If you've had a back or neck injury, reducing pain and getting back to your daily routine is at the top of your list. Our back and neck rehab therapists can help you do just that.

Your injury requires specialized treatment and the therapist will work with you to develop a plan to get you back into life through a variety of treatment techniques. One such treatment is the McKenzie Method®, a successful treatment used to reduce pain and increase strength through a series of exercises taught by therapists trained in the method.

For more information on back and neck rehab, call (740) 455-5151 or  877-455-5151.

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Brain Injury

The brain injury rehabilitation program is designed for patients with non-traumatic or traumatic brain injuries and their families. The therapists work with the family to help the brain injury survivors reach their highest possible level of functional independence.

Goals are Set

Specific goals are established for your loved one, based on needs, and may include the following areas:

  • Self-care, communication, mobility skills, and balance retraining
  • Management of swallowing deficits
  • Home management
  • Community reintegration
  • Evaluation of potential to return home
  • Individualized team-based discharge planning

Your involvement as a family member is very important to your loved one’s recovery process. Family education programs are offered for stroke patients and their caregivers, providing information about cause of strokes, risk factors and stroke recovery processes.

For more information on stroke rehab, call (740) 454-4218 or 800-322-4762, ext. 4218.

Additional Links

Stroke Certification Seal

Nervous System Symptom Check

Brain and SpineIf you have symptoms that you think might be related to your nervous symptom, use our symptom checker for guidance on whether and how soon you should seek medical attention.