Specialized Rehabilitation Programs
Whether you're having trouble hearing, experiencing dizzy spells, dealing with arthritic pain or managing another condition, Genesis Rehabilitation Services may be able to help with a specialized program.
Rock Steady Boxing
Genesis Rehabilitation Services is one of the first in the state to offer Rock Steady Boxing. Rock Steady Boxing is a non-contact fitness program designed to improve Parkinson’s patients’ movements. Parkinson’s disease is characterized by tremors, slow movements, rigidity, unstable posture and freezing movements. Learn more.
Warm water eases stiff and achy muscles and joints. The therapeutic pool at the Muskingum Recreation Center allows you to exercise with less pressure on your body and provides support or resistance for weak muscles. For more information, call (740) 455-5151.
People of all ages—from infants to seniors—can get hearing tests through Genesis HealthCare System. If you’re diagnosed with hearing loss, a care team will guide you through aural rehabilitation and fit you for hearing aids.
You or a loved one may also benefit from:
For more information, call (740) 454-4713 or 800-322-4762, ext. 4713.
Certified Hand Therapy
You depend on your hands all day, so if you have a serious hand injury or condition, you want to stay near home for rehabilitation. Turn to Genesis’ certified hand therapist, who has thousands of hours of experience and is one of only two such professionals in southeastern Ohio. For more information, call the Center for Occupational & Outpatient Rehabilitation (COOR) at (740) 455-5151.
Vestibular (Balance) Rehabilitation
If you experience balance problems, dizziness or motion sickness, you could have a vestibular (inner ear) disorder, especially if you're over the age of 40.
Genesis' vestibular therapists perform visual screenings, positioning tests, coordination tests and balance and gait analysis to diagnose your condition. Our therapists also work closely with physicians; neurologists; ear, nose and throat specialists (ENTs); and audiologists to develop the best course of rehabilitation and plan for your treatment.
For more information on vestibular rehab, call (740) 455-5151 or 877-455-5151.