What We Treat

  • Skilled Nursing
  • > Case management
    > Diabetes Care/Education
    > Patients & Family education/ IV Therapy

    Registered nurse (RN), treats, educate patients and caregivers about various medical conditions, and provides advice and emotional support to patient’s family members. RN records patient’s medical histories and symptoms, helps perform diagnostic tests and analyzes results, operate medical machinery, administers treatment and medications, and helps with patient follow-up and rehabilitation. Some skills include Wound Care/Dressing Changes, Catheter Care, Tube Feedings/Care, Ostomy Care.

  • Home Health AIDE
  • > Assistance with personal care & ADL's

    Home health aides supplement nurse's care by helping patients with daily personal tasks. Aide can assist with bathing, dressing, changing linens and preparing meals. He/she can also assist with simple exercise and help patient with walking.

  • Physical Therapy
  • > Pain Relief
    > Restoring muscle strenght & joint movement
    > Graded therapeutic exercise
    > Joint Replacement Therapy
    > Home exercise program
    > Anodyne Therapy

    A Physical therapist (PT) provides services that help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients suffering from injuries or disease. Restores, maintains, and promotes overall fitness and health. Therapist examines patient’s medical histories and then test and measure the patient’s strength, range of motion, balance and coordination, posture, muscle performance, respiration, and motor function.   Next, physical therapist develops plans describing a treatment strategy and its anticipated outcome.

  • Occupational Therapy
  • > Restoring self care skills
    > Training adaptive equipment
    > ADL Training
    > Muscle Re-education

    Occupational therapist (OTs) helps people improve their ability to perform tasks in their daily living and working environments. Occupational therapists assist clients in performing activities of all types, ranging from using a computer to caring for daily needs such as dressing, cooking, and eating. Physical exercises may be used to increase strength and dexterity, while other activities may be chosen to improve visual acuity and the ability to discern patterns. An OT’s goal is to help patients have independent, productive, and satisfying lives.

  • Speech/Language Pathology
  • > Communication skills
    > Voice Disorder Treatment
    > Speech Articulation
    > Language Disorders
    > Swallow Re-Training
    > Memory Re-Training
    > Cognitive Re-Training

    A Speech Therapist diagnoses and treats speech and language problems, and engages in scientific study of human communication. Plans, directs, or conducts rehabilitative treatment programs to restore communicative efficiency of individuals with communication problems.

  • Medical Social Work
  • > Counseling and Community resources
    > Assistance with medical needs
    > Short/Long term Planning

    A Medical Social Worker (MSW) improves people's lives by assisting them in a variety of ways. An MSW provides counseling and training on coping and solving interpersonal issues, family problems, financial challenges, and substance abuse. They deal with problems like inadequate housing, not enough food, poor parenting skills, domestic abuse, and social issues.

  • Ancillary Service
  • > Laboratory Service
    > DME Supplies
    > P & O Supplies

    Ancillary services are designed to meet a specific medical need for a particular population. For example, a physical therapist may specialize in assisting post-stroke patients recover their physical abilities. A nutritionist can help a diabetic patient learn to eat foods that are suited to his disease. An ancillary service provider extends and facilitates the primary care provided by doctors, dentists and nurses.