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Therapy Services

Therapy Service

Improve the Quality of Your Life

Many of the residents at Hildebrand Care Center depend on our exceptional therapy services in order to enjoy their time with us. Whether you need help with mobility, daily reminders, or speech functions, you'll always get what you need from our on-site therapists who are well trained and highly experienced. Sessions are mainly available according to your schedule, not ours. Contact us for details.

The Services You Need

  • Physical, occupational, and speech therapies
  • On-site therapists
  • Restorative programs for follow-up therapy
  • Working around your schedule
  • Available on Saturdays and Sundays
Therapy Service
If you have experienced neuromuscular or skeletal dysfunction, physical therapy will help you to restore function. Individualized therapeutic treatment may include:
  • Training in mobility, gait stability, posture, and positioning
  • Exercise programs to increase muscle function, coordination, and endurance
  • Joint and soft tissue mobilization to increase range of motion
  • Pain management
Anja Vera, PT; Nahlea Nunes, PTA, and Linda MacNeill
Anja Vera, PT; Nahlea Nunes, PTA, and Linda MacNeill, PTA/Genesis Rehab Services Director of Rehab
Opt for occupational therapy that assists you in adapting to your social and physical environment. Our therapists enhance patient functionality through:
  • Education and training in areas such as dressing, bathing, eating, and grooming
  • Activities for memory, orientation, and cognitive integration
  • Adaptive techniques or equipment to overcome physical disabilities
  • Strengthening and coordination exercises
  • Exercises to reduce the effects of arthritis or other conditions to maintain normal joint movement
Tonya Sabus, OTR and Cynthia Story, COTA
Tonya Sabus, OTR and Cynthia Story, COTA
Speech therapy is of great help if you have communication and swallowing dysfunction. Treatment plans are designed for individual’s needs, such as:
  • Recovery of speech, language, and memory skills
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Oral muscle functioning and strength required for speaking and swallowing
  • Appropriate diet recommendations
Tina Neumyer
Tina Neumyer, SLP
Restorative nursing focuses on achieving and maintaining range of motion, strength, mobility, and function. Trained restorative nursing assistants work with residents who have been discharged from skilled therapies, and residents who require assistance with maintaining their functional status. Our restorative nursing program includes:
  • Toileting plan or bowel training program 
  • Active or passive range of motion 
  • Splint or brace assistance 
  • Bed mobility 
  • Walking 
  • Transfer 
  • Dressing or grooming 
  • Eating or swallowing 
  • Amputation and prosthesis care 
  • Communication training
Slade Goss, RNA, Jackie Lynn Stevens, Restorative RN, and Brittney Johnson, RNA
Slade Goss, RNA, Jackie Lynn Stevens, Restorative RN, and Brittney Johnson, RNA
Donna Tenorio, RNA and Sharon Spaulding, RNA
Donna Tenorio, RNA and Sharon Spaulding, RNA

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