Rehabilitation therapy treatments can help you:
- Build strength and coordination
- Enhance your ability to get around on your own with or without supportive equipment such as a walker
- Improve your range of motion
- Manage chronic pain
- Improve your balance
- Care for amputations and maintain prosthetic limbs
- Benefit from therapies such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation
- Improve swallowing ability
PATH – Post-Acute To Home
Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America communities also offer the PATH® (Post-Acute To Home) program to meet an individual’s need for care after a hospital stay. PATH post-hospital rehabilitation is open to the Medicare population, with a doctor’s referral. Use our handy guide, Making Sense of Medicare, to learn more about your benefits.
PATH acts as a bridge between hospital and home by helping patients overcome the challenges of recovering from an injury, illness or surgery.
Under the supervision of a physician and registered nurse, patients in the PATH program receive skilled therapy and nursing services that contribute to their recovery. The team of doctors, nurses, therapists and social workers tailor individual programs to meet each patient’s personal and medical needs. Regular family conferences are held to expedite recovery and aid the transition to home.