You are our priority
Some illnesses can compromise the strength of elderly individual’s skin which result in a greater susceptibility to sustaining a wound. We focus on managing chronic wound and keeping any damage to a minimum.
Caring for a catheter can be embarrassing and uncomfortable for elderly patients. We are cognizant to our patients needs and work diligently to care for their hygienic and catheter-related needs.
Gastrostomy feeding allows for food and medicine to be given directly into the stomach through a tube instead of through the mouth. Our staff provides the proper care during such feedings.
Ileostomy / Colostomy care
Having an ostomy is a big adjustment for most people. Our staff works continuously to care for our patients needs from changing and emptying the pouches to changing the appliances.
Our staff brings years of experience in managing diabetic patients. Our staff’s priority is to establish a healthy lifestyle, managing blood sugar and insulin levels.
We believe in empowering our patients by providing them with the needed knowledge to navigate their way through their journey. Our staff works tirelessly on educating and answering all your questions.
Physical therapy is a method of medical treatment based on a complete understanding of physiology, medical conditions, anatomy, surgeries, and movement patterns. It focuses on strength and function, restoring movement, relieving pain, and is achieved through the use of therapeutic modalities (see below), exercises, activities, and hands-on techniques. Physical therapy also educates people on ergonomics, body mechanics, fitness, and wellness issues. Treatments include the following:
- Home safety evaluation
- Gait training exercise
- Body mechanics and positioning
- Anodyne® Therapy (Infrared light energy)
- Electrical stimulation
– Fine motor skills exercises
– ADL training
Medical Social Service
– Coordinate patient services and equipment needs
– Acquire support resources for families
– Assist with educational classes
Home Health Aide
– Assist with functional activities
– Help with feeding and toileting
– Assist with personal hygiene
– Monitoring vital signs
– Speech retraining
– Treatment of swallowing disorders