Inpatient Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy
Inpatient rehabilitation can be provided on a short term or long term basis depending on the individual need. Our facility offers the ability for a short term stay in our skilled nursing facility while undergoing rehabilitation for hip or knee replacement, mobility or any other type of therapy requiring skilled nursing.
Current long term residents receive regular therapy sessions as part of the overall wellness services provided by Pines. The staff of full-time highly trained doctors, nurses and therapists treat each patient on an individual basis working with them to heal and improve their quality of life.
Residents and patients are able to build a trusted bond and reliance on the guidance and treatments provided by our staff. High employee satisfaction, low turnover and full time rehabilitation staff means you can rest assured patients are receiving comprehensive, compassionate and consistent therapy. The staff is able to quickly notice any changes in behavior or routines which may indicate a need to adjust the type of therapy they receive.
Our not-for-profit philosophy allows us to truly meet the individual needs of each patient first focusing on our level of care. The generosity of our benefactors allows us to provide:
- Excellence in meeting costly positioning needs
- Generosity in providing adaptive equipment
- Continuity of care through a restorative staff on duty seven days a week
- Flexibility in therapy intensity and duration
Our in-house staff of rehabilitation professionals is available for service regardless of fluctuations in caseload or seasonal population. This allows us to provide:
- Consistency of treatment quality and expertise
- Familiarity in staff/resident relationships
- Stability in delivery of our healthcare services
To arrange a tour or for more information, please contact:
Jodu Falk, Admissions Coordinator
Phone: (941) 365-0250
Important considerations when selecting a Physical Therapist
- Therapist Experience
How many years of experience does each of the therapists have?
- Individualized Therapy
Are activities and hobbies that are important to the resident incorporated into the rehabilitation plan?
Are the residents comfortable in wheelchairs that are modified to fit them?
- Home Evaluations
Do the therapists visit the client's home, if necessary, to determine needs before discharge?
Do therapists speak with residents, clients, and family members to see if they are pleased with the services they have received?