Physical. Occupational. Speech Pathology. Restorative. Outpatient Therapy.
We offer an easy 24/7 admission process
Individualized Therapy Programs
The right therapy plan sets the stage for the best recovery outcome after surgery, injury, or illness. Watertown HCC offers a comprehensive selection of therapy modalities to expedite your loved one’s recovery and get them back to enjoying life. Therapy programs are designed to relieve pain, restore function, improve mobility, and prevent or limit physical and cognitive disabilities.
Does your loved one want to maintain independence during their recovery? Individuals can benefit from all of our therapies on an outpatient basis. Patients can stay at home and receive their treatment at Watertown HCC during the day at their convenience.
Watertown HCC’s physical therapy programs are led by state-licensed physical therapists. Physical therapy aims at restoring strength, increasing range of motion, balance, coordination, respiration, and motor functions. Every resident receives an individualized care plan. Their progress is documented closely, allowing our therapists to accurately assess resident ability to return to independent living. Physical therapy can help individuals recovering from:
- Fractured hips and other bones
- Joint pain
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- And many other conditions
Achieve function, meaning, and enjoyment in all aspects of everyday living with occupational therapy. Residents participating in Watertown HCC’s occupational therapy program will learn how to successfully navigate daily tasks like getting dressed, bathing, feeding, home management, and participating in social settings. Occupational therapy creates a holistic plan by assessing:
- Physical condition
- Cognitive condition
- Psychosocial condition
- Sensory condition
Watertown HCC’s speech therapists work with our medical staff to develop individualized care plans customized to each resident’s unique speech therapy needs. Residents may need speech pathology as a result of:
- Brain injury
- Progressive diseases
Restorative Nursing Program
Restorative nursing is focused on helping residents live as independently as possible with positive psychological and physical well-being. A certified restorative nursing assistant helps residents maintain current and gained functionality and gives them the tools necessary to prevent a future decline. The primary aim of restorative nursing is getting residents to perform at their highest level possible and maintain it for as long as possible.
Does Your Loved One Need Short or Long Term Therapy?
Whether your loved one is recovering from surgery, injury, or illness, the right therapy program in the right setting gives them the best chance for a full recovery. Come visit Watertown HCC and find out how we can make your loved one’s therapy a positive life-changing experience.