Physical Rehabilitation Services in Alabama

Whether your’re recovering from surgery, an injury or a stroke, Crowne Health Care can help restore function and confidence to your daily routine. Our highly skilled and dedicated team of therapists will also work with you to regain your your independence and peace of mind. Your recovery is our top priority, and we’re with you every step of the way.

For over twenty years, Restore Therapy has partnered with our skilled nursing staff to provide rehabilitative services to our residents. Whether you need rehabilitation to “bridge the gap” between a hospital stay and returning home or need comprehensive therapy as a long-term resident, our professional rehabilitation department is here to strengthen and increase your mobility. Sometimes, a patient is too ill for home care but no longer needs to remain in the hospital or in a surgical bed. When that is the case, physicians order short-term rehabilitation or transitional care in a skilled nursing facility.

Your rehabilitation team, guided by your physician, will decide which of the following therapies would be beneficial to you:

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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is a branch of rehabilitative medicine that uses specially designed techniques and equipment to help patients recover or improve their physical abilities, including loss of movement, strength, balance, motion, and more. Physical therapy also helps speed up recovery and prevents impairments in patients. At Crowne Health Care, our therapists use state-of-the-art wound-care protocols and pressure-relief techniques to restore skin integrity and treat advanced bed sores.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is another branch of rehabilitative medicine that helps people of all ages with physical, sensory, or cognitive issues relearn how to perform daily activities. Through the use of assessment, exercises, and intervention, our occupational therapists help our patients develop or recover meaningful activities for everyday living, such as grooming, bathing, dressing, and more. Occupational therapy helps many of our patients restore their independence.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy at Crowne Health Care is a sector of our rehabilitation services that focuses on improving the patient’s ability to communicate after speech impairments caused by an injury or illness, like a stroke or a brain injury. Speech therapy techniques are performed by speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and include articulation therapy, language intervention activities, and other methods.

If you qualify for short-term therapy, Medicare may cover 100 percent of your first 20 days in our skilled nursing facility. We also accept private pay residents, some HMOs, most private insurance policies, and supplemental or long-term care insurance.

Medical conditions that frequently require transitional care may include:

  • Stroke
  • Tube feeding
  • Wound care
  • Pain management
  • Diabetes
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Respite care

If you receive short-term rehabilitative therapy from us, Medicare may cover the first 20 days of your stay in our skilled nursing facility at no cost to you. We also accept other insurance, including private pay, some HMOs, most private insurance policies, and supplemental or long-term care policies.

Contact Our Rehabilitation Department Today

Being injured and losing function in your body can be a challenge. At Crowne Health Care, our goal is to help our residents overcome those challenges by helping them achieve the highest level of function and movement through comprehensive rehabilitation services. Contact us today at one of our facilities across Alabama to learn more.

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Quality Care is Our Commitment.

Crowne Health Care is a family-owned, statewide network of 17 skilled nursing facilities, five assisted living facilities and one independent living facility. Deeply connected to the Alabama communities we serve, Crowne Health Care works to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual and personal needs of residents in a caring, compassionate environment where families come first.