OUR INPATIENT REHABILITATION CENTRES

ENHANCE YOUR RECOVERY AT OUR SPECIALIST INPATIENT REHABILITATION CENTRES

 

We have been offering the finest rehabilitation, intermediate, post operative, and complex slow stream rehabilitation including dementia specialists rehabilitation (those who are hoisted/bed bound), to patients from all over the country.

When an elderly person needs extra help recovering from an illness or injury, it’s important to properly plan rehabilitation services to enable them to live longer and safer. Choosing the right kind of follow-up rehab care after a surgery or hospital stay will ensure your loved one has the best chances of regaining their health, independence and quality of life and enable them to manage at home safely.

Coming to our rehabilitation centres, where our dedicated multidisciplinary team will look after you and help you recover.

OUR SPECIALIST AREAS OF REHAB

Our specialist areas of intermediate care and rehabilitation with appropriate equipment and staff include:

Elderly care – Post Covid-19 Rehabilitation

Orthopaedic: post joint replacement; spinal surgery and trauma

Respite care

General: medical and post surgical conditions

Neurological: stroke; multiple sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson’s rehabilitation

Cancer Care

THE GOAL OF REHABILITATION FOR THE ELDERLY

The goal of elderly inpatient(residential) rehab is to help our patients return to their maximum functional potential after suffering a life-altering event. Elderly rehabilitation from Therapies on Thames , are well equipped to conduct various therapies provided by team of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists,  rehab nurses. They work with NHS and social care teams very closely to facilitate safe discharges back in to their homes..

Goals for treatment vary depending on an elderly person’s needs and might include regaining communication skills, learning to use new mobility aids properly (e.g., a wheelchair or walker), adapting or regaining the ability to perform activities of daily living (e.g., bathing, dressing, toileting), and improving muscle strength, balance and coordination

Work with our highly specialist Nursing staff, Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists in our functional rehabilitation unit, helping you restore your physical strength and confidence as we get you ready to return home again. We can help anyone who is struggling to manage after a period of illness, hospital admission or surgery. You may have had a stroke, a joint replacement or feel frail after several falls.

ABOUT OUR INPATIENT REHABILITATION SERVICES

Our therapists have many years’ experience in providing high quality rehabilitation services within the NHS, social care and private care. Their rehabilitation experience includes elderly care, orthopaedics, neurology, emergencies and a range of clinical conditions in elderly clients.

Our therapists are all experienced, professional and DBS checked. 

What does a physio do

TAILORED TREATMENT

Our inpatient rehabilitation programmes are tailored to each of our client’s individual needs and goals, in order to fully optimise recovery outcomes.

Combined Approach

COMBINED APPROACH

Our physiotherapists and occupational therapists work closely together at our rehabilitation centres, so we can treat both your physical issues and help you to regain your confidence in managing daily tasks.

Physiotherapy at Home

SAFE ENVIRONMENT

Our inpatient rehabilitation centres offer a safe and well equipped environment for patients with limited mobility, following and injury, illness or surgery.

WHAT CAN INPATIENT REHABILITATION HELP WITH?

We can provide short stay rehabilitation to give you an opportunity to regain your independence and your family and carers a rest. Alternatively you can come and stay for a slow stream rehabilitation  to restore your independence and improve your quality of life by achieving your personalised goals. Our highly skilled team will make you feel safe and comfortable in our rehabilitation unit, so you do not have to worry about anything except your recovery.

Stroke Rehab

MOBILITY & WALKING

Lots of people need help regaining mobility after surgery or suffering an injury or medical event such as a stroke.

Whether your goal is to be able to walk a certain distance, climb stairs, or you need help learning how to use new equipment or walking aids, we can help you rebuild your strength and confidence.

Every Day Activities

EVERYDAY TASKS

If your mobility has been impaired due to an injury, illness or surgery, it can be difficult to manage daily tasks such as eating, toileting, bathing, and other things you were previously able to do for yourself.

We can help you work on both your physical strength and dexterity confidence and recommend gadgets and aids, to help you do these things for yourself again.

Hip Replacement Rehab

BUILDING CONFIDENCE

Experiencing a fall, injury, medical event such as a stroke, or having major surgery, can affect people’s confidence.

At our inpatient rehab centres, our team of highly experienced therapists can help you rebuild your confidence as well as your physical strength.

Communication Skills

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

If you have suffered a stroke, head injury or had certain surgeries, you may be left with impaired speech and communication skills.

At our inpatient rehabilitation centres, our team of specialists includes speech therapists and occupational therapists, who can work with you, to help you regain your communication skills

OUR REHABILITATION CENTRES

Bridge House Rehabilitation Centre
Reading, Berkshire

 

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Bridge House in Reading to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Reading.

Newlands of Stow Rehabilitation Centre
Stow, Gloucestershire

 

Therapies on Thames has partnered with Newlands of Stow to provide recuperation from illness or surgery in our therapy-led multi-disciplinary inpatient rehabilitation centre in Gloucestershire.