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