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Rehabilitation

All 13 of our Rehab rooms are private.

 

Our comfortable in-patient facilities include all private rooms. You or your family member will be treated with the utmost respect and care. For more information on our facilities or services, or to schedule a tour, please contact us online or by phone at (256) 300-0108.

Marshall Manor is a premier rehabilitation center offering a full range of treatments, including specialized therapies, for a variety of health-related conditions.

 

The goal of our physical rehabilitation program is to provide customized treatment plans for our patients that allow them to achieve physical movement without pain or injury.

 

Our staff of skilled nurses and therapists are here to work with you or your loved ones to regain optimal independence and quality of life, based on the injury or illness.

Rehabilitation Services​

Our facility is staffed to provide a level of care that begins from hospital release to complete rehabilitation and every level in between.

 

We provide skilled nursing care 24-hours a day for those that require a higher level of medical oversight after injury or surgery.

 

Our caring staff of medical professionals are available to assist our patients as needed, based on their level of mobility or mental acuity with meals, medication, wound care or personal hygiene while they heal and regain their strength and independence.

 

Our therapies include the most effective speech, physical and occupational modalities. Speech therapy may be assisted with stem and muscle reeducation.

 

Physical and occupational therapies can be reinforced with NuStep for strength, range of motion and lung capacity.

 

Ultrasound is also employed where necessary to assist with providing relief from musculoskeletal injuries and to treat inflammation.

Skilled Nursing

Most of our rehabilitation patients require Skilled Nursing care associated with their reason for coming to our Medicare Certified Rehabilitation Program. We provide 24-hour Skilled Nursing coverage to meet the unique needs of each individual patient each and every day.

Conditions Treated

Patients may require rehabilitation therapies for a number of reasons. Typically, our patients are not yet able to return to independent living immediately after surgery, injury or debilitating illness.

 

They need time to heal and regain their strength and endurance while learning to move in a way that does not leave them open to reinjury.

 

Necessary treatments could range from learning to navigate stairs with a broken leg to learning how to handle day-to-day tasks after an amputation or even learning to eat or speak again.

 

Our specialized services can treat the side effects from:

  • Stroke

  • Cardiac disease

  • Parkinson's disease

  • Hip fracture

  • Amputations

  • Weight loss

  • Pneumonia

  • Hip/Knee Replacement

  • Disorders affecting balance, breathing, physical strength, swallowing or communication

  • Generalized Weakness

 

No matter the age, physical abilities or type of injury, our rehabilitation center is prepared with the most capable and experienced medical and therapeutic staff.

 

With comfortable in-patient facilities and amenities, you or your family member will be treated with the utmost respect and care. For more information on our facilities or services, or to schedule a tour, please contact us online or by phone at (256) 300-0108. 

Social Work/Discharge Planning

Our in-house social workers will work directly with you and your representatives to facilitate an easy transfer from the hospital to our rehabilitation program and then from our program to home or a longer term stay with us. We can help coordinate many resources that will make the process much easier for you and your family members after discharge.

Therapy
Physical Therapy
After a careful evaluation, a plan of care is established to optimize movement, flexibility, balance, strengthening and muscle control to facilitate the mobility and independence of each patient. We use rehab equipment, clinical procedures, and measurable outcomes that help each patient make progress quickly.
  • Post operative rehabilitation

  • Complex post-surgical needs

  • Gait training

  • Bed mobility

  • Training in the use of assisted devices for functional mobility

  • Strength and endurance training

  • Pain management techniques

  • Balance training

  • Stroke rehabilitation

  • General weakness rehabilitation

  • On-site family training/education

  • Prosthesis training

  • Therapeutic exercises

  • Spinal/joint pain

  • Modalities for pain/swelling

Occupational Therapy
The goal of Occupational Therapy is for the patient to be independent in activities of daily living. After assessing what a new patient can do and understanding what they need to be able to do independently in their home environment, a detailed plan of treatment is put in place for the patient to develop needed range of motion and upper body strength. The objective is functional independence and the highest degree of dignity.
  • Regain or retain independence with activities of daily living 

  • Joint replacement rehab 

  • Balance/coordination training 

  • Individualized care 

  • Strength and endurance training 

  • Adaptive/compensatory technique training to increase independence 

  • On-site family training/education 

  • E-stim/ultrasound 

  • Bed/wheelchair positioning

  • Orthotics 

Speech Therapy 
 
Often our patients need help with communication or swallowing difficulties, especially after experiencing a stroke. Through retraining and the application of specialized clinical techniques, our Speech-Language Pathologists are able to optimize a patient’s most critical functions of living and communication as well as eating and swallowing food for nutrition.
  • Vital stim 

  • Communication skills 

  • Memory enhancement techniques 

  • Swallowing dysfunction 

  • Reasoning skills training 

  • Cognitive training 

  • FEES assessment (on-site) 

  • Audiology assessments (on-s

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