Rehabilitation Care



The primary goal is to get the senior rehabilitation patients back home as quickly and safely as possible. Whether you are improving general mobility with physical therapy or rehabilitating from an injury, stroke or surgery, the professional staff will facilitate the best treatment plan to help you achieve your highest level of wellness. 

How does the affiliated healthcare team do that? With expertise and a smile. At Saber and its affiliates, we are not only rehabilitation experts but cheerleaders, too.

Patient and Caregiver physical rehabilitation with small barbell

Physical Therapy

The affiliated physical therapists (PTs) assist patients to regain strength and balance, prevent falls, increase range of motion, decrease pain and regain functional mobility. This all contributes to rebuilding their confidence and regaining their independence.

Physical therapy also helps patients increase their strength, muscle function, coordination, endurance and mobility. All of these are designed to help patients win back their independence, health and safety.

To get patients home as quickly and successfully as possible, the affiliated physical therapists utilize an exclusive Progressive Approach to Home (PATH) program. PATH includes customized treatment plans for each patient, and, as part of your discharge process, a member of an affiliated physical therapy team will conduct a home evaluation to further ensure a comfortable, safe and successful return home.  

Patient family and caregiver watch physical therapy

Occupational Therapy

The activities of daily living are at the heart of occupational therapy: bathing, dressing, cooking, using the restroom and driving.

The affiliated occupational therapists (OTs) help patients learn how to safely and independently perform these daily tasks, providing peace of mind for both patients and their families.

Saber affiliated occupational therapists help patients return home quickly and safely by utilizing the exclusive Progressive Approach to Home (PATH) Program. The OTs provide customized treatment plans and exercises to improve a patient’s strength, endurance, range of motion, coordination and balance, as well as therapeutic activities for memory and cognitive skills.

The team also helps patients learn how to adapt their daily activities and modify their environments so that they can function better at home. The PATH program includes a home visit by a member of the occupational therapy department and recommendations for home modifications to facilitate a safe and successful transition home.

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Speech Therapy

Speech therapy goes beyond the patient’s ability to speak clearly. The speech pathologists (STs) assist patients whose conditions have led to communication problems, memory loss and swallowing difficulty. Speech therapy can help patients better comprehend written and verbal communication and improve their ability to reason and orient themselves. For patients with swallowing disorders, speech therapy also addresses oral muscle strength and function for safe eating and drinking.

Using the Progressive Approach to Home (PATH) program, speech therapists work with patients to find effective ways to improve cognitive function or compensate for barriers. A member of the speech therapy department can be present during the on-site home evaluation, so your transition home can go smoothly, efficiently and safely.

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