Rehabilitation at Wilton Manors Health and Rehabilitation Center, Ft. Lauderdale
What does your rehabilitation plan look like to you? Is it to get back to a certain way of living from a short while ago? To fully recover from surgery? Or to be able to continually live with the functionality you already have?
First, know that your rehabilitation program is for your personal journey. The recovery from surgery back to an active life can be quite different from someone just looking to maintain their mobility. This is why we take the time to create a plan designed around your needs.
Our Rehabilitation Staff and Center
The rehab specialists at Wilton Manors are experienced, certified, and professionally licensed in physical, speech and occupational therapy. Our therapists work with both our residents and short-term rehabilitation patients. They are available seven days a week for uninterrupted care to help you achieve the advances you desire. The state-of-the-art facility at Wilton Manors Health and Rehabilitation Center has been designed and outfitted with modern equipment to help you reach your goals.
Rapid Recovery Program
Our Rapid Recovery Program is designed for rehabilitation patients who are ready to get back to their lives quickly. Surgery, joint replacement, or other physical injuries may require you to stay in a rehabilitation center to heal and recover your mobility. We are ready to work as hard as you want to, so you get back the quality of life you hoping to achieve. We have 29 suites available in the Rapid Recovery Program, 25 of which are private. Wilton Manors has specialized equipment including the ALTER G antigravity treadmill, offering air pressure technology to help you recover with less pain.
Treating a disease, injury or disfigurement through exercise, heat treatment, or other methods as opposed to drugs or surgery.
- Upper Body Pain
- Balance and Mobility
- Pain Management
Intervention to develop, recover or maintain activities, actions, and motor skills. Personalized programs are done by skilled professionals. This may include teaching new skills or using adaptative devices.
- Arthritis and Chronic Pain
- Joint Replacement
- Degenerative Vision
- Balance and Coordination
- Nerve Issues
Recover from fractures, bone, or joint surgery under the supervision of specialist health care professionals. Orthopedic Rehabilitation after fractures or surgeries is an important step to getting back to doing what you love.
- Knee and Hip Replacements
- Joint Replacements
- Shoulder Surgery
A supervised program for people with diseases, injury, or disorders of the nervous system. Neurological rehabilitation can help improve function, reduce symptoms, and improve quality of life.
- Vascular Disorders
- Brain or Spinal Cord Injury
- Neuromuscular Disorders
- Degenerative Disorders
Other Rehabilitation Services include:
- Patient Case Management
- Social Support
- Patient and Family Education
- Home Skilled Nursing Coordination
Fill out our form or give us a call and learn more about how Wilton Manors is right for you or your family.