Helping rehabilitate patients through all the stages of healing
At St. Charles, we provide a wide range of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services including specialized rehabilitation services for pediatric and geriatric patients. Our experienced staff of rehabilitation specialists includes physical and occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, physicians, psychologists, social workers and nurses who specialize in rehabilitative medicine — all working together to provide comprehensive care.
Comprehensive Specialty Care
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Balance Rehabilitation
- Dizziness and Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Vision Therapy
- Group Exercise Classes
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Multiple Trauma
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Head Injury
- Driving Assessment and Retraining
- Oncology Rehabilitation
- Energy Conservation
- Independent Living Skills
- Voice and Fluency
- Cognitive Retraining
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication
- Pediatric Rehabilitation
- Fine Motor Skills and Coordination
- Speech and Language Disorders
- Wheelchair Seating and Positioning
- Assistive Technology
- Hand Therapy
Services vary by location.
Your Rehabilitation Team
- Physical Therapy
Physical Therapists provide training and guidance through
therapeutic exercise programs and train individuals in the
use of assistive devices (such as walkers and crutches).
- Speech-Language Pathology
Speech Language Pathologists provide therapy and training
for individuals with swallowing, cognitive, language, voice,
fluency, and social skill impairments.
- Social Work
Our Social Workers provide emotional support and
assistance with finances, transportation, and connection
with community resources. All patients currently receiving
therapy in our clinic are eligible for this free service.
- Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapists specialize in facilitating
self-sufficiency with daily tasks needed for living
independently and safely in the community. This is
achieved through improving upper body function,
neurological retraining, use of assistive tools and activity
Individual treatment sessions provide patients with
the skills to manage the lifestyle changes that come with
physical illness or injury. Communication strategies are
often a part of treatment, as are managing the emotional
responses of anxiety and depression.
Getting Started with Outpatient Rehabilitation
A physician referral is required for the initial evaluation. Please call
our clinic to schedule an appointment. Plan on arriving 15 minutes
early for registration with your prescription for therapy, current
insurance card, list of current medications and your questions.