The Guilford House rehabilitation department operates 7 days a week and is comprised of physical, occupational, speech and massage therapists.
Short term rehabilitation ranges from single knee, double knee and hip replacement surgeries to stroke, strength training, cardiac and fall recovery to rehabilitation from cancer treatment, other surgeries and the myriad of afflictions that accompany just plain living.
Seemingly, upon admission, patients want to know, “how long” – referring to the length of their rehabilitation. The answer clearly depends on “what you are in for” – knees and hips normally range from 5 to 14 days while strokes and other medical complications may require greater days of rehabilitation. Regardless, the Guilford House’s goal and moreover the single goal of your insurance company is to send you safely home as soon as possible.
The Guilford House rehabilitation department operates 7 days a week and is comprised of physical, occupational, speech and massage therapists. A typical resident predicated on individual diagnosis will receive 2 to 4 hours of therapy daily divided between morning and afternoon sessions. Each resident’s plan of rehabilitation is closely integrated with nursing, dietary, medical and if applicable other therapeutic disciplines. The therapy team has decades of experience in multiple rehabilitation settings; and brings that experience to focus on the specific rehabilitation requirements of each Guilford House resident.
Above: Overview of The Guilford House Physical Therapy and related services. Contact us today at (203) 488-9142 to book your short term rehabilitation stay.