Choosing the right rehabilitation program is an important part of stroke recovery. The leading cause of adult disability in America, strokes can have a devastating impact on survivors and their families. Improved medical treatment and advanced rehabilitation techniques can now offer a more rapid and complete recovery.
Optimal Functional Recovery from Stroke
Evergreen Health and Rehab can begin rehabilitation immediately after a stroke and provide intense physical and mental exercise and training. Our program uses advanced rehabilitation techniques that increase strength and mobility for optimal functional recovery after a stroke.
Who should try our program?
You or a loved one should try our program if you or they have had a stroke and still have:
- Weakness or loss of feeling on one side of the body
- Difficulties with self-care
- Post-stroke dysfunction
- Post-stroke shoulder pain
- Post-stroke muscle or joint tightness
- Inability to walk, talk or eat independently
- Difficulty with bowel or bladder function
Enroll in our program today. By working together, we can help improve your recovery from stroke.
What can you expect in our program?
Your personal health care team will work with you to meet your rehabilitation goals while taking into consideration the type and severity of your stroke and other conditions that may affect your recovery. Your ability to stand up, walk, talk, and eat will also be assessed.
Exercises and Electrical Stimulation for improving strength and movement
Simple strengthening exercises alone or in combination with mild, comfortable electrical pulses can improve or restore strength and movement.
Ultrasound and Electromagnetic Energy for decreasing pain and joint stiffness
High-frequency energy from sound and electro-magnetic waves can comfortably decrease pain and loosen tight joints.
How can you get help?
You should speak to your doctor or contact the Evergreen Health and Rehab about enrolling in our Stroke Recovery Program. A quick professional health evaluation is all you need to get started recovering from your stroke.