At York General Rehabilitation Services, physical, occupational, and speech therapies are provided for both adults and children. Therapists evaluate, treat and prevent a wide variety of movement and functional mobility conditions. Each therapist at York General focuses on the care and individual needs of each patient, allowing them to restore or improve their function and abilities. These services address a multitude of needs related to:
- Chronic pain
- Head/sports or other injury
- Mobility restrictions
- Cerebral palsy
- Chromosome disorders
- Orthopedic injuries
- Spina bifida
- Muscle weakness
- Brain and spinal cord injury
- Joint replacements
- Back/neck problems
- Developmental delay
- Adult disabilities
Rehabilitation Services may be provided in a variety of settings including hospital inpatient care, hospital outpatient Rehab department, at home (through Home Health), at schools, and at long-term care facilities.
Aquatic therapy is available for individuals with neuromuscular or musculoskeletal disorders. The buoyancy provided by aquatic therapy reduces gravity and joint compression allowing for greater comfort and ease of movement with less stress and pain.
Home Safety Evaluation
Assessment of a client’s living environment is conducted by an occupational therapist to help prevent falls in an individual’s home.
Fittings for a prosthesis and adaptive equipment are performed onsite by trained professionals.
While there is no cure for lymphedema, proper treatment and management can improve limb use and reduce swelling and risk of infections.
“Building Blocks is a pediatric therapy program that provides services for children and young adults who have physical, cognitive, psychosocial, or environmental limitations.
Outpatient Rehabilitation Services is located at York General Hospital, 2222 N. Lincoln Avenue, York, NE.
Flexible hours are available.
For more information or to schedule treatment call 402-362-0436.