To foster our patients’ safe return home and to minimize hospital readmissions, we offer a wide array of clinical services. To expedite wound healing, we have a full-time VOHRA-certified wound care nurse and consulting physician leading our wound team.
Clinical Services at Cambridge Rehab Include:
- Post-Operative Subacute Care
Post-surgical rehabilitation is recommended by your physician, based on your medical needs.
- 24/7 Skilled Nursing
- Physical Therapy
The goal of physical therapy is to reduce pain and inflammation, speed up healing, and strengthen muscles. Physical therapy is often prescribed after surgery. At Cambridge Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center the goal of therapy is to improve the patient’s function and strength so that they are able to return home to a level of independence.
- Occupational Therapy
The purpose of occupational therapy is to assist the patient in improving or the ability to perform daily activities. Occupational therapists use different treatment methods including stretching and strengthening exercises, practice of daily activities.
- Speech Therapy
Speech therapy deals with a person’s ability to communicate. Speech therapy is often prescribed after a stroke or for someone with progressive neurological conditions such as dementia.
- Orthopedic Rehabilitation
A therapeutic approach designed to ease recovery, correct musculoskeletal limitations, and reduce pain from trauma, illness, or surgery.
- Pulmonary Care
At Cambridge Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, Pulmonary Care has the expertise, knowledge, and compassion to help you overcome conditions that affect the lungs and airways.
- Wound Care
Wound care and treatment are an important process to avoid serious complications. Without proper care by a wound care specialist, a wound can turn into serious infections.
- Stroke Recovery
Stroke rehabilitation is an important part of recovery after a stroke. Stroke recovery is a program of different therapies addressed to help you regain moving ability, speech, strength, and daily living skills after a stroke, depending on the parts of your brain affected by the stroke.
- Diabetic Care
- Bariatric Care
- Restorative Care
The idea and the goal of a restorative care program is to maintain one’s highest level of mental and physical health to prevent declines impacting the quality of life.
- IV Therapy
IV Therapy or intravenous Therapy delivers fluids into veins in the body in the drip method to help with various health conditions.
- Dementia Care
- Pain Management
- Nutritional Services
- Hospice / Palliative Care
- Respite Care
Respite Care service aims to provide you with a temporary break from your caregiving responsibilities.
- Therapeutic Recreation
- Urgent SNF™ Stabilization Program
- Care Navigation™