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Rehabilitation Services

Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapy

Outpatient Rehabilitation Services

Centinela Hospital’s Rehabilitation Services Department provides high quality and compassionate care to all of our patients. Our scope of service includes physical, occupational, speech and swallowing evaluations and treatments. Our experienced and caring therapists work closely with you, your physician and your family to create a comprehensive treatment plan. Each treatment plan is individualized after a thorough evaluation of your medical and physical condition as well as a discussion of your individual goals.

Every attempt is then made to tailor the eventual outcome of therapy to your specific needs. Therapists will also provide education to you and/or your caregivers about home treatment plans to maximize the benefits of therapy and improve chances for a sustainable recovery of function.

  • Our outpatient rehabilitation services include physical, occupational, speech and swallowing therapy.
  • Centinela Hospital offers specialized outpatient therapy services for Lymphedema management and Parkinson’s Disease, including LSVT Big and Loud Evaluation & Treatment.
  • Treatment plans are individualized and personal goals established after a thorough evaluation of the patient’s medical and physical condition.
  • Therapist work closely with patient, physician and family to create a comprehensive treatment plan
  • Therapy is provided to our patients in a comfortable and welcoming environment.

Common Conditions We Treat

  • Joint Replacement, fractures, amputations, back/neck pain, tendinitis and other surgical and non-surgical orthopedic conditions
  • Stroke, Parkinson’s disease, brain injuries and other neurological conditions
  • Lymphedema
  • Gait and balance disorders
  • Communication, voice and swallowing disorders
  • Cognitive and sensory disorders
  • ADL impairments

Inpatient Rehabilitation Services

Our Inpatient Rehabilitation Services are provided at your bedside. Physical therapists treat problems of mobility, loss of strength or balance and may recommend the use of an assistive device to aid you. Occupational therapists assist you in performing activities of daily living including eating, bathing and dressing. They help you learn new ways to complete these tasks and may provide adaptive equipment. Speech and language pathologists address problems of communication and/or swallowing which may result from many neurological and other medical conditions. Swallowing evaluations are done at the bedside and/or performed in conjunction with Radiology. Our therapists work closely with the healthcare team and case managers to recommend the appropriate level of care, type of therapy or other services that you may need after your discharge from the hospital.