69 Pearson Boulevard
Phone: (978) 630-6900
Overall Goal of Rehabilitation
To help people learn to make their bodies whole and fully functioning, or to learn how to adapt their lives to new limitations.
"To promote and restore optimal level of function and health"
- Plan of care
- Common Diagnoses
- Lower back or neck injury
- Orthopedics (fractures, sprains, ligament repairs, pre- & post surgery)
- Open wounds or burns
- Athletic Injuries
- Neurological cases
"To restore one's ability to perform daily tasks such as eating, grooming, bathing and dressing, or such activities as getting in and out of a car, using a wheelchair or shopping."
- Activities of daily living retraining
- Cognitive perceptual retraining
- Low vision program
- Lymphedema program
- Hand therapy
- Elderly falls program
- Neurological movement retraining
"To optimize communication and swallowing abilities that may enhance one's quality of life and/or interpersonal effectiveness."
- Evaluation of communication or swallowing disorders. These may be developmental in nature, or acquired secondary to illness, neurological disorder or trauma, and may occur in children or adults.
- Treatment to address the dificulties identified, including disorders involving verbal or written language, articulation, oral motor strength and functioning, voice, pragmatics, fluency, and swallowing.
- Counseling andeducation to improve the patient's understanding of the nature of the disorder, as well as the reason and rationale for the treatment protocol.
"To identify and measure hearing loss and help minimize the impact of the loss on an individual's ability to function and succeed in his/her everyday life."
- Newborn infant hearing screening
- Diagnostic audiometry, including speech and pure tone testing and tympanometry
- Pediatric Assessment including Visual Reinforcement and Conditioned Play Audiometry
- Patient counseling and education relative to amplification and hearing conservation
- Dispensing and repairing of hearing aids