Southeast Rehab is a 10-bed inpatient rehabilitation facility that provides inpatient PT, OT, ST, RT and rehabilitation nursing under the supervision of a rehabilitation MD.
IRF level of care is a unique, collaborative effort that pulls together the different disciplines to ensure that a patient’s goal is met utilizing different techniques that build on the patient’s strengths.
Our goal is to return each patient to their prior level of functioning with some new skill sets, that help maintain functional status and improve on safe activity performance. Our IRF is a more acute level of care than SNF services and is typically paid by Medicare Part A, Private Insurance and by most Medicaid providers.
Some Commonly Treated Conditions/Services we provide include but are not limited to the following:
- Orthopedic Injuries/Surgeries
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Frequent Falls / Balance Dysfunction
- Respiratory / Cardiac Illness and/or Complications
- Dysphagia (Difficulty Swallowing)
- Cognitive Decline / Behavioral Issues Affecting ADL’s / Mobility
- Stable Tracheostomy Care
- Wound Care
- IV Antibiotics / Fluids
- Decline in Activities of Daily Living
State-Of-The-Art Rehab Equipment / Treatment Programs
Ampcare- an FDA cleared medical device system utilizing Ampcare ESP (Effective Swallowing Protocol), which are innovative Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation protocols used to treat dysphagia.
VitalStim-FDA cleared treatment approach that successfully combines Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation and traditional Dysphagia techniques used to enhance the effectiveness of swallowing therapy.
LSVT BIG® is a treatment aimed to help individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and other neurological conditions to improve speed, balance, coordination, posture, and reduce risk of falling.
LSVT LOUD® is a treatment aimed to help Parkinson’s patients with vocal loudness, intonation, voice quality, articulation, facial expression, and swallowing.
These programs work together to increase overall quality of life for individuals suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
A fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing (FEES) test is a procedure used to assess how well you swallow. During the procedure, a speech-language pathologist (SLP) passes a thin, flexible instrument through your nose allowing the SLP to views parts of your throat as you swallow. FEES allows the clinician to identify the physiology of swallowing, to determine the safest and least restrictive level of oral intake, to include appropriate compensatory techniques, and to establish a dysphagia rehabilitation program.
- Inpatient Rehab
- Outpatient Rehab
- Small, Home-like Atmosphere with Private Rooms
- Accept Medicare, Medicaid, & Most Private Insurance
- Low/Patient Nurse Ratio
- Physical, Occupational Therapy
- Speech & Respiratory Therapy
- All Services Performed Under Supervision of Rehab MD
Our Core Values
Embrace change, encourage invention and continually remain at the forefront of advances in physical medicine for the good of our patients
Demonstrate caring and sensitivity for the diverse backgrounds of our patients and colleagues and generosity in our communities
Adhere to high ethical and professional standards, demonstrating commitment to our responsibilities with trust, honesty and respect for all