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REHABILITATION

Rehabilitation Abbiejean’s Spacious Rehabilitation Center is fully equipped with state-of-the science equipment including the area’s only Motorized and Virtual Rehab Systems.

A full-team of licensed therapists provides physical, occupational and speech therapy up to 7 days a week. Our therapy programs are designed to restore residents to their highest level of physical functioning following an accident, illness, or surgery, including:

Stroke or Heart Attack
Total Hip, Knee and Shoulder Replacement
Above or Below the Knee Amputation
Back Injury or Surgery
Orthopedics and Prosthetics
Respiratory and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease “COPD”

ABBIEJEAN RUSSELL CARE CENTER
HAS THE AREA’S ONLY MOTORIZED AND VIRTUAL REHABILITATION SYSTEMS

Omnicycle™
 

The Omnicycle™ Elite Motorized Rehabilitation Systems represents the most advanced therapy cycle technology available today. It accommodates post-acute patients who may not typically be able to participate in therapeutic exercises due to lack of strength, coordination, partial paralysis, respiratory limitations and other conditions. By serving a broader range of neuromuscular and orthopedic diagnoses than traditional "resistance" cycles, the Omnicycle™ Elite supports expanded therapy services for neurological rehabilitation (Stroke-CVA), orthopedic rehabilitation (TKA, THA, Shoulder, UE) and cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation.

THE OMNI VR
 

This easy to use technology uses an advanced 3-dimensional camera and specialized computer software to track the patient’s precise movements and allow them to interact in a virtual world. The system includes a variety of skilled exercise programs for physical, occupational and speech therapy applications.

Research indicates that patients enjoy performing virtual exercises and activities therefore motivating them to exercise harder and longer. As a result, virtual rehabilitation treatment outcomes can equal or even exceed those achieved with traditional therapeutic exercise alone.

Specialized computer software creates a “real time” interactive environment. The system offers six “skilled” exercise categories with multiple difficulty levels for balance, gait training, wheelchair mobility, seated exercises, upper extremity exercises and cognitive activities.

Adjustable parameters enable therapists to match the exercise difficulty and visual stimuli to each patient’s specific abilities.

A “performance summary” is produced at the end of each exercise program for objective documentation of patient performance and progress.