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Rehabilitation Services

San Bernardino County Rehabilitation Services

Personalized Recovery Programs

The rehabilitation team can be found on the first floor of Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. We offer physical, occupational, and speech therapy services to both inpatient and outpatient populations of all ages. We evaluate and treat various impairments including major orthopedic and neurological injuries or illnesses. Our focus is to help patients prevent, reduce, reverse and overcome functional limitations due to impairment.

The Rehabilitation Services Department is comprised of:

  • A speech therapy treatment room
  • Private treatment areas
  • Wound-care room
  • Two treatment gyms

Services and programs include:

  • Burn injury rehabilitation
  • Conservative/restorative spine rehabilitation
  • Wound care
  • Hand rehabilitation
  • Head injury rehabilitation
  • Neonatal neurosensory and feeding treatment
  • Rehabilitation following catastrophic injury
  • Rehabilitation following hip and knee replacement
  • Rehabilitation following major fractures
  • Spinal cord injury rehabilitation
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Swallow treatment
  • Voice treatment
  • Worker's compensation therapy services

Rehabilitation services include:

  • Physical Therapy: Evaluating and treating patients of all ages with various neurological, orthopedic and general medical diagnoses. Treatment options and therapeutic procedures are used to relieve pain, increase range of motion and muscle strength, improve coordination and dexterity, and restore functional mobility.
  • Occupational Therapy: Evaluating and treating patients with various neurological, orthopedic, psychiatric and general medical diagnoses. The focus of the treatment plan is to return the patient to the highest level of functional activities of daily living (ADLs), including, but not limited to self-care, work skills, functional mobility, and general perceptual-cognitive levels. Treatment modalities may include but are not limited to, life-skills training, manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and splinting.
  • Speech and Language Pathology: Evaluating and treating patients with speech, language and swallowing impairments. The therapist also assists physicians in providing the highest quality of care for various diagnoses. Evaluations and treatments are provided to both the adult and pediatric populations and are designed to restore such functions as cognition, swallowing, and speech-language skills.

For more information, call 909-580-1100.

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