Rehabilitation Services

rehabilitation services

The Rehabilitation Services Department at Community Medical Center is dedicated to providing the best care for patients in a comfortable, caring and nurturing environment. The staff is comprised of highly-skilled, experienced therapists with advanced training in their specialty.

Highly-Skilled, Experienced Staff

  • Licensed Physical Therapists
  • Registered Occupational Therapists
  • Hand Specialists
  • Lymphedema Specialists
  • Certified Speech & Language Pathologists

Improving patient health and meeting rehabilitation needs are the main priorities for all rehabilitative modalities. Treatment is focused on returning patients to their regular daily activities as quickly as possible. Additionally, patient education and home exercise is highly emphasized so that patients are active participants in their therapy. Patient involvement is critical and vastly improves clinical outcomes.

The latest scientific evidence is heavily incorporated into all treatment protocols. All therapists continue to stay apprised of new treatment techniques by attending continuing education courses and by achieving specializations and certifications.

Community Medical Center has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for the care of Joint Replacement, Total Hip and Knee, and is the only hospital in Ocean County to achieve this distinction.

In addition, Community Medical Center has also been nationally recognized for excellence in Orthopedic care by independent health care ratings organizations since 2006.

Coming Soon: Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding Program

This results-driven pediatric feeding program integrates motor, oral, behavioral, medical, sensory, and nutritional factors and approaches in order to comprehensively evaluate and manage children with feeding or growth concerns. On average, 25 – 35% of children will struggle with some type of feeding and/or growth issue at some time during the first ten years of life. Only about one-third to one-half of these children will “outgrow” their picky eating within a 2-3 years. Early access and intervention for feeding difficulties can promote a positive impact on a child’s overall health while also minimizing the impact on family and social dynamics within the context of child feeding.

Call our Rehabilitation Services Department at 732-557-8046 for more information.

Patient Stories

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