Rehabilitation services in Lexington, Missouri
Lafayette Regional Health Center provides rehabilitation (rehab) services to help patients regain their highest level of functioning and get back to what they enjoy. Our physical therapists and rehab specialists offer inpatient and outpatient occupational, physical, speech and hand therapy to treat a range of injuries and illnesses in Lafayette County, Missouri.
For more information about our physical therapy and rehab services, call (660) 259-4448.
Our rehab specialties
Our skilled rehab specialists work closely with doctors, patients and caregivers to provide the best possible integrated treatment plan for each patient. We offer inpatient and outpatient rehab services, including physical, speech and occupational therapies. We also offer outpatient therapy for wound care, pelvic health and specialized rehab services for children.
Our physical therapists work with patients and their doctors and caregivers to restore mobility and decrease pain. Physical therapy may include exercise, pain management and vestibular and balance retraining. Physical therapy is often used to help patients with orthopedic conditions and neurological conditions as well as patients recovering from surgical treatments.
Our speech pathologists evaluate, diagnose and treat speech, cognitive, communication and swallowing disorders. We help patients recover their speaking, eating, listening, reading, thinking and writing skills. We also assist patients who are recovering from surgery.
Occupational therapists guide and instruct patients with physical and developmental issues to help them learn how to live independently. Skilled treatment helps patients relearn activities of daily living through the use of adaptive equipment, sensorimotor skill training and exercise.
Occupational therapy often benefits patients with neurological conditions and injuries as well as hand and upper extremity injuries and disorders.
Pediatric rehabilitation and physical therapy
The pediatric rehab program at Lafayette Regional Health Center provides therapy and professional support for children and their families so each child can reach their full potential. We work with children throughout their developmental years, from 0-21 years old, offering individualized, compassionate care.
We provide diagnostic testing and treatment for a variety of pediatric health conditions, physical disabilities and other disorders that affect a child’s daily activities. Our specialists use a combination of rehab therapies to help with conditions such as:
- Cerebral palsy
- Developmental delays
- Down’s syndrome
- Feeding disorders
- Hearing loss
- Physical challenges
- Speech, language and cognitive delays
Cancer rehab and wellness
We have a dedicated rehab team made up of specialists who are experienced with cancer care. Our cancer-focused rehab team understands how a diagnosis of cancer and the side effects of surgery and treatment can affect the body. That's why our cancer rehabilitation program offers individualized support and multiple therapies to improve physical functioning and well-being.
Skilled Care Medicare program
Skilled Care is a Medicare program that uses multiple rehab therapies to help patients improve their physical, emotional and social functioning. Our Skilled Care program facilitates each person's transition from hospital to home.
Skilled Care provides:
- Cardiac rehab
- Daily wound care evaluations and treatments from qualified personnel
- IV therapy
- Orthopedic surgery rehab
- Pulmonary rehab and therapy
- Stroke treatment and rehab
- Therapy for debilitation/weakness
Skilled Care financial information
To qualify for Skilled Care, patients must have Medicare as their primary insurance with private insurance as secondary. The patient's physician and our hospital staff will help determine if patients qualify for Medicare coverage. If requirements are met, Medicare will pay 100 percent of approved charges for the first 20 days.
Getting to our outpatient rehab center
Our outpatient rehab center and cancer rehab services are offered about three miles east of Lafayette Regional Health Center's main campus at 2108 Main St., Lexington, MO 64067.
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Rehabilitation refers to the process of helping a patient recover from a serious injury or illness. Patients often have to regain strength and learn new ways of completing normal, daily activities. Physical therapy, a branch of rehabilitation, focuses on building strength and mobility after disease, injury or surgery.Learn about Physical therapy and rehabilitation
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