We can help you recover!
- Dry Needling
- Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance ®
- Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
- Hand, Wrist, Shoulder & Elbow Therapy
- Lymphedema Therapy
- Joint Replacement School
- Activities Program
To learn more about our Rehab Providers, please click here.
Scroll down to learn more about each of our programs, or to schedule an appointment, please call (603) 542-1878 or fax (603) 542-1813
Valley Regional Hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program can help you quickly and effectively make lasting changes in your lifestyle-changes that will help you gain strength, vitality and peace-of-mind after you’ve experienced a heart attack, heart surgery, or been diagnosed with a cardiac condition. Our staff offers education, support, and guidance to help you adopt and maintain healthy eating and exercise habits. Our Cardiac Rehabilitation Program follows the national guidelines set by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.
Are you having Joint Replacement Surgery? Are you working with a rehab professional to prepare? Give yourself a foundation for success by working with our specialists BEFORE your surgery.
Prepare for your joint replacement surgery with our rehab team. The Joint Replacement School allows each patient to take an active role in their care while gaining a better understanding of the total joint replacement process.
Benefits of Joint School:
- Learn about your surgery and what to expect
- Get exercises to strengthen yourself ahead of surgery
- Determine a base-line for your recovery plan
- Get the best outcome possible by being prepared
What We Offer:
- Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Activities program for daily living skills
- Therapy 6-7 days a week with highly qualified staff who have years of experience
- Private therapy rooms
- You are in the driver’s seat for your care plan and achieving goals
- Personal, patient-centered care from our team
- Help to ease discharge planning
Lymphedema is swelling, generally in the arms or legs, caused by a defect in the lymphatic system that results in too much fluid in the tissues. Some people are born with lymphatic problems that cause primary lymphedema with swelling that can occur at birth or later in life. Secondary lymphedema can develop after surgery or due to radiation, scarring, trauma, infection, chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), parasitic disease (filariasis) or obesity. Lymphedema therapy helps to decrease swelling, increase lymph drainage, improve skin condition, enhance function, relieve discomfort and reduce the risk of skin inflammation or infection (cellulitis).
Pulmonary Rehabilitation is a program of supervised exercise and education for people diagnosed with a pulmonary disease. Individuals work with a multidisciplinary team of clinicians. Individuals diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD, which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema), chronic asthma, pre- and post-lung transplant, pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis, and other pulmonary diseases. Some people enter the program after a hospital stay, and others may be referred by their primary care physician or pulmonologist. For more information about COPD please click here.
Speech therapy provides evaluation and treatment to individuals with speech voice and language disorders. Speech problems may be related to fluency, rhythm, pitch or quality. Speech therapists also assess and treat swallowing impairments due to developmental delays, stroke or traumatic injury. Valley Regional Hospital provides speech therapy to individuals of every age on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Therapy is designed to improve functioning and skill.
Hand, Wrist, Shoulder & Elbow Therapy
Our team is trained to treat a variety of hand, wrist, shoulder & elbow injuries. Any injuries including the following can be treated close to home at Valley Regional Healthcare:
- Injuries of overuse of the muscles and/or tendons
- Osteoarthritis & joint pain
- Nerve compressions/injuries
In order to schedule an appointment, first meet with your primary care provider for a referral, which can be Faxed to (603) 542-1813.