Quince Nursing and Rehabilitation Outpatient Therapy center offers a continuum of care for those who are seen for short term rehabilitation stays and then return home with the need for further therapy provided by Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Speech/Language Pathology to meet their full rehab potential.

This is also an option for those who may have gone home directly after their surgery and may require additional therapy to return to their activities of daily living as they adjust back into the home atmosphere.

The professionally trained therapists will work with you to determine your level of functioning and will also provide recommended therapy exercises for you to pratice in your home environment to ensure your progress continues to move forward.

Having Trouble Adapting at Home?

Are you having trouble adapting your current physical condition to the activities at home that used to be easy? Or recently had a surgery to correct an orthopedic illness or injury? Contact us today to learn more about how physical therapy may help you adapt your current physical condition to the everyday activities at home that used to be easy before your illness or injury.

The use of stairs, laundry, cooking, cleaning, and gardening are just a few examples of daily activities that can become easy again through the physical therapy programs offered at Quince Nursing and Rehabilitation Outpatient Physical Therapy center.

Physical Occupational and Speech Therapy for recovery from conditions such as:

  • Knee Replacements
  • Hip Fractures
  • Sports injuries such as Tennis or Golfer's Elbow
  • Orthopedic injuries affecting the shoulder, arm, hand or wrist
    • Shoulder Repairs
    • Rotator Cuff Repairs
    • Drop Foot
    • Ankle Surgery
    • Carpal Tunnel
    • Plantar Fasciitis
    • Patella Injury
  • Stroke or Cardiac Illnesses
  • Pain Management (for the back, legs, shoulders, knees, etc)

Quince Nursing and Rehabilitation Center also uses state of the art technology for Speech Therapy such as Vital-Stim®. This non-invasive e-stim therapy is specifically used to treat dysphagia and increase swallowing function.  It helps retrain the muscles used in swallowing along with exercise therapy designed by the Speech-Language Pathologist to decrease the risk of aspiration and reduce dietary restrictions.

Outpatient Physical Therapy is offered on an appointment basis with flexible hours to ensure we are meeting the needs of each individual. (As Ordered by Physician)