Neurological Rehabilitation

Speech and Language Therapy:

At Cortlandt Healthcare, we are dedicated to tailoring each patient’s needs regimen by providing services to those who have difficulties with speech, language, voice, cognition, or swallowing due to a neurological disorder or injury. For patients with aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, and dysphagia, therapy techniques are selected based upon the individual’s needs and abilities. We understand the neurological, logistical, and psychological detriment that a central nervous system injury can cause to a patient, his/her loved ones, and the disruption it can cause in his/her daily life. We serve our community with the scientific fund of knowledge in this dynamic field, with compassion and with hope.

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Stroke Rehabilitation:

Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability in the United States and comprises over half of the neurological hospital admissions each year. Specialty stroke rehabilitation ensures that the patient is equipped with the tools and support to reach their maximum physical, functional and psychosocial potential. Stroke rehabilitation programming is catered to the individual and their needs, assisting the patient with relearning skills and accomplishing daily tasks as close to if not more improved than their level of functioning before their stroke. Our care team also assists patients in adaptation and compensation techniques through education and building support systems at home.

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Parkinson’s Disease Therapy:

Parkinson’s disease is a neurological movement disorder caused by disrupting dopamine-producing cells in the brain. Common symptoms include tremor, slowness of movement, stiff muscles, unsteadiness in walking, balance, and coordination. Unfortunately, there is no cure and care treatment options focus on supportive care and attempts at slowing the disease progression.

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