Short Stay Rehabilitation

The Most Advanced Equipment and Technology

At Woodbine, our therapists keep up-to-date on the latest techniques in therapy and work with residents in a newly renovated 6,400 square foot gym to help them attain their highest level of functioning.

Our rehab equipment is state-of-the-art and includes:

  • A fully-equipped stationary Mercedes Benz “therapy car” for automobile transfer and mobility training–both for patients and their caregivers. After being taught how to safely perform such everyday motions as getting into and out of a car, adjusting seats and controls, putting items into the trunk and removing them, patients regain the confidence to resume independent activities by safely practicing them.
  • Non-invasive neuromuscular stimulation, ultrasound, and electromagnetic therapeutic devices from Accelerated Care Plus that are used to treat wounds, urinary incontinence, contractures and neuromuscular dysfunction as well as for stroke recovery and management of pain, edema and inflammation.
  • SciFit Recumbent Bikes – Cardio bikes used for low impact strengthening and endurance training without placing a person’s full bodyweight on the joints or limbs being exercised.
  • Core Balance – a computerized balance and exercise system offering the latest in virtual technology providing a high-tech way for balance assessment and training.
  • Bioness H200 – functional electrical stimulation used after stroke or spinal cord injury to reeducates muscles of the hand and forearm.
  • ACP Synchrony – a clinical program used for the treatment of swallowing dysfunction or dysphagia. The Synchrony program uses an electrical stimulation waveform and virtual reality biofeedback to improve swallowing performance and outcomes.
  • ACP OmniVR –addresses muscle weakness, poor balance or coordination, loss of flexibility/movement and reduced endurance by re-creating a patient’s movements in a 3-D virtual reality experience that improves exercise motivation, repetition and duration.
  • LiteGait a partial weight-bearing device that allows patients to begin gait training earlier in the rehabilitation process while providing postural stability.
  • ACP OmniCycles – allow patients–particularly those suffering from poor balance, weakness, loss of flexibility, partial paralysis, and respiratory or cardiac limitations–to begin therapeutic exercise sooner through the use of power assistance and biofeedback.
  • A porch “texture garden” which helps patients overcome the challenge of walking on different types of surfaces
  • Kitchen, laundry, and full bath in Woodbine’s gym area to teach patients how to resume “activities of daily home living” and allow them to safely practice what they learn.