Kootenai Health provides comprehensive rehabilitation services to help patients achieve their best possible outcomes. Through dedicated service and compassionate care, our team believes rehabilitation services play a vital role for patients in their healthcare journey.
As one of the largest rehabilitation service providers in our region, our patients benefit from a team approach. This means patients are able to complete a full spectrum of treatments, procedures, and consultations from a multidisciplinary team of therapists for an individualized and comprehensive care plan.
Our rehabilitation services department serves patients during and after hospital treatment for a seamless care transition as well as provides robust outpatient therapy services for the community.
Our therapy providers have extensive experience you can trust for the care of you or your loved one.
Kootenai Health Rehabilitation Services - Main Campus
Kootenai Health Rehabilitation Services - Post Falls
Kootenai Health’s Rehabilitation Services provides a broad spectrum of treatments and condition-specific programs to help patients achieve the highest quality of life. Here are some of the foundations of our practice:
Physical therapy is a vital aspect of rehabilitation because it restores movement and function. Our physical therapists provide services to patients and clients who have impairments, functional limitations, disabilities or changes in physical function and health status resulting from injury, disease or other causes. They provide prevention and wellness services, including screening and health promotion.
Occupational therapists use purposeful activity or interventions designed to promote health, prevent injury or disability, and which develop, improve, sustain or restore the highest possible level of independence. Occupational therapy may be needed following illness, cognitive impairment, psychosocial dysfunction, mental illness, developmental or learning disability, physical disability or other disorder or condition.
Our speech-language pathologists can help patients who have a difficult time thinking, communicating, remembering and swallowing. Our therapists have advanced training in the areas of cognition, speech disorders, aphasia, swallowing and voice disorders.
Our pediatric therapy program offers comprehensive evaluation and treatments for children from birth to age 21. All programs are customized to highlight the child’s functional goals during the therapy session, which can then be carried on at home and at school.
For more information about our various therapy programs, call (208) 625-5311.
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