Senior Rehabilitation in Johnson County, KS
As part of our full continuum of care services, you’ll find short- and long-term senior rehabilitation in Johnson County, KS at Santa Marta. When you need the right plan for your body to heal and be at its best again, we provide both long-term care and short-term skilled nursing to help you recuperate, gain strength and get back on your feet as quickly as possible.
Santa Marta provides inpatient therapy following a qualified hospital stay. Call 913-732-0889 to learn more!
Ordinarily, rehabilitation can take a few days to weeks. Our skilled therapists will work with your primary care physician to design a treatment for your specific needs. Among the best for senior rehabilitation in Kansas City, they’ll provide personalized care using the most advanced treatments and technologies in our safe, comfortable surroundings.
Santa Marta provides inpatient therapy, following a qualified hospital stay, to access our Olathe rehabilitation services. Our clinical specialties include, but aren’t limited to:
- Occupational and physical therapy for seniors
- Speech therapy for seniors
- Vital Stim and E-Stim
- Heat and cold modalities
- Neurologic and orthopedic rehabilitation
- Post-surgical reconditioning
- Care management and discharge planning
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Frequently asked questions
Health Services at Santa Marta provides short- and long- term rehabilitation through physical, speech and occupational therapies. Resident and nonresident seniors can receive expert care from our skilled pathologists and therapists using the most advanced treatments and technologies. Senior rehabilitation treatment may include:
- Cardiac care
- Joint replacement
- Pain management
- Neurologic recovery
- Stroke recovery
- Wound healing
- Respiratory care
- Other major illness, event or surgery
Both help restore strength and mobility; however, occupational therapy helps people adapt to their social and physical environment through education in things like dressing, memory training and coordination exercises.
Our skilled speech and language pathologists address communication issues and swallowing dysfunction. They’ll design treatment plans to help with language ability, provide alternate communication strategies and give appropriate diet recommendations.