Tina was admitted to Clinton County Care and Rehabilitation following a fall at home for therapy services. Both physical and occupational therapy worked diligently each day to improve her out of bed tolerance while controlling her pain. Tina progressed and is now able to complete all self care tasks independently. Through participation with skilled therapy … Continued

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Debra originally admitted to Clinton County Care and Rehabilitation requiring increased medical attention and assisted care from our staff members. Friday, Debra overcame these obstacles and met her goal to return home with her family! Debra was an active participant with PT/OT/ST services, most recently receiving PT services. It has been a joy serving you … Continued

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Ms. Pat came to our home after a motor vehicle accident with numerous fractures. Ms. Pat states that Cindy, her Physical Therapist is the reason she was able to return home and back to caring for her grandson. Ms. Pat stated, “I love the staff here, and they have all been good to me.”

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Another success story for the therapy department! Marna Irwin is shown here with Tim Norris, PTA, on the day she got to go back home. Marna worked with therapy to increase her strength, balance, endurance, and safety awareness in order to return home with a decreased risk of falling.

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Shown here is Resident Grace Pearcy with her occupational therapist, Vicki Basham, working on improving her dynamic standing balance while playing a game of balloon volley with Camp Clinton camper Landan Basham. It is always exciting, as well as beneficial,  for the residents to get to interact with the kids. Landan has had many positive … Continued

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Therapy resident Edna Brown hadn’t been up to getting up and out of bed for quite a while, so it was quite the occasion when she felt strong enough to transfer out of bed and sit up in a chair for a while. Everyone was quite excited to see her up enjoying some sun and … Continued

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This lovely lady is Martha Lewis. Martha came to us for short term rehab after having having a decline in her strength, balance, and safety. She is shown doing some balance exercises with physical therapist Cindy Strang in one picture, and working on her old piano skills in another. Having her as a patient was … Continued

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In addition to PT/OT/ST services available for all inpatients at our facility, we also offer these services to outpatients as well.  Pictured is outpatient Ruby Raines with PT staff Tim Norris, PTA, Charlotte Tallent, PTA/RSM, and Cindy Strang, PT. Ruby recently completed an outpatient program of physical therapy to decrease pain associated with arthritis and … Continued

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