A state of the art body weight support system that is used in conjunction with comprehensive rehabilitation to remove the fear of falling.
An occupational therapist/driving rehab specialist (DRS) will perform the clinical evaluation to determine the effects that medical conditions, functional limitations and medications may have on the safety of driving.
Aquatic therapy combines exercises in the aquatic environment with physical or occupational therapy, which provides heat, buoyancy, resistance and hydrostatic pressure.
Tears of Joy today for Mr Charles Warren. He is finally going home after recovering from Covid. He has been in the hospital for 5 months.
Family, friends and co workers from the Tangipahoa Sheriffs department came out to escort him home.
Elizabeth is in our Aquatics Maintenance class after completing PT last summer. “I look forward to getting in the warm water. It helps me physically, mentally and spiritually. Especially since I’m unable to get down in a tub due to my amputation. I use a regular prosthetic leg in the water, it just doesn’t have the cosmetic look. I usually use the stairs to get in the pool but it’s nice to have the option of the chair with a lift if my knees are hurting on the days that I come for the Maintenance class”.
Elizabeth was at Baton Rouge Rehab as an Inpatient & then Outpatient in 2018 after falling at church & breaking her tibia on the same side as her amputation. Then again in 2019 after her abdominal surgery for cancer. Click below for Elizabeth's full story!