When injury, illness, or post-surgical conditions slow you down, rehabilitative therapy can play a crucial role in improving your life, help to speed your recovery and decrease your chance of re-injury. A skilled therapist can guide you toward recovery and has much to offer even when you are healthy. Our Rehabilitation Center promotes a focus on overall health. Whether you are recovering from injury or illness, or simply want to stay healthy and fit, we offer you access to highly trained and skilled therapists. You also have access to a state-of-the-art Fitness Center located on campus.
We offer both inpatient and outpatient services, as well as community fitness and wellness programming aimed to keep you happier and healthier.
Therapy services include:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech/Language Pathology
- Therapeutic Recreation Services
- Fitness Center Membership
Rehabilitation Center Information
Appointments: (715) 531-6400
Hours: M-Th 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
F 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Hudson Hospital & Clinic
Rehabilitation Center Services:
Physical Therapy - focuses on safe, efficient and pain-free movement, such as when getting up from a chair or lying in bed, walking, running, or climbing stairs. A physical therapist often helps with sports-related activities.
- Sports injuries, concussions, vestibular conditions
- Balance and coordination issues
- Strength and flexibility
- Uses a combination of exercise and hands-on skills to help individuals reach their goals following injury or illness while assisting with pain management
- Combats the effects of aging or an unhealthy lifestyle
- Our staff have additional skills in edema and lymphedema management, wound care, cancer recovery and neurorehabilitation after an event such as a stroke or a diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease or Multiple Sclerosis.
Occupational Therapy - focuses on the mental and physical aspects of performing activities of everyday life. An occupational therapist often helps with hand injuries and /or regaining movement and function after surgery.
- Self-care activities such as dressing, bathing, grooming and eating
- Activities performed in the home, at school or work
- Helps to regain lost skills or improve existing abilities
- Centers on the use of the hands and arms, in planning tasks as well as performing them
- Provides hand and wrist splints and other devices to improve function, reduce pain or compensate for lost abilities
- Assess cognition to make recommendatons regarding assistance neeeded for safety
Speech/Language Pathology - focuses on the mental and physical aspects of communication
- Addresses the reception of communication, such as processing visual, auditory and other cues or messages and the expression of thought through speech or other means
- Applies techniques to improve swallowing and breathing, as well as memory, analysis and synthesis of information
Vestibular Rehabilitation - focuses on balance, inner ear or central nervous systems disorders, i.e., dizziness, vertigo, imbalance and spatial disorientation.
- Vestibular rehabilitation is a form of physical therapy that treats the symptoms associated with inner ear or central nervous symptom disorders.
- Physical therapists use exercises and other treatments to help your body compensate for the loss of inner ear function.
Learn more about Vestibular Rehabilitation.