Respect, quality care and fun come together in our physical therapy service.
Physical well-being can positively influence mental and psychological well-being. At Brooklyn-based Haym Salomon Home for Nursing & Rehabilitation we have the latest equipment and highly qualified staff to meet your specific needs.
Our team understands the benefits of physical therapy and its ability to take advantage of the body’s natural healing ability. Through the use of exercise and carefully designed activities, we educate our patients to use their own body’s abilities to restore healing and capacity within themselves.
We also like to involve and inform clients’ families and loved ones. This can help to motivate clients and make them feel that people care.
Each physical therapy program is uniquely designed and highly supervised. This way we ensure effective results and utmost patient safety.
Our professional staff are always aware of the need for close monitoring of physical activities. They are also aware of the value of fun and a good laugh. It’s a delicate balance and one our staff are brilliant at striking.
Our aim is to help clients gain a sense of achievement and do things they could not do before. Steady, rather than spectacular, progress is what we hope to achieve. Physical therapy helps clients become more independent, something that can be a boon for their psychological state, too.
Haym Salomon provides restorative therapy from 5-7 days a week, depending on the patient’s condition and tolerance levels. In addition, our highly-experienced staff work with patients one on one to achieve results in a controlled and safe environment.
Human beings need movement and when that movement is restricted or constrained we do not feel right. Physical therapy seeks to restore some of the natural movement of joints, ligaments, muscles and tendons. Done in the right way, such therapy can also be highly beneficial to those with arthritis.
Physical Therapy Entire Spectrum
- Orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions
- Arthritis-related joint pain
- Conditions which affect bones, ligaments, muscles and tendons
- Pre- and post-orthopedic surgery