Therapy Services

Care for your Lifestyle

You may be working toward improving your health, but that doesn’t mean your rehab has to slow you down. We provide comprehensive outpatient therapy services to meet your individual needs and help you move through life.

Rehabilitation Information

“Better, Faster, Stronger is our goal for you.”

Therapy Gym – Located on the First Floor

Professional Therapy Staff include:

• Physical Therapist (PT)

• Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA)

• Occupational Therapist (OT)

• Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)

• Speech Therapist

We Offer

– Therapy programs tailored to each patient’s needs

  • Outpatient Therapy
  • Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy
  • Inpatient Therapy
  • Activities of daily living, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy

– Comprehensive assessment and treatment for patients with one or multiple diagnoses to help increase the quality of life while maintaining an active lifestyle
– Education to help you maximize the benefits of therapy

Move Through Life

Pleasant View Nursing Home partners with Aegis Therapies to offer a comprehensive rehabilitation program to help you move through life and achieve the highest level of functional skills possible. Better, faster, and stronger is our goal for you.

Our physical, speech, and occupational therapists collaborate to help patients and residents reach their individual therapy goals. Our therapists utilize the latest therapy treatments and equipment to tailor a therapy plan for you.

No matter your goals, we encourage you and your family to be actively involved in creating your care plan for the best results.

Regain Movement

Regain muscle strength and improve coordination following injury or illness with help from our physical therapist.

If you have difficulty climbing stairs or moving from bed to a chair, physical therapy can help you restore functionality or adapt to meet new challenges. Our patients and residents can learn to walk safely again with support equipment, maneuver a wheelchair, or use an artificial limb. Physical therapy can also help control or alleviate acute or chronic pain.

Improve Communication

Strokes or other injuries can cause issues with many different types of communication. Our speech-language pathologist work one-on-one with patients to help them regain functional communication in a variety of ways- speaking, listening, writing, reading, gesturing, etc. Establishing successful communication can dramatically improve recovery.

The speech-language pathologist also helps improve other types of daily interaction with therapies to improve swallowing and methods for communicating with the hearing-impaired cognitive training.

Relearn Skills

Have you lost the ability to perform certain daily activities on your own? Our occupational therapist will help you relearn tasks (personal hygiene, meal preparation, homemaking, and financial management).

Learn how to use the techniques and equipment to complete these tasks. Occupational therapists also work on cognitive, musculoskeletal, and mobility concerns, including adaptive seating devices to prevent muscle deformities and maintain healthy skin. Additionally, they can help people with memory attention or problem-solving deficits.

Why Choose Outpatient Therapy?

Our outpatient therapy program can help you:

– Make a smooth transition from an inpatient medical setting to a home environment
– Speed healing from an injury surgery, illness, or deconditioning
– Decrease muscle and joint pain, and improve functionality
– Implement a home exercise program to maximize your recovery

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are currently receiving inpatient therapy at our facility, your therapist can provide information on outpatient therapy services.
If you are not a resident at our facility, please contact your physician to obtain a prescription for therapy services.

Contact our therapy department to schedule an appointment.

Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance may cover all or part of your therapy costs. Please contact your insurance provider or speak to someone in our business office for details.

Wear loose and comfortable clothing to your therapy sessions.

No. Patients are asked to provide their own transportation to and from therapy sessions.


Have Questions?

Pleasant View Rehabilitation Therapy is open to the public. See how you can qualify.