At Parkview Huntington Hospital Rehabilitation and Wellness Center, we provide treatment for various neurological, orthopaedic, sports and work-related injuries including, but not limited to, the following:
- Neck and back injuries
- Speech and swallowing difficulties
- Post-fracture therapy
- Workers compensation injuries
- Post-surgical therapy
- Wounds and burns
- Sports injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Carpel tunnel syndrome
- Head injuries
- Cumulative trauma injuries
Parkview Huntington Hospital’s Rehabilitation and Wellness Center, collaborating with the Parkview Huntington Family YMCA, offers physician-prescribed aquatic therapy at the YMCA located on 500 North in Huntington County. It is not necessary for those receiving therapy to know how to swim.
The individual, one-on-one therapy sessions are conducted to benefit numerous conditions, such as orthopaedic pain as the result of joint replacement or surgery, stroke, fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis and many other conditions.
Parkview Huntington Hospital has a contractual agreement with the YMCA for exclusive use of the pool from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Patients are provided a pre-certification process to review and determine insurance benefits.
(260) 355-3240, or 1-800-533-2252, ext. 53240.
Work dynamics uses state-of-the-art computerized devices to analyze and simulate work activities designed to get workers back on the job as quickly and safely as possible, restoring not only their independence, but also the productivity of the businesses that employ them. Services provided by work dynamics include:
- ADA compliance
- BTE and work simulator
- Consistency of effort testing
- Functional capacity evaluations
- Vocational testing
- Injury reduction strategies
- Job analysis/job screens
- Work conditioning
Whether your business has three employees or 300, Work Smart will send a therapist on-site to evaluate each job performed and customize a program specifically for your company.
Services provided by Work Smart include:
- Ergonomic work risk analysis
- Ergo-team training
- Employee motivation
- Leadership team management
- Follow-up programs
- Exercise training
The Sports Care program at Parkview Huntington Hospital endeavors not only to get injured athletes back on their feet as quickly as possible, but also to prevent them from getting injured in the first place.
This Cardiac Rehabilitation program is for individuals with coronary artery disease including post heart attack, coronary bypass graft or stable angina, and consists of 12 to 36 sessions that are offered three times per week.
This program is for individuals with chronic lung disease including emphysema, bronchitis or asthma, and meets two to three times per week for 6 to 10 weeks.
This program is for individuals with diabetes mellitus or gestational diabetes and consists of individual sessions and group sessions as available.
This program is for individuals with diabetes, weight-management problems, hyperlipidemia, pediatric obesity or normal nutrition, and consists of individual sessions with the dietitian.
Exercise testing is an excellent way to see the progress individuals are making with their fitness program, not to mention an excellent motivational tool. By supplying a goal to work toward and allowing one to see the measurable improvements in performance, exercise testing can really motivate people to stay fit. Our testing program emphasizes five distinct health and fitness areas:
- Body composition and girth measurements
- Aerobic capacity
- Muscular strength
This testing includes an interpretation of the test results and will provide recommendations on how individuals can improve their goals.
To address the growing dilemma of obesity and sedentary lifestyles in youth, Parkview Huntington Hospital Wellness Center offers an exercise education class. This education course covers the importance of exercise, exercise safety, exercise methods and proper nutrition. This program is offered in four sessions. Session I, II and III cover fitness assessment, the importance of cardiovascular training and the basics of strength training. Session IV covers the basics of nutrition.
Adult Fitness Program
The adult fitness program is designed to help people meet their health and fitness goals. Each person that starts the adult fitness program receives a personalized exercise prescription. This exercise prescription will be designed taking into account one’s health history, personal goals and ability level. It will include a combination of cardiovascular exercise, strength training and flexibility training.
At Parkview Huntington Hospital, we have exercises for people of all ability levels. Whether you prefer to walk on a treadmill or ride a stationary bike, we have something for everyone.
To improve cardiovascular fitness, we have treadmills, a rowing machine, elliptical machines, seated step machines, Stairmasters, recumbent bicycles, arm bikes and Airdynes.
In addition to our collection of cardiovascular machines, we have a variety of weight machines. Strength training is essential to improve muscle health, increase bone density and improve metabolism. The Parkview Huntington Hospital Fitness Center has machine weights, dumbbell free weights and a variety of elastic Dyna bands to help you achieve your strength training goals.
Fees and Pre-certification
At the Rehabilitation and Wellness Center, we understand that the best care in the world is meaningless if it’s not affordable, so we work diligently to keep our fees competitive with those of other area facilities. In addition, most medical health insurance plans offer coverage for rehabilitation services. And, to avoid any surprises, Parkview Huntington Hospital will pre-certify your insurance coverage and benefits prior to treatment.
(260) 355-3240 or (800) 533-2252, ext. 53240.
Parkview Huntington Hospital Rehabilitation and Wellness
2001 Stults Road