RUHS Medical Center
Rehabilitation Department - 1st Floor
26520 Cactus Avenue, Moreno Valley, CA 92555
Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
The Rehabilitation Department’s therapists have decades of experience, with some having worked 15 to 30 years treating patients with a wide variety of diagnoses and impairments.
Rehabilitations services are available in the areas of physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and wound care.
- Physical therapy helps develop, maintain and restore maximum function and movement.
Pain reduction and mobility also can be addressed through this type of therapy, especially for patients affected by injury, disease or the process of aging. Our physical therapists will work with you to manage and improve your condition, and will develop an individual plan targeted to your needs that promotes wellness and fitness.
Our team of occupational therapists are skilled at working with people of all ages to maximize their abilities following physical illness or disability. Your occupational therapist will work with you
to develop an individual plan to regain, maintain and/or expand the skills necessary for a meaningful and satisfying life. Staff includes a children’s occupational therapist and a therapist certified in treating hand and upper extremity impairments.
Our pediatric and adult speech therapists are experts in treating speech, voice and swallowing disorders. Our staff includes a therapist trained in modified barium swallow and a speech therapist who specializes in working with children. Our therapists will provide an objective assessment and develop a plan specifically targeted to assist with restoring or expanding speech ability, particularly if a patient has been affected by a stroke or traumatic accident or if a child has missed key developmental milestones.
- Our staff members have expertise in providing the most effective and efficient treatments for facilitating wound healing. They are knowledgeable about conditions that may hinder healing, such as complications from reduced circulation, compromised immune systems and diabetes. Our team includes a board certified and specially trained physical therapist who can work closely with you to incorporate the most current and advanced wound care protocols into your treatment plan.