Restorative Nursing

Tower Hill Healthcare Center offers a Restorative Nursing Program which serves as a link between therapy and nursing. The goal of restorative nursing is to ensure the functional gains made in physical and occupational therapy are successfully maintained. Tower Hills therapists work with nurses as consultants in designing individualized restorative programs for each patient.

The need for rehabilitation therapy is generally triggered by an acute illness or injury. Restorative nursing bases treatment on restoring or compensating for skills lost through chronic disease or lack of use.

Our Restorative Nursing Programs includes:

  • Walking programs
  • Bed mobility
  • Training with dressing and grooming
  • Eating, swallowing training
  • Strengthening techniques
  • Range of motion exercises
  • Splint or brace application
  • instruction in safe transferring
  • Bowel and Urinary toilet training