Skyway Rehab Services

Welcome to Skyway Rehab!
Since 2005, we have been providing comprehensive in-patient and out-patient services to our community. Our scope of programming includes physical, occupational and speech-language therapy.
Our skilled clinical staff works closely with you, your family, and your physician to establish a functional plan of care. Skyway Rehab is honored to be designated as a licensed Comprehensive Out-patient Rehab Facility (CORF).  We are committed
to supporting you through life's transitions. Residents of ICMCF and patients on our short-term rehab unit, have access to our on-site programming. A continuum of care is established when an individual returns home and continues through our out-patient services.

How may we be of service to you?

Our diverse and innovative programming is designed to facilitate progress with individuals who present with impairments resulting from an accident, illness, injury and/or surgery. Offering a well rounded rehab program in:
~Physical Therapy  ~Occupational Therapy  ~Speech/Language Therapy

This may include treatment for ailments such as:

Back/Neck Injuries
Balance Issues
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
Hand Injuries
Language Impairments
Memory Issues

Orthopedic Injuries

Post-operative Joint Rehab
Prosthetic Training
Speech Impairments
Sports Injuries
Stroke Recovery
Swallowing Difficulty
Traumatic Brain Injury
Wound Care


Working in the therapy gymWhat makes Skyway Rehab unique?

We continue to develop and utilize innovative treatment options for our diverse patient population. Our controlled multi-sensory environment, "Sensory Trails" on our memory care unit, has been specifically designed to deliver stimuli to various senses, using lighting effects, color, sounds, music, scents, etc. The combination of different materials on the activity panels support safe exploration using tactile and auditory input.  The bubble tower and fiber optic cables have a calming effect while providing visual interest and stimulation.  Patients and residents are demonstrating decreased agitation, improved attention and concentration skills, increased upright posture and overall interaction.  

Sensory input improves timing and rhythm. This is the foundation of Interactive Metronome. It uniquely combines the concept of a musical metronome with a computer based patented software program.  It precisely measures and trains a person’s timing and rhythm to improve performance at home, school, work and play. Many studies have implicated poor timing and rhythm in individuals with auditory processing disorders, Aphasia, Parkinson’s and other neurological conditions including strokes. Improved timing facilitates improved balance and subsequently reduces the risk of falls.

Our rehab staff has been trained and certified in Interactive Metronome. Through synchronizing motor movements with a steady auditory beat, we are developing and rehabilitating balance, cognitive, communication, sensory self-care, strength and motor skills.

Our Commitment to You.

Traditional therapy strategies remain an essential component in maximizing functional skills. Enhancing our current techniques with evidence-based practices fully engage the patient's neurological system. This coordinates the communication between critical neural networks and further engages fine and gross motor skills.

You will receive comprehensive evaluations, functional treatment plans, coordination of services and assistance identifying and obtaining adaptive equipment. After a debilitating illness, tasks that were everyday functions may become difficult to perform. Our occupational therapy staff will work with you to restore these functions and support you in regaining your independence in activities of daily living.

Let our Occupational Team get you back on your way to independence with training in:

  • Cooking
  • Housekeeping
  • Dressing
  • Laundry
  • Mobility 
  • Financial
  • Personal Care
SKYWAY Rehab also provides cognitive assessments to individuals with orientation, word finding and memory concerns. Standardized protocols are utilized to determine if an individual’s cognitive skills are within normal limits, characterize a mild impairment or if signs of dementia are present. Skilled cognitive re-training has proven to be effective in improving scores and maximizing independence.