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Stroke is a life-threatening condition, but patients and doctors – working together can take steps to prevent it. That’s why we focus on providing both stroke treatment and prevention services to our community.
If you or a loved one are experiencing symptoms of a stroke, call 9-1-1 immediately.
See our Stroke Center page for more information.
We want to help you maintain a heart-healthy lifestyle after you've had a heart attack and no longer require hospitalization. That's why Mercy Medical Center has affiliated heart specialists available to help you continue on the path to better heart health in our cardiac rehabilitation center.
The goal of the Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program is to assist patients in achieving the highest level of physical and mental well being possible. This is achieved by exercise therapy and breathing techniques that enhance physical conditioning and functioning, as well as education and counseling about self-care activities, medication regimes, stress management, nutrition, and infection control.
Call (209) 564-4260 for more information about Mercy's rehabilitation services.
Occupational therapy focuses on improving a patient's function as it pertains to daily living skills. This includes dressing, grooming and eating, in addition to improving motor, cognitive, and social skills.
Physical therapy helps patients achieve a maximum level of independence and mobility by improving strength, flexibility, and functional movement. This includes bed mobility, walking, and balance.
Speech therapy, which is also known as speech pathology, focuses on improving a patient's verbal and nonverbal communication skills, problem solving abilities, concentration, memory, and voice quality.