Shore Health Systems
Shore Health System

Information

Tel. 410-822-1000, ext 5532
Tel. 410-228-5511, ext 2111
Tel. 410-822-1000, ext. 5845

Specialty Services

Requard Center for Acute Rehabilitation
410-822-1000 ext 5845
410-822-1000 ext 5873
866-414-2067 (Toll Free)

Balance Center
15 Sunburst Center, Cambridge
Tel (Direct): 410-221-0029
Tel: 410-228-5511, ext. 2122

Lokomat Robotic Gait Rehabilitation
10B Martin Court, Easton
Tel: 410-822-3080, ext. 2525

Shore Health System Swallowing Center
10B Martin Court, Easton
Tel: 410-822-1000, ext. 2525
or 410-822-3080

Inpatient Services

Dorchester General Hospital
300 Byrn Street
Cambridge, MD 21613
Tel: 410 228-5511, ext. 8363

The Memorial Hospital
219 S. Washington Street
Easton, MD 21601
Tel: 410 822-1000, ext. 5532

Outpatient Services

Center for Integrative Medicine
607 Dutchman's Lane, Ste. B
Easton, MD 21601
Tel: 410 770-9400

Shore Rehabilitation of Cambridge
15 Sunburst Center
Cambridge, MD 21613
Tel: 410 221-0029

Shore Rehabilitation of Denton
920 Market Street
Denton, MD 21629
Tel: 410 479-3300

Shore Rehabilitation of Easton
10B Martin Court
Easton, MD 21601
Tel: 410 822-3080

Shore Rehabilitation of Queenstown
125 Shoreway Drive, Suite 280
Queenstown, MD 21658
Tel: 410 827-3818
Fax: 410 827-7635
Our Rehabilitatioin Physicians specialized in PT, OT, and SLP

Our Physicians and Team

Rehabilitation Physicians

Is a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O) who has a specialty in Physiatry (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), Neurology or other medical discipline, where they are certified and/or significantly experienced to provide medical rehabilitation physician services. They demonstrate knowledge, experience and use of evidence based practice, and active learning in the field of rehabilitation. They ensure the adequacy of the individual treatment plans and programs, work closely with patients, families, other physicians and rehabilitation specialists as well as the community. In addition to medical rehabilitation care they routinely provide education and advocacy on rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation Nursing

Rehabilitation Nursing involves specially trained and experienced nurses that practice medical nursing as other nurses, but further focus their goals and efforts towards improving functional independence and an optimal quality of life for individuals who suffer limitations or restrictions in their own unique activities of daily living following disabling illnesses and injuries. Rehabilitation Nurses take a more holistic approach to meeting patients’ medical, vocational, educational, environmental and spiritual needs as part of a meaningful recovery from their impairments. They are a key team member in the establishment and accomplishment of a 24/7 interdisciplinary medical-rehabilitation Plan of Care, and provide guidance and empowerment to patients/families to support their right and responsibility to make informed decisions about their future.

Physical Therapy (PT)

Physical Therapy (PT) encompasses the identification, prevention, remediation, and rehabilitation of acute or prolonged physical dysfunction or pain, with emphasis on movement dysfunction. Such therapy will include examination and analysis of patients, education, and the therapeutic application of physical and chemical agents, exercise, and other procedures to maximize functional independence.

Occupational Therapy (OT)

Occupational Therapy (OT) encompasses the provision of goal-directed, purposeful activity to aid in the development of adaptive skills and performance capacities by individuals of all ages who have physical disabilities and related psychological impairment(s). Such therapy includes assessment, education and therapeutic procedures and training and is designed to maximize independence, prevent further disability, and maintain health.

Speech-language Pathology (SLP)

Speech-language Pathology (SLP) encompasses a continuum of services including prevention, identification, diagnosis, consultation, education and treatment of patients with speech, language, oral, pharyngeal, and laryngeal sensorimotor dysfunction. Screenings are utilized to identify individuals who require further evaluation to determine the presence or absence of a communication, swallow or hearing disorder. Referrals are made to an audiologist for evaluation of patients with potential hearing impairments identified during screenings.

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