Pet Therapy Changes the Lives of the Seniors

Everyone knows that petting a dog or cat is known to have calming effects on your body. A pet can bring many health benefits to its owner, including lower cholesterol and even helping them fight depression. As a result, more and more animals are being used for therapeutic purposes at senior facilities. It makes seniors […]

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Cardiac Rehab: What to Expect

Regaining strength after cardiac surgery can sometimes be just as challenging as the surgery itself. Cardiac rehab, with the help of Fort Tryon’s trained professionals, can help patients resume their life with confidence and independence. What does Cardiac Rehab at Fort Tryon Look Like? Cardiac rehabilitation programs can last between one to three months. Patients work with […]

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Stroke Rehabilitation: What to expect when recovering at Fort Tryon

According to the American Heart Association, more than half a million people in the U.S. survive a stroke each year. Finding a stroke rehabilitation program early is critical to relearning skills and regaining independence, but perhaps just as important is finding the right stroke rehabilitation program that meets your particular needs with a customized approach […]

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Why Extra Care Is Needed While In Amputee Rehab?

If you are one of the hundreds of Americans with a recent lower extremity amputation, you not only want a reputable rehabilitation center but one that responds to your personal needs with specialized care to rapidly restore your independence. Many amputees who have utilized our center describe us just that way. Here’s why… You Are […]

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