New Kensington, PA Restorative Care Programs
If you or a loved one need help regaining physical health and function after an injury or illness, Platinum Ridge Center for Rehabilitation & Healing can help. Our Restorative Program is a joint venture between our nursing and recreation therapy departments to provide targeted, enjoyable exercises and activities to select residents who have been screened as appropriate for the program. With a choice of private or semi-private rooms, a wide array of amenities and recreational activities, and concierge service, our residents are sure to feel comfortable and pampered with care throughout their stay.
Our program always starts with a music-filled dancing warm-up, and tools such as arm and leg weights, and foam noodles in order to restore and increase strength, balance, and endurance. For goals such as maintaining or restoring ambulation, and improving range of motion, residents may receive personal 1:1 care with an expert service provider.
Platinum Ridge staff members are highly qualified, and take pride in providing the highest quality level of care in the New Kensington, PA area. Whether you’re recovering from a stroke, coronary event, joint replacement, or other surgical procedures, our goal-oriented approach is meant to get you back on your feet and living independently once again.
Give us a call at 724-224-9200 to schedule a tour or request more information today!
“I would like to extend my grateful appreciation to the many people who cared for and loved my husband, Lou C. I was truly blessed to witness the loving care and concern he received from the wonderful people of Platinum Ridge Center. The love shown to him means more to me than words can explain. The many prayers offered in his name has brought me great comfort. With much love.” – Patricia C.
Located just 15 minutes from New Kensington, PA, you’ll never be too far from your loved ones during your stay at Platinum Ridge
New Kensington, known locally as New Ken, is a city in Westmoreland County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, situated along the Allegheny River 18 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. The population was 13,116 at the 2010 Census. Like much of Westmoreland County and surrounding areas, the region was a hunting ground for Native Americans of the Six Nations European-American settlement began in the mid-1700s. Continental army troops built Fort Crawford, near the mouth of Pucketa Creek, in 1777. The fort was abandoned in 1793.
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