This picture shows one of our residents working on climbing stairs with a member of our rehab team.

This picture shows one of our residents working on climbing stairs with a member of our rehab team.


At Huntsville Manor we provide the latest in Rehab Equipment. We use the latest equipment and technology and is staffed by our highly experienced therapists. We offer a full range of therapies to improve activities of daily living in our new therapy gym.

Our goal is to make your stay brief, effective and enjoyable. No one wants to be anywhere but home, but at Huntsville Manor we get you back there quicker, safer, and in better shape. So if you're one of those who may need to move forward with surgery, or if you've had an unexpected illness resulting in the need for rehab, think of Huntsville Manor Rehab as the next step in your progress back to mobility.

Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy

The Huntsville Manor Rehabilitation team consists of in-house licensed therapists in the fields of physical, occupational and speech-language therapy. Our Rehabilitation Department also offers Home Assessments to residents at discharge to determine any recommendations for a safe transition to home. 

"Helping our residents achieve the highest level of health and independence is our goal"
- Jaelynn Smith, COTA, Rehab Director

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy (PT) trains residents in the areas of ambulation, balance, transfers and lower extremity strengthening. Modalities to assist in neuromuscular retraining and pain management are also available.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) focuses on assisting residents in returning to their maximum functional level of activities of daily living. OT also assists in positioning and contracture management with splinting.

Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-Language Pathology (ST) offers services for residents with cognitive, memory, language, voice, fluency and speech deficits, as wells as problems swallowing. ST also assists with augmentative/alternative communication for those residents who require an alternative means of communication, other than traditional speech.