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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is a health profession that specializes in treatment and specific training and exercises for physical limitations and musculoskeletal injuries. We offer physical modalities for pain relief, swelling relief, and muscle relaxation; and therapeutic exercises for improving joint mobility, muscle strength, cardio-vascular and muscle endurance, walking ability, and other functional limitations. Many of our patients receive directed programs for total joint replacements, sports injuries, back and neck injuries, stroke and neurological injuries, balance difficulties, wound care, and weakness and limited self-care from other diseases or surgery. Physician referral is required for physical therapy services.

Physical Therapy can help relieve pain and dysfunction for people with:
- Sports injuries
- Neurological Conditions
- Muschle & Joint Pain
- Surgery Recovery
- Repetitive Motion Injuries

Our Rehab Department is staffed

Monday - Friday 9am-5pm

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is the only profession that helps people across the lifespan to do the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of daily activities (occupations). Occupational therapy practitioners enable people of all ages to live life to its fullest by helping them promote health, and prevent--or live better with--injury, illness, or disability.
Our Occupational Therapists create individualized treatment plans to address each patient's unique needs and goals. Areas addressed by OT may include basic skills such as dressing and bathing, as well as higher-level skills such as cooking, yard work, hobbies, and return to work. OT's work toward helping people function at their highest level of independence, as well as adapting the environment to meet each individual's unique needs. A physician's referral is required for occupational therapy services

Occupational Therapy can help you establish or regain these skills:
- Personal Hygiene
- Eating
- Speaking
- Fine Motor Skills
- Interpersonal Skills
- Behavioral Strategies

Speech Therapy

Speech therapists work with a range of human communication and swallowing disorders in individuals across the lifespan. Therapy gets people back to living their most meaningful lives, by restoring the highest level of independence possible, with the things that are most important to the individual. At the most basic level, this means restoring the ability to complete daily activities such as eating/drinking safely, communicating wants/needs, understanding the speech of others, and being able to use their voice. In addition, SLP's provide training and education to family/caregivers and work collaboratively with other professionals to ensure they're providing the best possible care. Ultimately, the goal of a speech therapist is to get their patients back to normal functioning, or to live better with-injury, illness, or disability. Talk to your doctor about your needs. In order for an Speech-Language Pathologist to evaluate you, you must have a physician's order. 

Speech Therapy can help you work on:
- Speech Impediments
- Language Delays
- Tongue Tie
- Swallowing 
- Stuttering 
- Cognitive Communication Skills

Rehabilitation Services

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