Whether you have experienced an unexpected health event, or have been managing a health condition for years, our team combines compassion and respect with the latest rehabilitation tools and treatments to help you find the strength to overcome.
Physical therapy (PT) is the treatment of disease or injury with physical techniques such as exercise, cold and heat treatments, manual therapy techniques, and stretching.
Our physical therapy program offers non-invasive treatments that help patients develop, maintain, and restore maximum body movement and physical function. Treatments can be applied at any age or stage of life, with the ultimate goal to improve health and quality of life.
Our licensed physical therapists can help patients recover from an injury, relieve pain, prevent future injury, or deal with a chronic condition. They help with conditions like arthritis, joint replacement, sports injury, concussion, knee pain, back and neck pain, stroke, general weakness, and many more. They also provide specialized post-operative rehabilitation for patients of all ages who are recovering from surgery.
Occupational therapy (OT) focuses on helping you become independent in performing activities of daily life (ADL) – habits that you need to participate in self-care, work, and recreational activities. It can help patients recovering from injury and surgery, and those managing chronic illness.
Our occupational therapists work to restore your upper body function and motility by addressing your range of motion, strength tasks, coordination, sensation, endurance, and visual skills.
Our occupational therapists who specialize in neurorehabilitation help you to regain the ability to engage in independent living activities (such as eating, cooking, grooming, bathing, dressing, safe use of the toilet, tub and shower, household tasks) as well as activities that have personal meaning and value.
Our occupational therapists who specialize in orthopaedic rehabilitation provide non-operative and post-operative treatment for the upper limbs, including treatment for conditions of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand.
Speech therapy focuses on the improvement of language, communication, swallowing, and fluency. One of the most common symptoms that we treat is dysphagia, which refers to difficulty swallowing. Dysphagia can be caused by a stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, cancer, or healing from a physical injury and can affect your tongue, mouth, throat, or esophagus.
Our speech-language pathologists start with a thorough diagnostic evaluation and then create a customized treatment plan. Your treatment may involve working on some or all of the following:
We work collaboratively with you and your family on this plan and consult with your physician and other highly trained professionals within our health system as needed.
Personalized Rehabilitative Services
Your individualized care plan may include: