- Experience in cognitive testing
- Provide education to the patient and family to maximize the benefit of therapy
- Design treatment plans to meet your individual needs
- Provide the personal attention that you/your loved one deserves
- Expertise in the Geriatric population
- Expertise in Cognitive testing
- Create a smooth transition to the home setting, prevent falls, improve function and decrease pain
- Provide quality services to former inpatients, employees injured on the job and for any member of the community
Key Questions to ask your therapist:
- Which therapies will the patient be receiving?
- What therapeutic activities will be included?
- How much improvement can we expect?
- Are there activities we can do to increase progress?
- What contributing factors are helpful for an early discharge?
- How can we continue to keep the patient motivated?
- What can we provide to promote optimum therapeutic progress?
- Can family observe therapy?
- How long will the patient receive therapy?
Family members are welcome to attend therapy sessions and if you have questions- please ask any of our therapists.
Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
- Improve walking, transfers, bed mobility, balance and safety awareness
- Reduce falls
- Assess and train appropriate use of assistive devices
- Relieve pain due to musculoskeletal and neurological conditions
- Decrease/control edema (swelling) in arms and legs
- Assist in healing of pressure ulcers, burns and other wounds
- Teach patients to lower limb prostheses
- Fabricate/obtain and fit orthotic devices
- Retrain activities of daily living (ADLs)
- Energy conservation techniques
- Contracture management
- Wheelchair mobility
- Fine motor movements of upper extremities
- Safety skills
- Visual perceptual deficits
- Adaptive equipment
- Upper limb prosthesis
- Increase upper limb functional use
Speech Language Pathology
- Increase communications, comprehension, memory and cognition
- Use of artificial larynx
- Use of devices and techniques to offset hearing loss
- Exercises, techniques and modifications to offset swallowing problems (dysphasia)