Physical Therapist:

  • Assesses therapeutic, rehabilitative, functional, and potential needs such as muscle strengthening, range of motion, mobility and gait training.
  • Evaluates and educates patients on proper use of therapeutic equipment and prosthetic devices.
  • Treatment of injury and develop a customized maintenance program for the patient’s medical condition.

Occupational Therapist:

  • Assesses patient’s occupational therapy needs.
  • Evaluates for muscle function, strength and endurance, visual coordination, written and verbal communication skills, self-care and ability to perform activities of daily living.
  • Assist patient in regaining their abilities that were lost during their illness and promote their independence in performing their usual activities.

Speech Therapist:

  • Conducts diagnostic speech and language evaluation.
  • Identifies functional speech deficits, and develops appropriate plan of care with the physician.
  • Provides direct speech therapy using specialized therapeutic technique and recommends communication devices, aids, and/or equipment.

Rehabilitation Programs

  • Physical injury and orthopedic rehabilitation.
  • Therapeutic exercises.
  • Geriatric therapy.
  • Assistive device training.
  • Pain management.
  • Manual and massage training.
  • Electrical stimulation/Ultrasound therapy.
  • Home safety evaluation and training.
  • Promotion of independence through ADL training and retraining.
  • Adaptive devices training.
  • Personalized goals in improving fine motor skills and upper extremity functions.
  • Energy management and conservation.
  • Stroke management and rehabilitation.
  • Swallowing and cognitive evaluation and treatment.
  • Brain recovery and rehabilitation.
  • Perceptual and cognitive skill training.