Our rehabilitation specialists work every day to help people reach their recovery goals and get them back to the activities they love. Our approach is working with our referring providers to follow their standard of care, while also customizing a treatment plan that meets your needs.
Whether you need inpatient or outpatient therapy services, our team of licensed therapists are able to treat you regardless of your ailments.
Highlights of our programs:
- 30 minute – 1 hour sessions or appointments
- Care for every patient with any diagnosis
- Experienced and highly skilled therapists
- Focus of overall health and wellness, including addressing physical, emotional, cognitive, spiritual, and psychological needs
- One on one patient to therapist ratio
Now Featuring: EksoNR – a robotic exoskeleton that helps guide a patient’s movement with precision, improving overall recovery time, increasing step counts, and tapping into muscle memory to aid rehabilitation. Click below to see the suit in action or click here to learn more.
Please Note: A referral may be necessary for insurance coverage of services.
Physical therapists are highly-educated, licensed health care professionals who will help you reduce pain and improve mobility. They will help you no matter how old or new the injury and will teach you how to overcome or best manage your condition as well as reduce further risk of re-injury.
Our physical therapists will evaluate your current condition in a one on one treatment session that will produce a plan of care specific to your needs and focus on your goals for pain reduction, improved mobility, and function with an overarching goal of improving your overall health and wellness. Our therapists will also work with you if you have the following medical conditions:
- Concussion rehabilitation
- Dry needling
- IASTM (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization)
- Industrial services for return to work and pre-work screenings
- Neurological diagnoses (including neurodevelopmental treatment, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, and Parkinson’s disease)
- Sports related injuries
- Urinary incontinence
- Vestibular therapy (dizziness)
Occupational therapists are highly educated, board certified healthcare professionals who help patients get back to their daily activities. Our occupational therapists will perform a personal evaluation to identify improvement opportunities that are specific to your needs. Our areas of expertise include:
- Household and money management skills
- Oncology survivorship programs
- Performing driving evaluations and behind the wheel training
- Visual deficits
Our speech language pathologists are highly educated, board certified clinicians who help patients with speech and language disorders including:
- Cognitive impairments to help improve attention, memory, planning, problem solving, and thought organization
- Oncology survivorship programs
- Parkinson’s Disease including LSVT® LOUD services
- Receptive and expressive language
- Skills needed to return to school or work following concussions and brain injuries
- Social communication
- Swallowing disorders to improve your ability to eat safely
- Voice resonance
Our goal is to improve the general functioning and independence of your child, so that they are able to reach their full potential. We value play-based therapy to address developmental delays and other disorders and emphasize parent/guardian education and involvement in therapy.
Each child receives an individualized treatment program, with these activities being reinforced at home and at school when appropriate. We provide physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy services.
Below are the most common diagnoses that we treat:
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Cerebral palsy
- Childhood apraxia of speech
- Cleft palate
- Down syndrome and other genetic syndromes
- Feeding and swallowing disorders
- Fine motor skills delays
- Gross motor skills delays
- Head injuries or spinal cord injuries
- Oral motor dysfunction
- Receptive and expressive language disorders
- Sensory processing disorders
- Spinal bifida
- Stuttering/fluency disorders
A referral from a provider is necessary for evaluation and treatment. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child, please call us at (740) 374-1478.