Physical & Occupational Therapy

Home Health Rehabilitation is delivered by a team of specialized, compassionate staff who work together to help each patient return to maximum function.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy helps patients maintain, develop and restore physical function that may be lost due to injury, disease or other causes. Physical therapy involves treating pain, range-of-motion, strength, posture, balance, endurance, control and sensation.

  • Continuation of physical therapy after surgery or illness
  • Exercises for strength and endurance
  • Bed Mobility
  • Walk/movement training
  • Teaching the use of walkers, canes and crutches
  • Fall risk assessment and prevention
  • Pulmonary and cardiac rehabilitation 

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists train patients to take care of themselves when a health problem limits normal, day-to-day activities, such as bathing, dressing, eating, preparing meals, doing housework and managing personal business. This type of therapy can help patients become more active and willing to care for themselves. Therapy includes:

  • Exercises related to upper extremity activities and function
  • Ways to improve self-care, dressing and activities of daily living
  • Assessment of visual and spatial problems
  • Energy conservation to improve endurance
  • Improvements for home safety and increased independence

Speech therapy

Speech therapy helps patients improve their ability to communicate. A speech therapist can also help patients with swallowing problems, as well as patients with memory loss.

  • Speech disorders
  • Swallowing problems
  • Oral muscle weakness
  • Memory loss
  • Cognitive relearning