inpatient

Physical Therapy- Physical therapy is a type of treatment you may need when health problems make it hard to move around and do everyday tasks. It helps you move better and may relieve pain. It also helps improve or restore your physical function and your fitness level. The goal of physical therapy is to make daily tasks and activities easier, For example, walking, going up stairs, or getting in and out of bed. Physical therapy can help with recovery after some surgeries and you may receive physical therapy for injuries or long-term health problems such as:

  • Arthritis or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
  • Lower Extremities Dysfunctions
  • Spinal Care
  • Joint Stiffness
  • Hip Pain
  • Foot/ankle Pain
  • Recent Fall
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Sitting/Standing Issues
  • Knee Pain
  • Sprains, strains, Bursitis, tendonitis, fractures

Occupational Therapy- Occupational therapy helps people across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. Occupational therapist focus on adapting the environment to fit the person, and the person is an integral part of the therapy team. The help and treatment available covers the areas of life concerned with productivity, self-care, and leisure/rest. The interventions comprise advice, therapy and offering other measures which are needed such as:

  • Upper Extremities Dysfunctions/Range of motion
  • ADLs
  • Grooming/hygiene
  • Arthritis Pain
  • Decreased Grip/pinch strength
  • Fine Motor coordination
  • Wheel chair Management
  • Contracture Management/Hand Deformities

Speech Therapy- Speech and language pathologist (SLPs) work closely with infants, children, and adults who have various levels of speech, language, and communication problems. SLPs also work with those who have swallowing, drinking, or eating deficits. Between 6 and 8 million people, in the United States, have some form of language impairment. The role can involve working with a diverse client group, including people with:

  • Physical and learning disabilities
  • Hearing loss/deafness
  • Psychiatric disorders or dementia
  • Swallowing Deficits
  • Memory Loss
  • Hearing Loss
  • Weight Loss
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Articulation/Speech Deficits
  • Language Deficits
  • Voice/Fluency Disorders