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In-Home | In-Clinic | On-Site | Virtual

Physical therapists can address bed mobility, fall risk reduction, walking, and step negotiation. The adult may want to return to a sport after an injury or medical issue.  The individual may be having difficulty with managing health and wellness. A variety of treatment interventions are used including therapeutic exercise, mobility/safety training, prevention programs, coordination and agility activities. Our Physical Therapists also specialize in techniques using ultrasound, iontophoresis, massage, dry needling, cupping, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, and much more!

physical therapy in a white bright room. young adult white male lays on his side on a table in tshirt and shorts with his right arm up in the air being held at the wrist and shoulder by a light skinned black physical therapist wearing a burgundy tee shirt and name tage on a lanyard
older white male in a yellow and blue plaid button up shirt working at a table with colored pencils and paper smiles at a woman with dark hair pulled into a ponytail in a light blue colored oxford with her hand on his back, occupational therapy


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Occupational Therapists (OT) and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA) focus on helping people maximize their safety and independence with occupations. A person's occupations can include ADLs (dressing, grooming, bathing, etc.), school/work, leisure, sleep, socialization, and IADLs (meal prep, driving, laundry, etc.) OTs address deficits in any of these areas, whether resulting from injury, illness, or age related changes, by using a variety of intervention approaches which can include neurological/neuromuscular re-education, sensory re-education, strength and endurance training, coordination, cognition, environmental modification, adaptations, etc.

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Certified Speech-Language Pathologists (or speech therapists) can address delays and disorders related to speech, language, voice, fluency, literacy, pragmatics, hearing, and swallowing/feeding.  Our speech therapists specialize in techniques using DTTC, NMES, phonological approaches, oral motor exercises, PROMPT, AAC, sign language, language modeling, and more.  Speech Therapy is used for injury recovery, surgery recovery, post-stroke, traumatic brain injury recovery, hearing loss/aural rehab, and more.

speech therapy. a white woman with straight long brown hair and glasses presses her lips together tightly and points to them with one hand, the other hand is holding a white card.  She is seated at a table across from a younger black girl with curly hair piled on top of her head in a pink shirt. the girl's mouth is slightly open as if speaking and she is also pointing to her own mouth
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Drug-Free Pain Management

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We use therapeutic techniques to help our patients have a drug-free path to pain management.


Services can include but are not limited to cold and heat therapies, exercise, and strength building to support aching joints and old injuries, mind-body techniques, yoga, biofeedback, therapeutic massage, range of motion work with manual techniques, work on standing and sitting tolerances.

dry needling, manual techniques to improve range of motion, ultrasound, iontophoresis, and electronic stimulation.

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Hand therapy is the art and science of evaluating and treating injuries and conditions of the upper extremity (shoulder, arm, elbow, forearm, wrist and hand). It uses a number of therapeutic interventions to help return a person to their highest level of function. It evolved from the need for a specialist with the knowledge and experience required to manage the challenging recovery of complex hand and upper extremity injuries.

Hand therapists bridge the gap from medical management of upper extremity conditions to successful recovery, allowing individuals to function normally in their daily lives. Hand therapists provide non-operative interventions, preventative care and post-surgical rehabilitation for a wide variety of upper extremity disorders, from simple fingertip injuries to complex replanted extremities. Patients with chronic conditions, such as arthritis, or neurologic conditions, such as a stroke, can benefit from therapy through education on joint protection and energy conservation, and with recommendations for adaptive equipment or devices to improve function. A hand therapist employs a variety of techniques and tools, including activity and exercise programs, custom orthotic fabrication, management of pain and swelling and wound and scar care.

a white person's hand in in the foreground wrapped around another white person's hand that is holding a theraband and stretching it.
an older white male with gray hair and graying beard in a long sleeve blue top stands with one hand on his hip facing to the right, his left arm extended but bent at the elbow. his wrist is held by a dark skinned bald man in a blue oxford under a white lab coat with a stethescope around his neck
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Through our in-house, collaborative care network, you can receive multiple therapies during your visits (in-home, in-clinic, virtually, or a combination of those).  We also offer skilled nursing services.  Let us know how we can help.

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