Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy Services are available on-site for in-patients, swing-bed patients and out-patients.
The Physical Therapy Department provides evaluation and treatment for a wide variety of disabilities including but not limited to:
- workers compensation
- generalized weakness
- neurological and vestibular disorders
- acute and chronic pain problems
- wound care
The PT Department also performs functional capacity evaluations (FCE) and measurements for customized compression garments.
The Speech Therapy Department provides services for dysfunction to include:
- oral motor exercises
- deep pharyngeal nerve stimulation (DPNS)
- electrical stimulation
- language stimulation
- oral stimulation
- reading/written language comprehension retraining
- aural rehab for children, adults and geriatric patients
The Speech Therapy Department provides assessment for the patient’s communication and swallowing function including modified barium swallow studies (MBS).
The Occupational Therapy Department provides services for rehabilitation
The overall goal of Therapy is to deliver comprehensive services to individuals with physical dysfunction secondary to disability, disease or injury in order to restore, improve, or maintain the patient’s optimal level of functioning, self care, self responsibility, independence, and quality of life in accordance with professional standards of practice, departmental policies and procedures and hospital policies.
The major clinical functions of the Therapy Department include the prevention of loss of function and maintenance and restoration to a level of maximum functional ability.
For more information, please call: (706) 468-4581