Out-Patient Rehabilitation Therapy may include physical, occupational, or speech therapy—depending on your individual needs. These therapy options are vital for seniors who are looking to get back on their feet after an injury or illness and can provide benefits if you’ve been hospitalized after a health event or you have declined health and are struggling at home. Our therapy team’s focus is to help seniors stay better and stronger—as they help you not only be more active but to stay active.
Seniors who may benefit from Out-Patient Therapy would include those recovering from:
- Musculoskeletal injuries and disorders
- Heart attacks and strokes
- Pneumonia and respiratory infections
- Car Accidents
Our therapists are experts in evaluating your capabilities and seeing your potential. They know the methods and techniques that hold the most promise for your progress and how to apply them with appropriate frequency and intensity. They’ll keep you – and your loved ones – up-to-date on how you’re doing and when you’re ready for discharge.
Types of Out-Patient Rehabilitation Therapy?
Our occupational therapy services aim to restore your independence in daily living activities—such as eating, bathing, dressing, and other at-home tasks. It also works on strengthening your arms and improving your fine motor skills.
Your physical therapy will focus on mobility, balance, and strength, and issues like chronic pain, vertigo,
gait problems, and arthritis.
You may see our speech-language pathologist to help you continue your recovery from a brain injury, head or neck surgery, or to address cognitive disorders. Speech therapy also helps work on difficulty swallowing, stuttering, articulation, or voice problems.