Aquatic therapy provides a safe way to regain strength, balance, range of motion and flexibility while at the same time managing pain and swelling.
Started in 1979, this program is designed to address all aspects of an individual's life that has been affected by chronic pain.
Evaluate a person's current driving ability, assess driving potential and often enable the person to return to safe, independent driving.
A program focused on reducing the risk of falling with physical therapy.
If you have an illness or injury that has significantly changed your ability to move around or take care of yourself you may qualify for inpatient therapy.
Helping individuals with visual limitations to become as independent as possible with the vision they have.
Cognitive rehabilitation, including Huntington's disease and Parkinson's disease rehabilitation services.
Rehabilitation services for patients diagnosed with various forms of cancer and lymphedema.
Services for osteoporosis, bone & joint, hand & amputee rehabilitation.
Treatment plans for incontinence and/or pain in the pelvic region.
Helping injured workers return to work quickly and safely with skills to avoid re-injury.
Services available for individuals with neurological conditions including, swallowing disorders, voice disorders, and articulation disorders.
Noninvasive options for management of acute spinal disorders and prevention of recurrence of spinal disorders.
Personalized programs for musculoskeletal problems or sports injuries, as well as athletic training for maximizing athletic performance.
Dizziness is the most common complaint for patients over the age of 75, but can occur in patients of all ages.
Services for patients who have open wounds as a result of pressure, vascular insufficiency, trauma, surgery, and/or diabetes.