Regional Health understands how important it is to regain your life after injury or illnesses. Our caring and knowledgeable rehabilitation staff offers state-of-the-art therapeutic techniques to help you restore function, learn to compensate for loss of function and adapt to your environment.
Slowing down is no fun. When it hurts to walk, to get in and out of the car, to sit or stand, or to reach for something, it’s time to look for solutions. A wide array of issues can be addressed with a licensed physical therapist at Regional Health.
Our physical therapists help patients decrease pain and gain mobility. Function can be improved through a physical therapy regimen, and together we can work to prevent future injuries.
Areas where we can help:
- Body mechanics
- Lymphatic drainage
- Myokinematic restoration
- Performance/movement training
- Range of motion
- Temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
Offering you only the best in care, our therapists are specially trained to pace your rehabilitation to get the most out of your recovery. We’re pleased to offer therapy to cover a number of targeted needs.
- Aquatic therapy
- Hand rehabilitation
- Joint replacement rehabilitation
- Lymphedema therapy
- Neurological therapy
- Orthopedic rehabilitation
- Pediatric rehabilitation
- Spine rehabilitation
- Sports rehabilitation
- Women’s health & pregnancy therapy
We offer some of the most advanced physical therapy services available, with equipment and computer programs that aide in diagnosing and treating your condition.
- Alter-G anti-gravity treadmill
- Bioness rehabilitation systems
- Electrical stimulation
- Infrared low level laser therapy
- Video motion analysis
Regional Health’s speech therapists are experts at diagnosing and treating communication, swallowing and voice difficulties. We offer inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services to people of all ages who are recovering from an illness, injury or life-long condition.
Areas where we can help:
- Speech challenges with articulation, fluency and voice
- Language challenges
- Dysphagia, including swallowing, oral function for feeding, oro-facial and myofunctional disorders
- Cognitive aspects of communication
You’ll also benefit from education for your family and caregivers to ensure improvement continues at home or throughout your care plan.
Patients interested in seeing a speech therapist should ask their insurance carrier about coverage options. A physician’s referral may be needed.
A speech therapist is also known as a speech-language pathologist, speech pathologist or speech clinician.
Regional Health’s occupational therapists give patients skills for independent living. We work with people of all ages who, because of illness or injury, need to re-learn skills to return to productive and satisfying lives.
The rehabilitation process can be different for every patient, often requiring specialized or personalized types of therapy. Our team works closely with Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy and other members of your care team to guide you to recovery.
Ways we can help:
- Activities of daily living training
- Home safety
- Arm and hand strengthening and coordination
- Cognitive and perception retraining
- Driving assessment and training
- Adaptive leisure education
- Upper extremity casting and splinting
- Adaptive equipment assessment and training
- Wheelchair assessment
- NDT/PNF treatment techniques
- Low-vision assessment and training
- Energy conservation training
- Joint protection techniques
- Neuromuscular re-education
Regional Health’s licensed massage therapists work closely with our doctors and other professionals to treat patients affected by illness, injury or pain. We treat patients of all ages, during hospital stays and in our dedicated rehabilitation environments.
During therapy, we manipulate the soft tissues of your body — muscle, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and skin — using varying degrees of pressure and movement. This improves circulation, relieves tension in the muscular-skeletal system and promotes an overall sense of well-being.
Massage therapy can be prescribed to treat heart disease, stomach problems, neck pain, back pain and sports injuries. It also helps reduce pain and stress for patients who have cancer, have had recent surgery or are in hospice.
Your doctor will work with you and your care team to make massage therapy part of your overall care plan.
If your concerns were caused by a work-related injury, a sports-related injury, illness, an accident or just wear-and-tear, we’ve got the therapy program that’s right for you. Call us today to schedule an appointment.
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