Physical Therapy (PT)
Our Physical Therapists are trained in analyzing and evaluating underlying deficits relating to ambulation, balance, and safety. Physical Therapy goals are directly related to functional outcomes that are necessary for improved performance, mobility, and independence. Our therapists are trained in conditions relating to hips, knees, feet, such as joint replacements and amputations. In addition, our Physical Therapists work with complex medical conditions requiring specific interventions for improved physical performance. Physical Therapy looks closely at muscular and neuromuscular impairments to increase a person’s chance of improvement.
In addition to the above benefits, the Occupational and Physical Therapy staff may utilize special interventions such as ultrasound therapy and electro-stimulation to address pain, strengthening, and neurological issues.
In addition to providing skilled therapy, our therapists also work closely with nursing to train restorative assistants to continue with maintenance programs after therapy programs are complete.