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Comprehensive Rehabilitation

Patient with Healthcare Nurse
  • Assessment of rehabilitation needs

  • Patient/Family teaching

  • Therapeutic exercise

  • Transfer and gait training

  • Activities of daily living training

  • Adaptive equipment training

  • Fine and gross motor activity

  • Modalities for edema (swelling)

  • Dysphagia treatment

  • Language disorder treatment

  • Speech rehabilitation

  • Voice and articulation therapy

Physical, occupational, and speech therapy services are three key types of rehabilitation therapies that sometimes can be provided together to help individuals recover from injuries, illnesses, or disabilities. Physical therapy focuses on restoring mobility, strength, and function through exercises and hands-on techniques. Occupational therapy helps individuals regain independence and function in daily activities, such as dressing, cooking, and grooming, through exercises and adaptive equipment. Speech therapy helps individuals improve their communication, swallowing, and cognitive abilities through exercises, techniques, and assistive devices. Together, these three therapies aim to improve overall function and quality of life for individuals with a wide range of medical conditions.

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