Physical therapy involves the use of a wide array of interventions in an effort to evaluate and treat individuals with injury, disability or disease. Physical therapists are experts on body movement and function. They help people of all ages return to normal function by developing individualized treatment programs designed to help reduce pain, improve strength and mobility, prevent re-injury, and restore a high quality of life.
Occupational Therapy is provided by specialists who utilize therapeutic skills and techniques to promote independence and satisfaction for the "job of living." Therapy is indicated for orthopedic/neurological illness or injury to improve a person's ability to perform daily activities.
Speech Language pathologists specialize in disorders of communication, cognition, swallowing, and voice. The goal of speech language therapy is to restore or improve the ability to communicate.
- Aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, dysphagia
- Cognitive linguistic therapy
- Videofluoroscopy swallow evaluation
- Voice evaluation/therapy (Visi-Pitch)
- Alaryngeal speech and esophageal speech
- Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) for Parkinson's patients
- Computer analysis of voice & speech skills