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Rehabilitation Services

 

Our Rehabilitation Services include: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy.  Our staff are highly qualified with many years of experience, and are happy to share their expertise with you.

 

Physical Therapy

Our physical therapy staff works with hospital, post-acute care (swing bed) and outpatients.  Patients can be referred from local doctors as well as specialists from Kansas City, Columbia, St. Louis or other areas.

 

Diagnoses include:

            Stroke

            Joint replacement

            Sprains & Strains

            Myofascial and trigger point involvements

            Tendon & Ligament repairs

            Arthritis

            And many others

 

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists are trained to help people of all ages become as functionally independent and productive as possible.  Occupational Therapy can help to ensure a fuller, more productive and independent lifestyle.  This includes dressing, bathing, communication (written and verbal), vocation related tasks, and many other aspects.

 

Potential patients:

  • Individuals having suffered a stroke or heart attack
  • Individuals suffering from arthritis, multiple sclerosis or other chronic conditions
  • Individuals with work related injuries
  • Children with birth defects, injuries, learning difficulties or developmental disorders
  • Individuals with mental health issues
  • Individuals with burns, spinal cord injuries or amputations
  • Individuals with bone & joint injuries

Our occupational therapist works with hospital, swing bed, geriatric, outpatient, and school based patients

 

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy is the application of principles and methods for measurement, testing, screening, evaluation, identification, prediction and education related to the development and disorders of speech, voice & swallowing.

 

When to see a Speech Therapist

  • Difficulty swallowing or managing foods during meals
  • Difficulty speaking clearly or expressing thoughts
  • Difficulty understanding directions or commands
  • Difficulty recalling names, places & events
  • Difficulty completing sequencing or problem solving
  • Difficulty maintaining breath support or volume of voice
  • Difficulty compensating for hearing loss
 
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