These services involve a combination of Physical therapy, Occupational therapy, and Speech therapy working collaboratively with other health care team. These services significantly speed up recovery and stabilization.
Physical Therapists (PTs)
Provide therapeutic exercises and treatment to restore mobility, reduce pain, and optimize functioning.
Occupational Therapists (OTs)
Assist the individual to develop, recover, or maintain daily living and work skills. They instruct on improving self-reliance on performing activities of daily living such as cooking, dressing, and bathing. They perform a comprehensive evaluation of home and job environment for safety, recommend, and train patient in the use of adaptive equipment necessary.
Speech-Language Pathologists/Therapists (SLPs)
Also known as Speech and Language Pathologists, they provide treatment to improve speech, memory, swallowing, and communication skills.
Medical Social Services (MSWs)
Assist with community resource information for needs such as living arrangement, transportation, and finances. Provide assessment and counseling directed toward improving coping skills, stress reduction, anxiety, and depression.