Outpatient rehabilitation provides strengthening and skill training to patients that travel to a clinic or hospital each day. A team of professionals, including occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech-language pathologists, help you return to a productive life.
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Neurological Outpatient Rehabilitation is designed for people who have suffered a disease or injury involving the brain and/or central nervous system such as a stroke, Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis. This program is helpful for those needing assistance with functional skills such as balance, range of motion, swallowing, speech and language.
Orthopedic and Sports Injury Rehabilitation is designed for people recovering from orthopedic surgery or sports-related injuries. This program brings together orthopedic, occupational and sports medicine professionals to help your return to work, home or sports.
The Amputee Clinic helps people who have had amputations improve their strength, endurance and mobility. The clinic also provides services such as fitting and refitting of prosthetic devices, prosthetic training and gait training.
The Hand and Upper Extremity Program provides services, including customized splints, to deal with the unique challenges facing those with hand and arm injuries.
Manual Lymph Drainage Program provides manual therapy to facilitate the flow of lymphatic fluid and help reduce lymphedema, a swelling of the limbs often caused by lymph node removal.
The Vestibular and Balance Program provides services for those people suffering from a variety of conditions that are characterized by a loss of balance and/or dizziness. Any individual who is having difficulty with daily activities due to dizziness or imbalance caused by a central neurologic or peripheral vestibular system disorder may benefit from this program.
Lee Silverman Treatments specialize in the Lee Silverman BIG and Lee Silverman LOUD programs, vestibular rehabilitation, and the utilization of SaeboFlex and Bioness units.