Med Rehab 2 2017

Medical Rehabilitation

Neuropsychology

A neuropsychologist examines the relationship between physical changes in the brain and cognitive or behavioral changes. Our neuropsychologists specialize in the assessment of individuals with dysfunctions resulting from brain injury, autism, chemotherapy, memory loss and more.

Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists treat a variety of conditions resulting from injuries, stroke, traumatic brain injury, range of motion limitations, balance and gait problems, musculoskeletal pain and orthopedic repairs.

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists work with limitations, injuries or other problems of the upper body. They also work on restoring a person's Activities of Daily Living (ADL's) after surgery, stroke or other acute trauma.

Speech Therapy

Our speech and language pathologists treats disorders involving problems with cognition and memory; speech articulation; expressive, receptive aphasia, other communication deficits and difficulty swallowing.

Traumatic Brain Injury 

We provide a true interdisciplinary team approach with weekly physician and staff meetings to discuss patient care. Our staff has the knowledge, experience and innovative approaches needed for the best possible outcomes.

Pediatric Rehabilitation

The pediatric rehabilitation program addresses the specialized needs of children ages 4 and older. The program provides neuropsychological testing, sensory integration therapy, and speech therapy to provide a comprehensive approach to diagnoses that include Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), PDD, tactile defensiveness, stuttering and more.

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