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Rehabilitation

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Rehabilitation

Whether dealing with an extended illness, needing help from home or after a hospital stay, Lifetree Therapy Company is the bridge connecting you to your goals of recovery and independence.

Whether regaining your strength or recovering from surgery, our team of rehabilitation professionals will help you reach the highest level of independence as prescribed by a physician.

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Physical Therapy 

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Physical Therapists (PT) are professionally trained to diagnosis and treat health related conditions that limit an individual’s ability to move and perform functional activity. 

PTs provide evaluations and treatment for a variety of conditions that impact mobility and function including ambulation, mobility, transfers, range of motion, strengthening, pain management, orthopedic rehabilitation and neurological rehabilitation.

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Speech Therapy

Speech language pathologists (SLP) provide evaluations and treatment for communication and swallowing disorders including speech and language disorders, confusion and memory deficits, cognitive and linguistic deficits and dysphagia (swallowing disorders).

SLPs help individuals increase ability to make themselves understood and understand others in social conversation. SLPs also help patients with memory problems by developing strategies to improve memory for Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). They also treat patients with eating difficulties when coughing & choking.

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Occupational Therapy

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Occupational Therapists (OT) are professionally trained in developing, recovering, and/or maintaining an individual’s ability to perform activities of daily living. OT interventions focus on modifying the task, adapting to the environment, and training/retraining skills through a hands-on approach. 

OTs provide evaluation and treatment to individuals who have difficulties with self-care (dressing, bathing, using the bathroom), functional transfers, eating and meal preparation, home management, cognition and orientation, arm or hand problems. 

 

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