Maryland Therapy Services

With our in-home Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy Patients families and staff are involved in setting individualized goals and learning skills needed for improved functional success at home. The Rehabilitation Department is staffed with experienced physical and occupational therapists, therapy assistants and speech-language pathologists. Therapists evaluate and treat patients at the comfort of their homes.

 

Physical Therapy

If you have acute or chronic pain, back pain, a work related injury, a physical disability or movement problem, or recently had surgery to repair or replace your hips, knee or shoulder, physical therapy can help you regain range of motion and flexibility, increase your strength, relieve your pain and improve your functional status.

 

Occupational Therapy

You may have challenges due to a stroke, a job-related injury or an age-related disorder. Or perhaps you have an arm or hand injury such as a fracture or tendon repair. Occupational therapy can help you maximize your recovery, make adaptations to your work area to relieve physical discomfort or teach you to feed and dress yourself again.

 

Physical and Occupational therapy can help you regain range of motion and flexibility, increase your strength, relieve your pain and improve your functional status. Therapy can also help you prepare to return to your activities of daily living.

We evaluate and treat patients with the following conditions:

Post total hip, total knee, and total shoulder replacement

Post neck and back surgery

Post orthopedic injury and surgery

Stroke

Multiple medical diagnoses

 

Speech Therapy

Our speech language pathologists provide comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services to patients with impairments in speech, language, voice and swallowing. We focus on techniques to improve swallowing, communication and cognitive linguistic functioning.

  

Our Services Include:

  • Pain Management
  • Amputee Education and Training
  • Edema Control
  • Strengthening and Endurance
  • Home Management
  • Community Reintegration
  • Swallowing Disorders
  • Communication and Speech Disorders
  • Splinting
  • Muscle Re-education
  • Caregiver Education
  • Functional Range of Motion
  • Ambulation Training
  • Activities of Daily Living
  • Functional Maintenance Programs​