With physical and occupational therapy, our focus is on restoring function and improving quality of life for all ages. We take pride in helping people and take the time to get to know our patients, listen to their concerns, answer questions, and help each patient make informed decisions. With advanced hands-on therapy techniques, programs, and equipment, we promote the health and quality of life of our patients.
Our programs offer
- Outpatient therapy services for those recovering from illness or injury
- Inpatient care at SMC
- In-home services for homebound patients
We offer hands-on treatment and care to help you feel your best and learn how to improve your own health.
Physical Therapy Program
Whether you’re recovering from an illness or injury, coping with a chronic condition, or want to improve your physical performance, physical therapy can help. Our services are tailored to your unique needs. Treatments include exercise and hands-on therapy including massage, movements for mobilization, and applying pressure to joints.
What we do
- Restore motion and decrease pain
- Correct deformities
- Increase muscle strength, flexibility, and endurance
- Decrease swelling
- Improve balance, coordination, and walking
- Prevent injury
- Education patients on safe and appropriate exercise
We have therapists who are specially trained to offer
- Vestibular rehabilitation
- Wound care
- Blood flow restriction therapy
- Women’s health
- Dry needling
- Decongestive lymphatic drainage
We help people across the lifespan participate in the things they want and need to do.
Occupational Therapy Program
You might work with one of our occupational therapists while you’re recovering from an injury or trauma or when managing changes related to a chronic condition. Common occupational therapy interventions include helping children with disabilities participate fully in school and social situations, helping people recovering from injury to regain skills, and providing supports for older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.
- Home safety evaluations: We offer in-home safety assessments with the goal of keeping you in your home longer. Home safety may be improved with adaptive equipment or finding and removing obstacles that could be hazardous.
- Splinting: We provide custom splints to help with bone fractures, strained ligaments, arthritis, sprains, and more.
- Arm and hand focused therapy: We help patients with postsurgical rehab, acute issues, and chronic pain for everything from a fingertip injury to replanted extremities.
- Lymphedema care: Our Certified Lymphedema Therapist works with patients to reduce swelling in any area of the body.
- Infant plagiocephaly and torticollis: We treat plagiocephaly and torticollis with stretches and positioning plans, along with family education.
PT vs OT: What's The Difference?
The main difference is that PT focuses on improving the patient's ability to move their body whereas an OT focuses on improving the patient's ability to perform activities of daily living.