Grady’s Rehabilitation Therapy staff strive to help you improve your ability to function and care for yourself in the most effective way. Patients are referred for service after a stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, orthopedic injury, surgery, cancer, loss of limb, neurological or medically complex condition.
Rehab services include occupational and physical therapy, and speech and language services.
Licensed occupational therapists provide multiple services including: evaluation, treatment and education. Areas of specific interest include: upper extremity and hand rehabilitation, splinting, adaptive equipment, activities of daily living, lymphedema management and treatment, and functional capacity evaluations.
Services are provided by licensed physical therapists and physical therapist assistants. These specialists design individualized treatment programs to reduce the effects of pain or weakness on functional abilities. Hydrotherapeutic wound care also is available.
Licensed speech pathologists offer diagnostic evaluation and therapy for children and adults in the following areas: speech, language, fluency and voice; dysphagia/swallowing disorders; and myofunctional disorders.
- Balance and coordination skills
- Communication and cognitive training
- Manual therapies
- Mobilization including gait training
- Modalities for healing/pain management
- Strengthening/Endurance training
- Tracheoesophageal prosthesis for post laryengectomy patients
- Training in use of adaptive and mobility equipment
- Wound care/burn care
What We Treat
Upper extremity and hand rehabilitation, splinting, adaptive equipment, activities of daily living, lymphedema management and treatment, and functional capacity evaluations, pain or weakness on functional abilities, speech, language, fluency and voice; dysphagia/swallowing disorders; and myofunctional disorder
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