Our licensed physical therapists work with you to increase strength, endurance and range of motion, restore functional movement, relieve pain and promote healing and recovery following an acute or chronic condition. Treatment may include mobilizing stiff joints tissue, exercise stretching, heat or ice, electrical stimulation, massage and wound care.
Your occupational therapist (OT) provides rehabilitation with an emphasis on upper extremity function, improving independence with daily functional activities (dressing, bathing, grooming, etc.). The OT also uses therapeutic exercises and activities, modalities and can fabricate upper extremity splints.
Our speech language pathologist will assist those patients having problems with eating, swallowing or communicating from a variety of causes such as stroke, brain injury, hearing loss, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis or dementia.
Aquatic Therapy is the use of water and a specifically-designed activity developed by a licensed therapist. This type of therapy will aid in the restoration, extension and quality of function for adult or pediatric patients with acute or chronic disabilities.
Seton Pediatric Rehabilitation Services provides short-term comprehensive therapy programs. Our physical, occupational and speech/language therapists are pediatric specialists with unique expertise in orthopedics, sports medicine, neuro-developmental treatment, spasticity management, sensory integration treatment, oral motor and feeding intervention, trauma, and post-surgical rehabilitation.
A licensed respiratory therapist will work directly with patients who have breathing disorders such as chronic lung problems (asthma, bronchitis and emphysema) to maintain and recover lung function after illness or surgery.