Integrative Therapy

Integrated Therapies

Your Therapy Team develops coordinated rehabilitation plans based on your personal goals to promote mobility and daily activities, often for people who have had a stroke, fracture, joint replacement, or trauma.

  • Licensed Physical Therapists
  • Licensed Occupational Therapists
  • Licensed Speech and Language Pathologists
  • Registered Dietitians

Licensed Physical Therapists use special techniques to improve strength and independence providing education to, and treatment of, clients experiencing acute onsets or flair-ups of various neurological, bone or muscular disorders.

After a complete evaluation, and consultation with the client's physician, our physical therapists develop a personalized and consistent rehabilitation program utilizing a variety of treatment techniques.

When appropriate, our physical therapists provide family or caregiver training to reinforce and enhance the benefits of treatment to ensure better and faster recoveries... and fewer return visits to the physician’s office for additional treatment or intervention.

Services – may include but are not limited to:

  • Pre and Post Operative Safety and Education
  • Therapeutic Exercise Programs for Strength, Endurance, Coordination, and Balance
  • Walking and Transfer Training
  • Instruction in Body Mechanics and Safety
  • Wellness Education
  • Specialized Device and Equipment Training
  • Home Safety Evaluations
  • Stroke Recovery Care
  • Total Joint Replacement Care

Licensed Occupational Therapists teach patients how to compensate for physical limitations caused by illness or injury by providing activities and instruction designed to increase safety and independence in daily activities. Treatment focuses on developing functional skills and is tailored to meet the specific needs of each person.

Services – may include but are not limited to:

  • Evaluation of and Fitting for Adaptive Equipment
  • Instruction in Energy Conservation, Work Simplification and Joint Protection
  • Restoring Function to the Highest Possible Level
  • Safety Assessments
  • Training to Bathe, Dress, and Care for One's Self
  • Perceptual Motor Training
  • Adaptive Training for Successful Completion of Daily Living Activities

Licensed Speech and Language Pathologists use highly specialized skills to benefit patients with difficulties in speaking and swallowing and are an integral part of the rehabilitation team.

Treatment is designed to improve:

  • Speech Disorders
  • Retaining or Developing Other Means of Communication
  • Auditory Comprehension
  • Oral Expression
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Written Expression
  • Problem Solving and Memory impairment
  • Swallowing Difficulties

Registered Dietitians consult with the team to evaluate a patient’s diet and teach the patient and family how to plan meals to reach the plan health goals.

CONTACT COASTAL HOME HEALTH AND HOSPICE:  800-535-9472       |       541-469-0405