The team at Accura HealthCare offers many physical therapy services to our residents to help them regain their quality of life. Our team is trained to help you or your loved ones recover from a variety of physical injuries and regain their health and independence.
Our physical therapy services include mobility training, therapeutic and strength-building exercises, balance exercises, neuromuscular re-education, home evaluations and safety awareness training, posture and body mechanics, wound care, and more.
Let the occupational therapists at Accura HealthCare help you or your loved ones get back on their feet after an injury or condition. Our therapists are here to help teach new ways to manage daily tasks such as eating, bathing, and dressing for residents who have limitations caused by stroke, heart attack, spinal cord injuries, fractures, cognitive issues, arthritis, and progressive neurological diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer’s disease.
Additionally, our therapists provide comprehensive home evaluations and provide recommendations and training for adaptive equipment to help aid recovery. We can also develop or issue splints that help prevent deformity, improve function, reduce or relieve pain, strengthen weakened muscles, and even serve as a substitute for paralyzed muscles. We also provide training on compensatory techniques to compensate for losses of strength, cognition, endurance, vision, sensation, coordination, and balance.
The care at Accura HealthCare isn’t limited to our residents. To provide for the total health of our residents, we also provide training for family members and caregivers to help develop safe and effective methods of caring for their loved ones.
Recovery from conditions such as stroke, brain injury, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s Disease, cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, cognitive and memory deficits, swallowing disorders, and communication deficits can be a challenging task for anyone. Let Accura HealthCare help.
Our speech pathology programs can help you or your loved ones redevelop expressive and receptive language skills, voice and articulation, overcome stuttering, and improve their memory, thinking, and processing skills.
Our caregivers will provide you or your loved ones training in compensatory techniques for communication and swallowing as well as provide swallowing therapy for dysphagia management.
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