Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM | On call 24 hours 7 Days a Week

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistants services are provided under the direction of physical therapy. Physical therapy works to restore and promote optimal strength and physical function for patients who have limitations, impairments, or disabilities as the result of disease, disorders, conditions, or injuries. Your therapist will provide specific information about the services and treatments you will receive.

Most of the rehabilitative care programs we provide will include procedures or treatments, such as:

  • Performing Evaluations That Include Taking of Patient History
  • Conducting Systems Review
  • Performing Tests and Measurements to Identify Potential or Existing Problems
  • Home Safety Assessment
  • Designing Specialized Home Exercises
  • Education and Training in the Use of Assistive Devices
  • Relearning Daily Living Skills and Self-Care Skills
  • Pain Management
  • Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Physical Therapy
  • Flexibility Training and Exercises Programs
  • Training in Posture and Positioning
  • Active and Passive Joint Mobility Training
  • Arthritis Treatment
  • Post Surgery Care
  • Pre Surgery Care
  • Orthopedics
  • Pediatrics
  • Body Mechanics
  • Improving Range Of Motion
  • Muscle Re-Education
  • Regaining Mobility
  • Strength Training

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is a treatment that helps children and adults with speech impediments improve their communication and language skills.

Our Speech Services include:

  • Comprehension Skills Assessment
  • Cognitive Skills Evaluation
  • Sensory Skills Assessment
  • Individualized Treatment Plans
  • Eating and Swallowing Strategies
  • Home Safety
  • Speech
  • Language
  • Dysphagia (Swallowing)
  • Cognition
  • Adaptive Speech Devices
  • Aural (Hearing) Rehabilitation
  • Non-oral Communication
  • Home Speech and Language Exercise Program
  • Patient Education
  • Communication Options/Alternatives
  • Speech Articulation Exercise
  • Aural Rehabilitation

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapist typically treats patients for activities of daily living (ADL). Treatment focuses on the patient’s ability to bathe, dress and groom, perform homemaking tasks, and prepare light meals. It also addresses seating and positioning needs, adaptive equipment needs, and environmental changes necessary to make the home safe. Occupational Therapist is trained to work with cognitive issues and psychosocial disorders and often identify visual field cuts or distortions presented by patients.

Most of the rehabilitative care programs we provide will include procedures or treatments such as:

  • Health Assessment
  • Basic Skills Evaluation
  • Evaluating Client’s Cognition and Psychosocial Needs
  • Training with Activities of Daily Living
  • Mobility Treatment/ Enhancement
  • Basic Level Skills Education and Training
  • Body Mechanics
  • Device Assistance Training
  • Muscle Control Restoration and Enhancement
  • Sensory Functions Restoration
  • Balance Restoration
  • Coordination of Skills Restoration Program
  • Preventing Health Complications and Injuries
  • Work Safety Practices
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment
  • Occupational Therapy Equipment Training
  • Therapeutic Programs
  • Strength Enhancement
  • Energy Conservation and Management
Get In Touch With Us!

Please do not hesitate to call 703-473-5563 to discuss your care needs or any concerns regarding us and the home health care services we provide.