Outpatient Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy includes specific exercises, manual therapy, and education to optimize physical independence and provides healthy activity for those coping with immobility. It helps restore movement and maximize function as much as possible.
How we can help?
  • Manual therapy techniques and modalities to reduce pain.
  • Therapeutic exercises to build strength, flexibility and mobility.
  • Correct muscles imbalances and postural alignment.
  • Maximize mobility and function.
  • Gait training.
  • Postural and seating assessment.
  • Therapeutic exercise programs to rehabilitate after injury and the effects of disability.
  • Techniques to improve movement coordination balance.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy focuses on enabling patients to be as independent as possible, in activities including eating, showering, driving, leisure activities, and work. Teaching new ways of approaching tasks and breakdown activities into achievable goals, so the patient engages and re-learn activities of daily living, despite physical, motor, and cognitive challenges.
How we can help?
  • Improve functional independence.
  • Fine motor and hand functions.
  • Visual motor integration.
  • Assessment for assistive devices.
  • Splinting.
  • De-sensitization programs.
  • Improve focus and social skills.
  • Structure routine development.
  • ADL skills training.
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation.
  • Therapy programs for physical, cognitive, behavioral or mental health problems.
  • Postural and seating assessment.

Speech and Swallow Therapy

Speech-language therapy is the treatment for patients with speech and/or language disorders. The main goal is addressing communication and improve swallowing functions.
Conditions we treat:
  • Pediatric Language Delays and Disorders.
  • Social Pragmatic Language Disorder.
  • Cognitive Communication Disorder.
  • Learning Difficulties.
  • Acquired Language Disorder in adults.
  • Aphasia in children and adults.
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder.