Rehabilitation Services (PT/OT/SLP)Improving movement and function, and relieving pain, as well as treating a broad range of speech and language-related disorders.
Rehabilitation Services (PT/OT/SLP)
Helping patients regain independence and well-being
Whether recovering from surgery or an injury, the highly respected therapists of the Weeks Medical Center Rehabilitation Department focus on regaining independence and promoting well-being. The physical therapists at WMC assess and treat musculoskeletal and neurological disorders with the primary goal of improving movement and function, expanding movement potential, and relieving pain. Weeks also offers lymphedema treatment to patients.
Treatment for speech-related concerns for children and adults
The Speech Therapy staff at Weeks Medical Center treat a broad range of speech- and language-related disorders. WMC provides services for children and adults on an inpatient or outpatient basis. Speech-language pathologists diagnose and treat individuals with issues relating to:
- Organic and functional voice disorders
- Head injury
- Degenerative neuromuscular disease
- Brain tumor
- Developmental delay
Helping people lead independent and satisfying lives
Occupational Therapy is the use of self-care, work, and play activities to promote and maintain health, prevent disability, increase independent function, and enhance development. Occupation includes all the activities or tasks that a person performs each day. For example, getting dressed, playing a sport, taking a class, cooking a meal, getting together with friends, and working at a job.
An occupational therapist works with persons who are unable to carry out the various activities that they want, need, or are expected to perform. Occupational therapists are skilled in analyzing daily activities and tasks, and they work to construct therapy programs that enable persons to participate more satisfactorily in daily occupations. Occupational therapy intervention and the organization of specific therapy programs are coordinated with the work of other professional and health care personnel.
For more information or to make an appointment with our Rehabilitation team, please call (603) 788-5009.