PHYSICAL, OCCUPATIONAL, AND SPEECH THERAPY
OUTPATIENT THERAPY IN THE HOME
At Solei Rehab & Wellness we have a multidisciplinary therapy team ready to take care of your patients.
By eliminating many barriers to accessing traditional therapy, we can improve follow-through and consistency of therapy leading to increased success and quicker recovery times.
Please see below for a list of services. This is not a comprehensive list.
To refer a patient, please fax referral to (833) 929-2512
Occupational therapists are trained to analyze and modify a person’s environment to make it safer and more accessible. A home assessment by a trained professional can help prevent falls, improve safety, enhance quality of life, and prevent hospitalizations.
CHRONIC CARE MANAGEMENT
Physical, occupational, and speech therapy are essential tools for the management of chronic conditions. We will create a customized rehabilitation program that will focus on remediation of functional deficits, use of compensatory techniques, and increasing education about the disease progression to improve safety, independence, and quality of life.
OTHER COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS
Our holistic approach to managing these difficult diseases is centered around patient and family education, home safety and fall prevention, and compensatory techniques for safe completion of daily occupations. Our skilled therapists will work with your patients to keep them safely at home for as long as possible.
We will help patients better understand diabetes and related diseases; how to engage in healthy eating and meal preparation; effective medication management skills; stress and anxiety management; and the importance of physical activity.
A multidisciplinary approach to fall prevention is the most effective way to prevent falls and hospitalizations. Patients will work with both physical and occupational therapists to improve balance, strength, and endurance. A thorough home safety assessment will help to identify areas of concern and the need for home and environmental modifications.
Rehabilitation for upper extremity conditions including: finger sprains/strains; trigger fingers; de Quervain’s tenosynovitis; arthritis; fractures, carpal tunnel syndrome; golfer’s & tennis elbow; or dislocations.
OFFICE ERGONOMIC ASSESSMENT
There are many simple and cost effective solutions to help preserve joints and promote proper body mechanics when working from home. An assessment of the patient home office to identify areas of concern can prevent pain and overuse injuries.
People with urinary incontinence are less likely to participate in social outings, personal relationships, physical activity, and have significantly reduced quality of life. Non-pharmacological interventions will include bladder control training, coping strategies, exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor, and lifestyle modifications including weight loss and exercise.
Physical therapy is a primary resource to help patients recover from back pain, neck pain, arthritis, rotator cuff tears, or any other physical condition that is impacting their safety and independence with daily activities.
Pre-operative care includes a home safety assessment by an occupational therapist to provide recommendations about equipment and home modifications; strengthening exercises, and caregiver education and training. Pre-operative therapy has been shown to improve recovery time and can shorten hospital stays.
SPEECH AND COMMUNICATION
A speech therapist will focus on developing a personalized treatment plan focused on exercises to improve speech, language, and overall communication skills.