HOME PHYSICAL THERAPY IN LAYTON
If you are experiencing tripping, dizziness, swaying, or stumbling you may have problems with your balance and would benefit from a mobile physical therapist. An in home physical therapist in Layton can lead you through various exercises designed to improve your mobility, balance, and strength.
BACK OR NECK PAIN
Our Wasatch physical therapy home visits can help reduce pain and stiffness in your neck or back, improve your strength, and develop lasting strategies to help prevent your neck and back pain from reoccurring.
Reduced mobility can increase your risk of falling. Physical therapy can help you regain the strength and balance needed to keep you walking safely.
PRE & POST - OPERATIVE STRENGTHENING
Physical therapy at home before your knee or hip replacement can drastically improve your post-operative outcomes. Some studies have shown it improves recovery time and can shorten hospital stays.
Whether you are struggling with arthritis, a rotator cuff tear, tendonitis, or other injuries to your shoulder or arm, a mobilephysical therapist is your best resource. They will work with you to create a rehabilitation program focused specifically on your condition to get you back as quick as possible.
HOME OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY IN LAYTON
A home assessment by a trained professional can help prevent falls, improve safety, and enhance quality of life. As occupational therapists in Layton and aging in place specialists, we are trained to analyze and modify a person’s environment to make it safer and more accessible. Our goal is to help you or your loved one continue living in your own home for as long as possible.
Maybe you already have diabetes, or were told by your doctor that you are at risk for developing diabetes. Our in home occupational therapy practitioners work with you to develop healthy habits and routines to help you combat diabetes. We'll help you take charge of your diabetes so you can get back to doing the activities you want to do.
DIFFICULTY CARING FOR YOURSELF
Do you or your loved one have difficulty completing daily activities like dressing, bathing, cooking, laundry, or even with using the toilet? What about managing medications or paying bills? The at home occupational therapy focuses on health promotion, quality of life, and maximizing independence with self-care activities. We can help!
Falls are NOT a normal part of aging. Falls can result in a loss of independence, need for long-term care, and increased caregiver burden. If you have fallen before, or are afraid of falling, you would benefit from a customized fall prevention program. Most falls are preventable, and we can help.
Functional use of our arms and hands are vital to being able to participate in everyday activities. Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, tendonitis, or carpal tunnel syndrome are the most common complaints of hand pain. If you are experiencing pain or difficulty using your hands or arms, a hand therapist is a great resource to helping you recover.
HOME OFFICE ERGONOMIC ASSESSMENT
Working from home can be hard on your joints. A home office assessment can help identify areas of concerns and prevent injuries. There are many simple and cost effective solutions to help preserve your joints and promote proper body mechanics when working from home.
HOME SPEECH THERAPY IN LAYTON
COGNITIVE AND MEMORY LOSS
Forgetfulness, slower processing speeds, or decreased attention span can severely impact daily functioning, safety, independence, and overall quality of life. An at home speech therapist in Layton can work with you and your family to develop techniques and strategies to improve your cognitive functioning, and/or develop compensatory strategies to help you maximize independence.
While there are many types of dementia, most have similar symptoms including - memory loss, confusion, poor attention span, difficulty following conversations, and personality changes, among many others. Individuals at any stage of dementia can benefit from speech therapy. The in home speech therapist can assist with dementia staging, or helping the individual and family understand the stages of dementia, as well as how the disease progresses and affects everyday functioning. They will work with the individual and their family to implement compensatory techniques to maximize independence in the home and create a supportive and functional environment.
SPEECH AND COMMUNICATION
If an illness or injury has left you with deficits in your ability to communicate effectively, a speech therapist can help. Our at home speech therapy in Layton will focus on developing a personalized treatment plan focused on exercises to help with your speech, language, and overall communication skills.