Expert Rehabilitation Services, in Your Community
Providence’s Rehabilitation Services offers individualized regimens tailored to patients' lifestyles and needs. Whether you are recovering from a surgical procedure or looking to correct a pre-existing condition, Providence’s team is here to serve you.
At Providence, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy are available in inpatient and outpatient settings.
Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services
- Amputee Clinic
- Aquatic Therapy
- Lymphedema Management
- Sports Medicine
- Swallow Function Studies
- Wheelchair Assessments
- Work Conditioning
- Wound Care
Improve Limb Function with Physical Therapy
Physical Therapists create individualized programs to speed your recovery time and get you to your optimum mobility and flexibility. Physical Therapists use a combination of techniques and technology to correct a variety of disorders. These techniques include:
- Gait Training
- Restorative Exercises
- Manual Therapy
- Wound Care
- Balance and Fall Prevention
Regain Independence with Occupational Therapy
Patients of all ages with physical, neurological, cognitive, or psychosocial impairments are treated by Occupational Therapists. With their help, patients learn to perform skills that will improve their ability to function in their own environments.
- Stroke Rehabilitation
- Retraining with Activities of Daily Living
- Hand Therapy
- Splint Fabrication
- Cognitive and Perceptual Training
- Wheelchair Management
Recover Communication Ability with Speech and Language Pathology
Speech and Language Pathologists at Providence use individual consultations and evaluations to assist patients with communication difficulties such as slurred speech, voice disorders, dysphasia, and delayed speech and language development.
- Motor Speech Disorders including Dysarthria and Apraxia
- Communication Disorders
- Swallowing Center for evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders
- Voice Restoration Clinic
- Reading and Writing Retraining
- Foreign Accent Modification
- Fluency Clinic for Stuttering
- Myofunctional Therapy for tongue thrust
Contact a Rehabilitation Specialist
For more information, please call Rehabilitative Services at (202) 269-7657 or Carroll Manor Rehabilitative Services at (202) 269-7705.