Our friendly, caring and professional staff has many years of experience with many different patient populations. All therapists are bilingual.
We welcome you to a supportive and compassionate environment. It’s a comfortable, inviting setting that creates a dynamic pathway to the rehabilitative experience!
For your convenience, we offer suitable hours plus flexible scheduling.
Gross motor development, flexibility, muscle tone and strength, endurance, posture, postural control, pre-gait and gait training, neuromuscular retraining (ex. Cerebral Palsy), orthopedic issues (torticollis, hip dysplasia, scoliosis, arthritis, sprains, strains, fractures, and amputations), therapeutic exercises, manual and massage therapy, pain management, environmental and equipment adaptations and adaptive equipment assessments, wheelchair positioning and mobility, and education to caregivers.
Therapist are trained to help people with speech and language problems to speak more clearly through voice therapy, swallowing therapy, oral motor exercises, deep pharyngeal Neuromuscular Stimulation Cognitive Expressions deficits, articulation therapy and home exercise programs.
Vestibular Rehabilitation is an exercise approach to the remediation of disequilibrium and dizziness symptoms associated with peripheral vestibular pathology. A common neuro-otological approach to managing a dizzy patient with balance problems is to administer medication designed to suppress vestibular function. However, some of the medications used for inner ear disorders have the disadvantage of potential habituation and sedating side effects that frequently limit the patient’s ability to perform useful activities. Vestibular rehabilitation is an alternative form of treatment involving specific exercises and manual therapy designed to (1) decrease dizziness; (2) increase balance function; and (3) increase general activity levels. The exercise and manual therapy program is designed to promote central nervous system compensation for inner ear deficits. Patients are asked to exercise daily at home and to visit the physical therapist or occupational therapist during an initial period of four to six weeks.
Activities of daily living (feeding, dressing, bathing, grooming, etc.), fine motor coordination, handwriting skills, motor planning, sensory integration and processing, oral motor functioning, adaptive equipment modifications, environmental modifications play, socialization and peer interaction, infant development education to caregivers, and home exercise programs.
During psychotherapy, you learn about your condition and your moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Therapy assists with social and emotional problems associated with physical condition and family counseling to assist all family members to best serve the patients’ needs.
Have you had a car, slip & fall, or work accident? If you are in need of a quick and effective recovery, our specialists can help you.
If you are living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Asthma, Cystic Fibrosis or any respiratory condition or have trouble breathing, Respiratory Therapy is an indispensable part of health care in our outpatient care setting. The primary goal of any respiratory therapist is to help a patient improve their ability to breathe comfortably, administer medications in aerosol form to help alleviate breathing problems and to help prevent respiratory infections through breathing retraining exercises, therapeutic exercises, aerosol therapy, oxygen therapy and monitoring and home exercise programs.
Improve your looks quickly and comfortably. Preparing for a wedding reception or a job interview? BOTOX® Cosmetic, safely applied by our expert specialists, will temporarily improve the look of both moderate to severe crow’s feet lines and frown lines between the eyebrows in adults.
Get your medical exams necessary for your immigration status, or for pre-employment clearing. We can also do your DOT medical exam.