Physical and Occupational Rehabilitation

 

What Is Physical and Occupational Rehabilitation?

Whether you suffered an injury while working or playing sports, physical or occupational rehabilitation is essential in helping you recover. In fact, with proper physical therapy and rehabilitation, most people can return to their lives more quickly.

Physical therapists help people restore movement, strength and functional abilities. They also help manage pain that results from aging, illness or an injury, such as a torn ligament in the knee, to maximize a person’s quality of life. A physical therapist will develop a personalized plan and work with the individual to modify it as needed.

Likewise, an occupational therapist develops a custom plan to increase a person’s independence in day-to-day activities. Like PTs, they work to improve a person’s ability to function and use adaptation equipment, such as wheelchairs or walkers.  

Why Parrish Medical Center

At Parrish Medical Center, we know the benefits of teamwork. And that’s what Parrish Medical Center Orthopedic Care offers to the community. Our orthopedic specialists work closely with our sports medicine physicians and our physical and occupational therapist to deliver expert care.

The institute offers comprehensive skeletal, muscular, joint and spinal care. Whether you’re using physical therapy as a conservative alternative to surgery or you’re rehabbing a joint after a surgical procedure, our experienced physical and occupational therapists are here to help restore your quality of life.

The Parrish Medical Center rehabilitation team has the knowledge and experience to integrate evidence-based treatment, leading-edge technologies, state-of-the-art equipment and adaptive techniques to support your recovery. We provide personalized treatment plans designed for each individual’s condition.

We also offer specialized services, including:

  • Aquatic therapy (at Parrish Health & Fitness Center)
  • Balance and vestibular (inner ear) rehabilitation
  • Cancer & lymphedema therapy
  • Hand & upper extremity therapy §  Foot & ankle therapy
  • Home health physical therapy (Parrish Home Health)
  • Neurological & medical rehabilitation
  • Orthopedic & sports rehabilitation
  • Pediatric rehabilitation (at The Children’s Center)
  • Spine rehabilitation

At Parrish Medical Center Orthopedic Care a physiatrist, a board-certified physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation, will lead your rehabilitation team. The team also will include certified and licensed physical, occupational and speech therapists; you and your loved ones; your primary care physician and other healthcare specialists; and Parrish Medical Center’s extended network.

To learn more call 321-268-6750.