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Rehabilitation Services

Helping Patients Return Home, to Work & the Community

At the Carson Valley Medical Center Rehabilitation Center, we strive to help our patients live up to their full potential. We provide professional rehabilitation services on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Our comprehensive outpatient rehab therapy program offers physical therapy, occupational therapy, and/or speech therapy to patients of all ages.

Our individualized therapy programs are provided by a team of trained therapists who are skilled at rehabilitation for a number of diseases and injuries. For example, we help patients affected by stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, balance disorders, orthopedic conditions, and neurological disorders, among others. Our overarching goal for all rehabilitation services is to help patients achieve maximum independence and mobility.

Rehabilitation Services We Offer

Rehabilitation may involve a one or a combination of physical, occupational, or speech-language pathology therapies:

  • Physical therapy: This program helps patients restore or improve their strength and range of motion. You and your physical therapist will work on overcoming physical and functional limitations caused by an injury and/or illness. We also offer aquatic therapy in our physical therapy program. The physical therapy department is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., but hours may vary to accommodate patient schedules.
  • Occupational therapy: Our skilled CVMC occupational therapists provide services to directly address any functional limitations that prevent you from carrying out daily living activities. Occupational therapy can help you achieve personal goals based on your physician’s prescription. Our therapists will assist you in your home or work environments with adaptive techniques or devices so you can maintain or restore your independence.
  • Speech therapy: Our speech-language pathologists (SLPs), also called speech therapists, are highly qualified and licensed professionals who can help patients of all ages. These SLPs help children or adults with impaired abilities in speaking, reading, writing, or other processing abilities. SLPs can diagnose and treat many difficult speech and language disorders, from inconsistent sound errors, stuttering, social communication disorders, and distortions (such as a lisp).
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