Providing You with Health Care at Home
Since each patient is unique, we develop customized sessions for each patient to provide one-on-one skilled therapy to restore function in the home and community. We provide physical and occupational therapy to patients in their own home. This allows us to provide personalized treatment until we reach our goals. Treatments are centered on patient goals to maximize function and achieve long lasting results. We address the root cause of the condition to eliminate it at the source. Even if you have tried other treatments and therapies, there is a program that is proven to be the most effective for your condition.
Score Rehab treats patients who have:
- History of falls
- Impaired balance
- Joint pain and stiffness
- Back and neck pain
- Orthopedic injuries
- Whiplash/auto accident injuries
- Joint sprains & muscular strains
- Acute/chronic pain
- Parkinson’s disease
- Muscle weakness
- Neurological condition
About the services we offer:
Many people are curious about the relationship between Occupational Therapy (OT) and Physical Therapy (PT).
Primarily focuses on improving a person’s functional abilities so they can perform daily activities safely and efficiently. This can involve adaptive techniques and/or the use of assistive devices to provide the best outcome for the patient. Occupational Therapy can be valuable to patients with difficulty dressing, bathing, cooking and eating. However, Occupational Therapists are not limited to these areas, as they can also help a patient improve their balance, cognition (a mental process that includes thinking), and the ability to function safely in their homes.
Physical Therapy is focused more on treating a persons injury directly or helping to prevent injuries. A Physical therapist will diagnose and treat the physical source of the problem; the injured tissues and structures. Physical Therapists are experts on anatomy and the musculoskeletal system and work in collaboration with your medical doctor to ensure the highest level of recovery is achieved. Physical Therapists are not limited to treating injuries alone. They are capable of treating many other conditions such as impaired balance, difficulty with walking, pain, dementia, stroke, etc.
Although Physical and Occupational Therapists focus on different aspects of a patient’s condition, it is recommended that they work in tandem to ensure that our patients get the most complete recovery possible.