We provide physical therapy in a healing yet challenging environment - the patient's home. Climbing steps, reaching into cupboards, putting on socks and shoes, working in the garden and driving a car are challenging for a patient who can't move adequately. These and other "real life" challenges need to be overcome for the patient to fully recover. With support from a Mobile Rehab physical therapist, patients set their individual goals and work toward a successful return to daily activities.
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The vestibular system is housed in the inner ear. It works in conjunction with visual and sensory systems to control balance and orientation to space. Problems with the vestibular system may cause the person to feel dizzy (also known as having vertigo), nauseous or off balance.
Vestibular rehab combines exercises and positioning techniques that help improve the function of the vestibular system. On the initial visit, our physical therapist trained in vestibular rehabilitation will perform a thorough evaluation of the vestibular system. A treatment program will then be designed on an individual basis, depending on the specific problems and symptoms.
Some problems can be treated in as little as one or two treatment sessions using special head positioning maneuvers. Additional sessions to teach a balance exercise program may be beneficial.
Balance Training & Fall Prevention
Underlying causes for a decline in balance can include changes in vision, vitamin deficiencies, stroke or nervous system impairment, vestibular or proprioceptive. In many cases it’s possible to restore balance, return to most activities and reduce fall risk. Even for those who have had falls, effective treatment directed at the underlying cause of the fall can often restore balance for basic activities.
Using proven therapeutic techniques, Mobile Rehab skilled therapists assess the vestibular, proprioceptive, and muscular systems. Together, the therapist and patient work toward goals of walking, exercise and a return to everyday activities.
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Training for Caregiver Aides & Companions
Seniors and their families can receive training in proven techniques that slow the age related decline in mental function. Our therapists can set up a customized brain fitness program to improve memory and overall brain function. Go to BRAIN FITNESS news.
By causing neurons to "rewire" themselves, CIMT not only changes the brain, it changes lives.
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