Rehabilitation Services in St. Petersburg, Florida
At St. Anthony’s Hospital, we offer both inpatient and outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation after a joint replacement surgery. Our inpatient orthopedic unit has a therapy gym where patients can practice various activities before they return home, including car transfers and stair navigation. This allows our patients to get comfortable with their new joint and learn techniques for getting around comfortably and safely.
Each of St. Anthony's outpatient rehabilitation facilities offer services uniquely designed to treat the needs of patients with the goal of improving quality of life.
Our experienced, licensed and professional therapists treat patients age 10 and older for orthopedic injuries and diagnoses. Patients age 14 and older are treated for all other injuries and diagnoses.
Our centers offer physical therapy, occupational speech and hand therapy to meet patients' individual needs. Each outpatient facility offers services uniquely designed to treat the needs of patients. Our therapists will work closely with you and your physician to thoroughly evaluate your condition and develop a plan of treatment. Our goal is to help our patients improve their quality of life.
Rehabilitation Services Provided:
Physical Therapy - Restores maximum physical functioning and enables the individual to return to an active life as quickly as possible. Includes specialized programs such as aquatic therapy, sports medicine rehabilitation, balance and dizziness, incontinence, lymphedema, TMJ, and prosthetic training.
Occupational Therapy - Our unique program offers treatment sessions to help you maximize independence and safety in the areas of leisure, work and self-care. Assessments and daily skills training are only a few of the valuable services we offer. Specialized programs include hand therapy, splint fabrication and ergonomic evaluations.
Speech Therapy - Speech therapy provides for the identification and treatment of a communication or swallowing problem that may have resulted from an injury, stroke, hearing loss or other neurological or physical condition.
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