Outpatient Rehabilitation

Outpatient therapy services are designed to occur onsite or within an individual’s home setting. For those who might need some continued therapy after a short-stay rehabilitation stint, or who want to take preventive measures to increase strength and dexterity, myPotential Rehabilitation Outpatient Therapy services can do just that.

Services include: 

Physical Therapy

Gets you stronger, walking better, and increases your balance.

Physical therapy may be needed if you:

  • Have trouble getting up from a chair or out of bed
  • Difficulty climbing stairs
  • Get tired easily when walking
  • Have recently fallen
  • Experience physical weakness

Occupational Therapy

Helps you manage daily activities more easily, including: dressing, bathing, cooking and cleaning.

Occupational therapy may be needed if you have trouble:

  • Taking a shower or bath
  • Getting on and off the toilet
  • Cooking and cleaning
  • Dressing and undressing

Speech and Language

If you have had a stroke in the past and continue to have trouble speaking or eating what you want.

Speech and language therapy may be needed if you:

  • Speak slowly
  • Experience difficulty finding the words you want to say
  • Have trouble swallowing food (including coughing after you drink)