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.
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
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)