Our program is individualized and focused on your specific goals!  We use evidence based approach that is focused on improving and maintaining your movement and function.

The typical program includes: 

  • A 4-8-week integrated and intensive program.

  • Individualized frequency of each discipline, depending on your needs.  Most people need 2-3x/week of Physical and Occupational therapy and 3x/week for Speech therapy

  • We create a transition plan to specialized wellness services, personal training, and/or group fitness at the end of the program for lifelong maintenance. 

  • We typically set up a 6 month check up to assist you in maintaining your function and adjust your program as needed.

Physical therapy focuses on: 

  • Aerobic exercise and high intensity intervals: Graded exercise and training for brain health

  • Movement training to improve size and power of movement with a focus on function and everyday activities

  • Vestibular rehabilitation and vision training as needed to help with balance and dizziness

  • Motor control training to restore automatic and fluid movements with increased speed and size

  • Functional training to return to your life goals

  • Dual task training: To access automatic movement pathways in the brain. 

  • Strengthening with a focus on improving speed and movement size

 

Occupational therapy focuses on:

  • Lifestyle interventions, which include:

    • Sleep: sleep induction, stimulus control, and sleep compression.

    • Routine/time management: discussions on how to put systems in place to reduce overwhelm, or how to have a health-promoting daily rhythm.

    • Eating routine: For adequate hydration, nutrition, and blood glucose regulation.

    • Physical activity: To build a sustainable, realistic routine that you enjoy. 

  • Coping strategies: To build a personalized list of nervous system regulation strategies. 

  • Mindfulness training: To practice and record personalized audio for guided imagery, body scan, and other mindfulness strategies. 

  • Movement training to improve size and power of movement with a focus on function and everyday activities

    • Sensorimotor training for activities of daily living including dressing, meal preparation and anything you enjoy doing throughout your day

    • Fine motor retraining: For activities of daily living (especially handwriting, typing, buttoning), chores, and other functional tasks.

Speech Therapy may focus on:

  • Improving voice volume and quality

  • Addressing any swallowing concerns

  • Lifestyle interventions, which include:

    • Brain training for cognitive changes

    • Routine/time management: discussions on how to put systems in place to reduce overwhelm, or how to have a health-promoting daily rhythm.

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