Our Physical Therapists treat individuals who have suffered impairments in mobility or function due to illness or injury. They develop individualized plans to help their patients perform activities to improve movement in their daily lives and use a wide range of equipment at their disposal to help achieve their patient’s goal.
Physical Therapists are trained in a wide area of specialties including sports medicine, wound care, geriatrics, orthopedics, pediatrics, and more. They work in both inpatient (hospital) and outpatient settings and provide therapy to Home Health patients, Nursing Home residents and to local schools. They collaborate with both the patients and their support systems/families to create a plan of care that is realistic and patient-centered.
Our Physical Therapy Team is trained in and specializes in:
Our Occupational Therapist treat individuals who have lost some ability to perform functions of their everyday life due to a physical, mental or cognitive disorder. Occupational Therapists focus on treatment that helps to develop, recover or maintain the patients’ daily living and/or work skills so they can return to their daily routine.
Occupational Therapy is often confused with the specific treatment of workman’s comp/ vocational/ job training cases and, though Occupational Therapists do help with these lines of treatment, the majority of their work is to identify and eliminate environmental barriers to a patient’s independence and participation in their daily home activities. Occupational Therapists focus on adapting the environment, modifying tasks, teaching skills, and/or educating the patient (and their support system/family) in order to increase their participation and performance of their daily activities, especially those activities that are the most meaningful to the patient.
For an adult, this often means patients being able to taking care of themselves, their homes, enjoying their off-time, and/or successfully returning to their careers. For children, this means often means being able to brush their teeth, being able to play, or use their utensils or even crayons.
Our Occupational Therapy Team is trained in and specializes in:
Our Speech Therapist treats individuals with communication and/or swallowing issues on a specialized and individual basis and help the patient’s support systems/families with education and support.
Speech-Language Pathologists work to prevent and treat issues specific to speech, language, communication, cognitive-communication, vocal, and swallowing issues in both children, adults, and geriatrics. They specialize in the cognitive aspects of communication such as attention, memory, and problem solving. They treat speech concerns such as phonation and articulation and overall language delays/disorders.
Speech-Language Pathologists specialize in swallowing problems and feeding issues and voice disorders.
Our Speech Therapy Team is trained in and specializes in:
Moore County Therapy Services are proudly offered by:
Moore County Hospital District
224 E 2nd Street
Dumas, TX 79029
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