Regain strength, mobility, cognition, and life skills after neurological injury or illness.

Neurological injuries and disorders - such as Parkinson's Disease, stroke, brain injury, ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, and more - can cause a range of problems and impairments. Our caregivers use a multidisciplinary team approach to customized care for each and every patient.

All three Rehabilitation disciplines - Physical, Occupational, and Speech-Language Therapies - can be used to support patients coping with or recovering from neurological injury or illness.

Physical Therapists will perform an evaluation and develop a treatment plan to address your:

  • balance
  • coordination
  • flexibility
  • mobility
  • posture
  • strength

Occupational Therapists can perform a skilled assessment and develop a treatment plan to help you with:

  • coordination
  • flexibility
  • upper extremity strength
  • vision
  • performance of daily activities, such as:
    • dressing
    • grooming
    • meal preparation
    • participation in social activities

Our Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs), or Speech Therapists, will work with you and your doctor to develop an individualized plan of care that addresses:

  • communication
  • comprehension
  • organizing
  • planning
  • problem-solving
  • swallowing
Smart Tip

LSVT Big and Loud for Parkinson's Disease

LSVT Big and Loud is a type of therapy specifically designed to meet the unique needs of patients with Parkinson's Disease. It includes evidence-based occupational, physical, and speech techniques.

  • LSVT Big: Improves movement needed for mobility and function
  • LSVT Loud: Improves communication used for everyday interactions

Learn More About LSVT Big and Loud