Our Services

  • Rehabilitation

    Sometimes, after a serious illness, surgery or illness, you need rehabilitation to help you recover. Our team includes licensed physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, and exercise physiologists.
  • Aquatic Physical Therapy

    Aquatic physical therapy is the practice of physical therapy by a trained and licensed physical therapist or physical therapist assistant in a water-filled pool. The buoyancy, support and accommodating resistance of the water enhance exercise and create a safe environment for progressive rehabilitation.
  • Cancer Rehabilitation

    Cancer rehabilitation helps reduce the effects of the treatments and aids recovery. It can improve your mobility and strength, reduce pain and fatigue, decrease swelling, and improve the quality of your tissue.
  • Hand Therapy

    Providence provides hand therapy to people of all ages who have disabilities or injuries that interfere with their ability to use their arms and/or hands effectively.
  • Lymphedema Therapy

    Lym­phedema is a type of swelling in a limb or body part caused by a compromised lymphatic system.
  • Neurological Rehabilitation

    We treat patients with a variety of neurological disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, strokes, myasthenia gravis, Guillan-Barré and many more.
  • Occupational Therapy

    Occupational therapy helps people with physical, developmental or emotional disabilities lead independent, productive and fulfilling lives.
  • Pelvic Health Therapy

    The physical and occupational therapists at Providence provide expert treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction for men and women and prenatal/postpartum care for women.
  • Physical Therapy

    Physical therapists diagnose and treat patients of all ages who have medical conditions, health-related problems or injuries that limit their ability to move and perform functional activities of daily life. The goal of physical therapy is to get you back to daily activity without pain as safely and quickly as possible.
  • Speech Therapy

    Speech or language pathologists focus on evaluating, diagnosing and treating people with oral communication disorders. Speech therapists are instrumental in preventing problems related to speech, language, cognitive communication, voice and fluency. This includes both receptive (understanding speech) and expressive (speaking) communication problems. Speech therapists also treat people with swallowing disorders due to stroke, brain injury or nervous system impairments.

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