How can we help you?
Following an injury, surgery, or accident, we often lose control over part of our bodies. A broken leg, a hand tremor, a more difficult time simply communicating. At a time when you just want to be 100% again, you can’t. That’s where we come in. Your health is just as important to us as it is to you, and we provide a wide range of Medicare-aligned therapy services our seniors and patients need to return to their previous physical fitness, work, or lifestyle.
It’s our philosophy that the best-in-care practice is centered around continuity of care. Including physical, occupational, and speech therapy resources in our network helps us deliver a continuity of care for patients. Our therapists develop the relationships and take the hands-on approach required to help you recover following an injury or surgery. Whether you’re seeking care at home, in one of our communities, or elsewhere, we provide rehabilitative therapy using some of the state’s best physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists.
For assisted living facilities and skilled nursing facilities seeking therapy staffing, we have the flexibility to adapt to changing needs as your census fluctuates. For residents in any of our Angels Senior Living communities, we can provide you with the same flexible services depending on your needs and path to recovery.
You can be confident that our decades of experience will deliver the highest of standards in inpatient and outpatient physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy solutions. The goal is to provide clinical excellence and exceptional value while establishing continuity of care for patients.
Connect with us today to learn more about how we can help you with our comprehensive therapy services. If you’d like to learn more, please call us at (813) 317-5486.
For more information about our services, please check out the FAQ below.
How Can We Help You?
Part of recovering from a surgery or injury, or combating a disease, is maintaining or gaining your previous strength and mobility. Physical therapy treats a wide range of neurological, orthopedic, and other disorders. PT is often covered by Medicare.
OT focuses on helping individuals participate in previous activities, often focusing on mental health, disability or injury recovery, and overcoming impairments. If you’re looking to get back into the office or continue some of your hobbies, occupational therapy is for you.
Speech therapy focuses on examining and treating communication disorders. Controlling voice, swallowing, and speech production, often after an accident or injury, are some of the most common issues requiring therapy.
Frequently Asked Questions About Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy
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Therapy covers a wide range of allied health care professions, most prominently physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Other therapies like behavior and psychotherapy are also becoming popular. At its core, therapy is a medical treatment designed to heal or help a patient recover their previous or expected strength.
Physical therapy covers medical treatment for a wide range of physical ailments. This includes pain, soft tissue injuries, or problems related to the skeleton, muscles, brain, heart, and the relationships between these systems.
Physical therapy is a wide practice with a variety of focuses on the skin, promoting normal aging, increasing cardiovascular endurance, treating wounds and burns, and more. Physical therapy is covered by Medicare.
Occupational therapy focuses fundamentally on the maintenance, recovery, and development of a patient’s way of life. This also includes working with people on participating in everyday activities. Many occupational therapist patients have injuries from accidents, mental health problems, or disabilities keeping them from enjoying life on their terms.
The idea behind occupational therapy is that staying “occupied” has a positive effect on one’s health. Interacting with others successfully, practicing hobbies of your choosing or taking time to discover what you enjoy, and organizing your time helps bring personal value to your life.
Speech-language pathology covers the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of communication, voice, swallowing, and language disorders.
These services are highly focused on the individual given the wide range and nature of speech and language disorders.
Occupational therapy costs range from $40 to $200 per visit and will include an initial evaluation. Your insurance will generally require a physician’s referral for coverage. Medicare Part B covers occupational therapy in an outpatient setting if recommended by your doctor. Talk to your health care and insurance providers to understand more about what your payment obligations will be under Medicare.
Speech-language pathology has the fewest burdens placed upon it by Medicare, but can also be the most expensive given the nature of the practice. Communication, swallowing, voice, or other disorders brought on by an injury or illness are generally covered. A typical speech therapy session could cost anywhere from $100 to $250 depending on your location. Speech-language pathologists also typically perform an initial assessment. Discuss your options with your health care provider and insurance to learn more about your obligations.