Physical rehabilitation therapists in Brooksville, Florida
At Oak Hill Hospital, our goal is to provide the physical therapy and rehabilitation you need to get you back to the life you wish to lead.
Our licensed therapists provide personalized, hands-on programs to relieve pain for patients of all ages. With our rehabilitative therapies, we help you regain mobility and independence following an injury, illness or surgery.
All new admissions are scheduled within 48 hours of referrals.
To make an appointment at our outpatient rehabilitation center, call us at (352) 597-6321 or fax a prescription to (352) 597-6062.
Our rehabilitation center in Hernando County is equipped with advanced equipment and staffed by a team of experienced therapists. Our goal is to offer progressive care and gentle guidance toward a healthy recovery.
Our interdisciplinary team consists of:
- Occupational therapists
- Occupational therapy assistants
- Physical therapists
- Physical therapy assistants
- Speech language pathologists
- Therapy rehab aides
Our physical therapy programs are customized to restore and strengthen your motor and muscle function. We use an array of therapeutic techniques, exercises and modalities, which include:
- Amputation post-operation therapy
- Prosthetic gait training
- Stump management
- Cardiopulmonary reconditioning
- Strengthening and mobility therapies for diabetic neuropathy
- Pelvic floor strengthening
Lymphedema therapy and management
Lymphedema is a buildup of fluid normally transported by the lymph system. This buildup can lead to swelling in parts of the body related to nearby lymph nodes. Often, lymphedema occurs after cancer treatments, like radiation or the surgical removal of lymph nodes. Our lymphedema specialist provides personalized techniques to reduce pain and discomfort due to lymphedema.
We offer a full continuum of orthopedic care, which includes orthopedic rehab services. With these therapeutic programs, we help you recover fully and quickly following spine and joint injuries or procedures.
We treat the following conditions:
- Ligament repairs
- Spinal surgeries
- Total joint replacement procedures
Our neurological rehabilitation programs are designed to help you regain lost motor function or capabilities lost as a result of a neurological injury, disease or incident. If a function has been permanently changed, we use therapies to help you adapt and regain as much independence as possible.
We help with the recovery of the following neurological conditions:
- Coordination deficits
- Gait disturbances
- Parkinson’s disease
- Spinal cord injuries
- Vestibular (balance) issues
Our trained occupational therapists help you restore your independence in functional performance through exercise, activity and adaptive techniques.
Our occupational therapy services include:
- Activities of daily living therapy
- Training in adaptive equipment
- Arthritis and rheumatic programs
- Community re-entry/vocational training
- Hand therapy
Our speech language pathologists enhance your communication and swallowing abilities with customized programs and advanced technology. We use augmentative communication systems to treat non-verbal conditions and neuromuscular electrical stimulation devices for swallowing disorder treatment.
Some of the speech and swallowing conditions we treat include:
- Fluency disorders
- Language learning disorders and disabilities (oral or written)
- Speech and language disorders resulting from neurological damage or disease
- Swallowing disorders (dysphagia)
- Voice disorders (including Parkinson’s disease)
Pediatric rehabilitation services
We also offer physical therapy and rehabilitative therapies to children. Our pediatric rehabilitation services include:
- Occupational therapy for impaired fine motor skills, such as handwriting impairment
- Orthopedic rehabilitation
- Physical therapy
- Speech therapy
Our pediatric programs are customized on a case-by-case basis. Our caring staff members can provide more information about your child's specific condition and needs. You can contact them at (352) 597-6321.