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Promontory Home Health offers therapy services to help assist our patients in their recovery. Our staff includes experienced physical, occupational, and speech therapists who are trained to help you reach your goals.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is especially important to those who have experienced a stroke or chronic conditions that cause difficulty swallowing and articulating their words.

Our Speech Language Pathologists have received special training to diagnose and treat conditions that cause speech and language problems, and they can help you in the following areas:

  • Swallowing evaluations
  • Nutritional assessment & education
  • Language skill recovery
  • Speech production
  • Cognitive functioning
  • General communication

We can also help patients that require more extensive help with tube feedings. We’ll help you learn how to safely eat again, what consistency of diet you need, and help with nutritional education.

Occupational Therapy

We understand the importance of feeling independent, which is why we offer occupational therapy to provide customized services to clients who are challenged by everyday activities. Our Occupational Therapists will work with you to develop a personalized plan to overcome specific obstacles.

Our Occupational Therapists may help you work through the following tasks:

  • Getting dressed
  • Taking a shower
  • Cooking meals
  • Writing
  • Grabbing small objects
  • Opening cans
  • And more

Physical Therapy

Our team is here to help you improve mobility, functionality, and reduce fall risks all from the comfort of your home--meaning you can recover at your own pace. We aid our clients with many conditions, including:

  • Back pain
  • Stroke recovery
  • COPD
  • Fall prevention
  • Balance
  • Strengthening
  • Home safety evaluations
  • Wound care
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Energy conservation techniques
  • Pain control

Our therapists will also help you assess and rearrange your home to make independent living as easy as possible. This may include creating visual contrast on light switches and other objects and reducing fall risks in the home.

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What We Do

We want you to understand what we do before we ever step foot in your home. Our primary goal is to provide the best care for you under your individual circumstances.

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