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Rehabilitation Home Therapy

Complete Physical Therapy (CPT) offers comprehensive home rehabilitation therapy services to help our clients regain their highest potential level of functional independence and self-confidence. A team of licensed therapists works closely with a client’s attending physician to develop an individualized rehabilitation program designed for optimum results.

Complete Physical Therapy provides the following rehabilitation therapy services:

Physical Therapy 

Our physical therapists help clients' build strength, improve mobility and develop greater independence through special exercises and physical training. Our progressive programs, combined with a compassionate yet reinforcing approach, promote individual patient progress.

Occupational Therapy 

Our occupational therapy program helps clients improve their ability to manage day-to-day activities and become as self-sufficient as possible. Clients who have difficulty dressing, bathing and feeding themselves; have limitations in mobility; or who experience memory, attention, or problem-solving deficiencies that limit independence and safety may benefit from occupational therapy.

The Benefits and Risks of Physical Therapy

Your physician may recommend physical therapy as part of your treatment plan. Therapy can be hard work and has associated benefits and risks of which you should be aware. Some of them are listed below.

The benefits of therapy may include improvement in your strength, joint mobility, pain management, cardiopulmonary status, skin integrity, endurance, energy management, wound healing, living environment, equipment management, secretion elimination, safety awareness and posture. Therapy may also increase your functional ability, muscle relaxation and motor control, balance and coordination. Therapy may decrease or eliminate pain, minimize impairment and remove necrotic tissue.

The risks associated with physical therapy may include muscle soreness, strain or sprain; skin breakdown, redness, irritation or burns; an increase in pain; a cold or allergic reaction; fatigue; edema or bruising, risk of fall and infection, bleeding at the debridement site, fainting, increased tingling in your upper or lower extremities, shortness of breath, deterioration in your diagnosis, and, if you have cancer, an increased growth of cancer.


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