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Picture of a Physical Therapist (male) with one hand on a woman's knee and the other hand on her foot. She is lying on her back
Picture of a Physical Therapist (male) with one hand on a woman's knee and the other hand on her foot. She is lying on her back

Therapy Services


St. Luke Therapy Services is committed to supporting all ages (birth to geriatric) who have developmental delays and/or a specific exceptionality. Together, the Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy departments want to offer the most up-to-date therapy modalities in our evaluation, diagnosis, guidance to families, and treatments. Our therapists are a devoted team who support each other and will provide evidence based models to improve positive outcomes for our patients.

Specialized Services Offered:
Dry Needling
ASTYM
Aquatic Therapy
LSVT LOUD/BIG
Women's Health
Sensory Integration
Infant Swallowing
Pediatric Feeding
Breastfeeding Support
Vital Stim (NMES)
Gross Motor
Fine Motor
Lymphedema
Sports-Related Injuries
Language/Articulation


Physical Therapy

We provide skilled interventions to treat the following:

Musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, including low back pain, neck pain, headaches, postural    disorders and hand, hip, shoulder, knee, ankle or foot problems
Sports-related injuries
Balance disorders, including frequent falls or vestibular disorders (inner ear problems).
Neurological rehabilitation, including stroke or peripheral nerve disorders
Pre-operative and post-operative rehabilitation, including back, shoulder, knee, ankle, foot or joint    replacement surgeries
Prenatal and postnatal programming, including pregnancy-related musculoskeletal pain
Prosthetic and orthotic training
Work-related injuries, including return-to-work conditioning, body mechanics and ergonomics    education and instruction
Cumulative trauma injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis
Aquatic Therapy for decompression of the spine during exercise and to provide strengthening    and balance challenge
Astym to treat chronic musculoskeletal conditions and scar tissue
Women's health including urinary incontinence and pelvic pain
Lymphedema
Biodex to treat balance issues and perform proper concussion screenings
Wound care including negative pressure wound therapy/VAC
Pediatrics including sensory integration

Occupational Therapy

St. Luke offers occupational therapy services in their rehabilitation department. Occupational therapy enables people of all ages to return to and participate in meaningful daily, work and leisure activities.

Occupational Therapy Services:

Self care (dressing, grooming, toileting, home making)
Pain Management
Ergonomics and Body Mechanics
Flexibility
Range of Motion
Custom Splint Fabrication
Aquatic Therapy
Driving Assessment
Endurance Programs
Manual Therapy/Massage
Cumulative Trauma Injuries
          - Including but not limited to:
          - Carpul Tunnel Syndrome
          - De Quervain's Symdrome
          - Gamekeeper's Thumb
          - Guyon's Tunnel Syndrome
          - Trigger Finger
          - Tenosynovitis
          - Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
          - Lateral/Medial Epicondylitis
Arthritis
Adaptive Equipment and Home Safety Recommendations
Visual/Perceptual Deficits
Upper Extremity and Hand Coordination Dysfunction
Hand Therapy
Pediatrics
          - Developmental Delay
          - Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders
          - Sensory Intergration Dysfunction
          - General Sensory Integration Dysfunction
          - Tactile Defensiveness
          - Gravitational Instability
          - Vestibular Processing Disorder
          - Dyspraxia
          - Perceptual Disorders
Neurological Injuries
          - Including but not limited to
          - CVA
          - Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
          - Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
          - Multiple Sclerosis
          - Parkinson's Disease

Speech Pathology

At St. Luke, Speech-language pathologists assess, diagnose, treat, and help to prevent speech, language, cognitive, communication, voice, swallowing, fluency, and other related disorders. Speech-language pathologists work with people who cannot make speech sounds, or cannot make them clearly; those with speech rhythm and fluency problems, such as stuttering; people with voice quality problems, such as inappropriate pitch or harsh voice; those with problems understanding and producing language; those who wish to improve their communication skills by modifying an accent; and those with cognitive communication impairments, such as attention, memory, and problem solving disorders. They also work with people who have oral motor or throat problems causing eating and swallowing difficulties.


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