Beaumont Home Health and Senior Physical Therapy

For many Southeast Texas seniors, their first experience with physical therapy comes late in life after a fall or injury.

A Southeast Texas home health physical therapist helps assess your muscular system, skeletal system, and can educate both patients and their families on issues relating to safety and mobility during the rehabilitation and healing process.

This can be done in the hospital environment or in clinics dedicated to physical therapy.

Many seniors prefer to receive physical therapy at home as part of their Southeast Texas Home Health Care.

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Harbor Home Health Physical therapists can assist with:

  • Minimizing pain through stretching and exercise
  • Building Strength
  • Assisting you in increasing your range of motion
  • Improving your balance and coordination
  • Improving functional mobility
  • Enhancing gross motor coordination
  • Sensation
  • Edema (A condition characterized by an excess of watery fluid collecting in the cavities or tissues of the body).
  • Transfer training
  • Developing a full range of home exercise programs
  • Assessing a patient’s need for assistive devices (walker, wheelchair, etc.)
  • Manual therapy including massage

If you have questions about receiving physical therapy as part of your Southeast Texas home health care, contact Harbor Home Health:

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