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Northside Hospital physical therapists are trained to evaluate and treat patients with loss of physical ability and provide education to help patients improve their quality of life.
Northside's team of Occupational Therapists are dedicated to helping their patients improve function through utilization of exercise and adaptive equipment to improve independence.
At Northside, our team evaluates and treats a wide variety of speech and language disorders including dysphagia, voice therapy for Parkinson's, cognition and swallowing.
If you have a hearing problem or balance disorder, Northside audiologists provide state-of-the-art hearing testing and equipment to improve your listening skills and communication.
Oncology Rehabilitation can be beneficial prior to, during and/or after cancer treatment; our multidisciplinary team here at Northside is integrative and helps patients improve quality of life and independence.
At Northside Hospital, we have clinicians and specialists with advanced degrees in specific areas of expertise to provide highly specialized care including Wound Care, Aquatic, Lymphedema and Pelvic Health Therapy.
Northside Hospital Rehabilitation Services is taking precautions to protect patients, family members, staff and the community, including social distancing, wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), sanitizing facilities, temperature screening, and limiting guests and family. Along with traditional hands-on rehab care, we now also offer virtual visits (telemedicine).
If you have a question or want to schedule an in-person or virtual appointment, please contact our scheduling team at 404-236-8030.
Are you suffering from fatigue/shortness of breath, difficulty thinking and concentrating, joint and muscle pain, or changes in your hearing? You may benefit from an audiology, occupational therapy, physical therapy or speech/language services consults.
Being the best you can be is sometimes challenging after an illness, surgery, injury, or for those with a chronic condition. The rehabilitation specialists at Northside are committed to offering comprehensive programs and innovative services to allow for the best possible outcomes no matter what stage of life or recovery you are in. We provide exceptional care in a wide variety of areas to best serve your needs: Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Oncology, Pre and Post-Surgical Care, Women’s and Men’s Services, Wound Care, Pain & Spine, General Medicine, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Pulmonary, Stroke, Thoracic, Amputation Care, Cardiology & Cardiovascular, Hearing Impairment, and Newborn Nurseries.
Our experienced team of licensed physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists and audiologists delivers clinically driven results in a caring and friendly environment. In addition, we have highly skilled professionals who specialize in specific areas such as orthopedics and sports medicine, oncology rehab, lymphedema management, dysphagia for head and neck cancers, women’s and men’s pelvic health, wound care, voice, vestibular, audiology testing, modified barium swallow studies, and aquatics. During the first session and throughout the treatment the therapist and patient collaborates to develop a customized treatment plan to address each person’s unique needs and goals, while providing ongoing education and encouragement throughout the treatment. Each therapist also works closely with your physician providing ongoing communication about your progress. Physical, psychological, and cognitive concerns are assessed during your treatment in an effort to focus on the whole patient. Lastly, families and caregivers play an important role in your progress and are encouraged to be active and involved.
Getting you back to an active lifestyle doing the things you love to do is the aim of the Rehabilitation Services Team. We want you to be the best you can be for what matters most to you.
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