If you're recovering from an injury or setback, outpatient therapy can help you heal, build confidence and get back to the activities you enjoy.
Located at the Nelson Wellness Center at Grand Arbor, our outpatient therapy facility includes private treatment rooms, strength/cardio equipment and a warm water pool.
Our experienced, caring therapists specialize in active adult and geriatric populations.
Therapy orders are acted upon within 48 hours of initial contact and scheduling is flexible.
Physical therapy (PT) is all about improving functional movement. Physical therapists are experts in the way the body moves. They use treatment techniques, along with fitness and wellness strategies to help facilitate a healthier, more active lifestyle for patients of all ages. Conditions commonly treated in PT include:
Grand Arbor’s warm water pool (88-89˚) is perfect for aquatic physical therapy.
It’s particularly beneficial for:
Occupational Therapy (OT) brings a broad perspective to the evaluation and treatment of patients, including their physical condition, sensory perceptions, cognitive abilities, emotional state and spiritual dignity. Occupational therapists can customize interventions to improve a person’s ability to perform daily activities, despite physical limitations or barriers. Evaluation and treatment may include:
Speech Therapy (ST) includes the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders related to speaking, swallowing and communication. Speech therapists commonly work with patients who have neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, stroke, traumatic brain injury, and Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. ST treatment may include:
LSVT BIG and LOUD programs help improve communication and/or mobility for people with Parkinson’s and other neurological conditions. Knute Nelson is one of the few organizations that has certified clinicians for both the physical therapy (LSVT® BIG) and speech therapy (LSVT® LOUD) programs.
VitalStim Therapy is designed to help swallowing through the use of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES). Electrical stimulation is used to aid muscle strengthening to rehabilitate the swallow.