At-Home Physical Therapy

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Regain Strength and Mobility at Home

Sometimes people need a little extra support after an acute injury or surgery, when they’re learning to live with a chronic condition like stroke, arthritis, or Parkinson’s disease, or when they begin to see the usual effects of aging. That’s where we come in. Our physical therapists are ready to work with you or your loved one to help control pain, rebuild strength and move around with confidence. The best part? We’ll come to you. At Traditions Health, our in-home speech therapists provide individualized care plans tailored to each patient’s unique situation which create the best outcomes and improved quality of life.

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Designed with Your Unique Needs in Mind

No two cases are alike. And that means no two treatment plans should be either. That’s why our in-home physical therapists work closely with your family to understand your needs, lifestyle, and goals. By tailoring your physical therapy plan to meet you where you are, we can help you get back to the life — and stay in the home — you love.
Physical therapy plans often include preventive care measures to help reduce fall risks and mitigate age-related medical conditions, as well as:

  • Balance exercises to improve stability
  • Endurance training to help keep the heart and lungs healthy
  • Exercises to increase strength and flexibility
  • Stretches to promote joint alignment, mobility and range of motion


Benefits of Physical Therapy for Home Health Patients

Aside from the comfort, familiarity and convenience receiving care at home brings, physical therapy patients experience a variety of benefits, including:

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We consider your family a part of your care team. And that means you’ll have support even when we aren’t with you.

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The faster you regain your strength and mobility, the sooner you can get back to the activities you love.

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You deserve a therapist’s full and undivided attention. Getting physical therapy at home ensures you’ll have just that.

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We’ll design a care plan that fits easily into your days, and helps you meet your specific safety, health and recovery goals.

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We’ll teach you ways to protect yourself or your loved one from further or repeated injury — and potential dangers around the home.

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There’s no better place to evaluate a person’s mobility than in their own home. We’ll make sure you can move around safely.

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Our In-Home Physical Therapy Team

In addition to your one-on-one therapy sessions, it’s crucial our therapists work collaboratively with all of a patient’s physicians, across the spectrum of care, to ensure they’re getting the seamless and comprehensive care they deserve.


Frequently Asked Questions

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What’s the difference between physical therapy and occupational therapy?

Occupational therapy and physical therapy have many similarities, but very distinct differences. They both involve providing therapeutic interventions to help patients improve their condition and gain independence in their daily activities.
Occupational therapists focus on helping their clients develop the skills required for engaging in purposeful activities throughout daily life. Physical therapists, on the other hand, are more focused on improving a patient's functional activity by increasing muscle strength and range of motion, as well as providing exercises for coordination and balance.

How will physical therapy improve a patient’s everyday life?

In-home physical therapy can help people in many ways, including: improving walking and balance, preventing muscle loss, reducing risk of falls and other household accidents, remaining independent longer, and staying active

What should I expect during a physical therapy evaluation?

The physical therapy evaluation is the first step in your physical therapy journey. During this session, your physical therapist asks you about your goals, needs and desires for treatment. Your therapist then completes a movement screening and physical exam to understand your body and what you can currently do. Your physical therapist uses the information that you provide, along with the data they collect about your abilities, to create a customized in-home physical therapy treatment plan that is best for you.

What are some common conditions that a physical therapist can help with?

Physical therapists can help people improve their function with a variety of health conditions, including: Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, brain injury. chronic pain, COPD, heart attack, musculoskeletal condition or injury, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease, and stroke.


Locations Near You.

We understand the importance of having access to health care that meets you where you are. That's why Traditions Health continues to expand across the country to offer access to quality care for those in need. As we expand, we remain committed to the same values on which we were founded – prioritizing patient-focused, compassionate care, while building strong relationships in the communities we serve.

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Our Commitment

If you’re looking for in-home health services, look no further than Traditions Health. Our home health patients can enjoy many benefits, including improved mobility, better cognitive functioning, and a reduced risk of falls. In-home services also provide social interaction and support, allowing you or your loved one to live your best life.