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In Home Rehabilitation

Tuscaloosa In-Home Rehabilitation

Personalized Wellness Therapy from Skilled Therapists

Our skilled medical staff at DCH Health System cares about your well being outside of the four walls of our facilities. That’s why we provide in-home rehabilitation services in Tuscaloosa in the comfort of your own home. Our home healthcare team has the skills and knowledge to help patients improve their strength, mobility, balance, communication and other disorders that affect daily life.

We understand how it can be challenging to recover from an injury or illness or getting back to life as you know it after surgery. Sometimes it even means learning how to complete your day-to-day tasks again, but you won’t be alone. Our physical, occupational and speech therapists are experts in their fields and can help maximize your independence and functional abilities.

We can help you with the following activities:

  • Completing daily activities
  • Fall prevention and learning to safely navigate your home
  • Improving strength and stamina for better mobility
  • Energy conservation
  • Using assistive devices, such as a walker
  • Evaluating cognitive abilities
  • Recommending modifications to home or leisure activities

We offer the following in-home rehabilitation services in Tuscaloosa:

  • Physical therapy: Our licensed physical therapists help patients improve and restore their mobility in the comfort of their own homes. These physical therapists are experts in evaluating a patient’s health to determine their long-term recovery goals. In doing so, the physical therapist always keeps the patient’s physical abilities or limitations in mind. Physical therapists customize treatment plans based on the patient’s needs and their goal is to achieve the highest extent of recovery possible.
  • Speech/language pathology therapy: Patients who have communication, speech, or swallowing difficulties may benefit from speech therapy services. Speech therapist works in tandem with the patient’s physician to create a goal-oriented treatment plan. The primary goal of treatment is to increase the patient’s independence.
  • Occupational therapy: Services may include teaching techniques for energy conservation so patients can regain their independence and mobility sooner. This may include assistance with performing daily tasks like bathing, grooming and dressing on their own.
  • Registered Dietitian: Services include in -home evaluations for patients at risk and providing an individualized plan of care. Interventions may include nutritional support, medical nutrition therapy and therapeutic diet recommendations.