St. Mary's Hospital provides a comprehensive range of rehabilitation services to adults and children, all customized to meet an individual's specific needs. Our primary goal is to assist our patients in achieving the highest level of function, through skilled one-on-one therapy utilizing the latest in rehabilitation technologies. Our team consists of talented colleagues who have a strong reputation for clinical quality, effective outcomes and positive customer service. We provide care in a variety of settings including inpatient and outpatient, in the patient’s home, at work, and at school. Our rehabilitation services department consists of:
Our team of physical therapists will assist to improve a patient’s quality of life, helping in the recovery from problems resulting from injury or disease. We specialize in:• Gaining overall strength, relieving pain, and helping regain the functionality of the injured area • Techniques in specific areas of daily living, such as bed mobility, standing and walking, and transferring • Maintaining well-being and keeping safe from injury • Education and training on proper body mechanics and general fitness
Our team of occupational therapists can assist all ages and diagnoses in regaining their independence at home and at work. We specialize in:• Assistance in regaining strength, motion, and coordination in shoulders, elbows, wrists and hands to help improve arm functions. • Techniques and adaptive equipment to help gain independence in self care, such as bathing and dressing. • Home management, such as cooking, cleaning and doing laundry. • In-home safety evaluations. • Recommendations for equipment that will aid in patients independence and security. • Helping children gain self care skills, increase arm use and coordination, improve handwriting as well as sensory integration treatment.
The certified speech and language pathologist is able to evaluate and treat concerns related to speech, language and oral skills. We specialize in the treatment of:• Infants with oral motor/feeding difficulty • Children who have difficulty in language development or who are difficult to understand tuttering, both pediatrics and adults • Voice disturbances, such as vocal nodules, vocal cord paralysis, or spastic dysphonia • Laryngectomee’s and head/neck cancer patients • CVA • Traumatic Brain Injury • Neurological Disorders such as Parkinson’s, GBS, ALS • Swallowing difficulties. We provide both clinical and radiographic evaluations
In coordination with St. Mary's Occupational Health and Wellness program, our department provides educational and screening services designed to reduce work related injury and create a safe work environment. These programs include; body mechanics and back safety, upper extremity injury prevention, hearing education, ergonomics evaluation, post employment screenings, sound surveys, and audiometric screening and monitoring.
ST. MARY’S HOME HEALTH 111 SPRING ST. STREATOR, IL Physical Therapy: Monday - Friday Phone: 815.673.4516 Fax: 815.673.4542 Occupational Therapy: Monday- Friday Phone: 815.673.4516 Fax: 815.673.4542 Speech: Monday - Friday Phone: 815.673.4516 Fax 815.673.4542
THERAPY SERVICES NORTH 501 OAKLEY AVE. STREATOR, IL
Physical Therapy: Monday - Friday Phone: 815.673.2061 Fax: 815.673.2136 Occupational Therapy: Monday - Friday Phone: 815.673.2061 Fax: 815.673.2136 THERAPY SERVICES ST. MARY’S HEALTH CARE - OTTAWA 1640 FIRST AVE. (RT 23.) OTTAWA, IL Physical Therapy: Monday – Tuesday – Thursday - Friday Phone: 815.431.9208 Fax: 815.673.5308
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