OUR SERVICES

Link Home Therapy is a team.

 

We are Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Speech Therapists, and we all work together to treat your medical and rehabilitation needs.

 

Here’s how we can help.

PHYSICAL

THERAPY

Physical Therapists help people move better. Be it walking down the street, going up stairs, or simply
standing up – PTs provide the tools needed to improve mobility.
Treatment sessions accomplish this by working on personalized goals created during a collaborative
initial evaluation. Improving balance, building strength, and decreasing pain all fall right into our
wheelhouse.

 

OCCUPATIONAL

THERAPY

Occupational Therapists help you do what you want to do independently. Daily function requires
countless smaller components. Getting dressed, showering/bathing, medication management, and
recommending assistive devices are all aspects OTs hone in on.
Your daily routine is important. Relying on others for assistance with activities of daily living decreases
independence and function. By improving upper extremity strength, the ability to perform countless
daily tasks is enhanced.

 

SPEECH

THERAPY

Communicating and eating are two of the most important things we do on a daily basis. Speech
Therapists have a tremendous impact in improving the ability to speak and understand speech.
Swallowing safely/effectively and improving memory are among many additional ways that Speech
Therapists can help one regain their prior level of function.

 

Improve Your Quality of Life At Home.  

We help our clients overcome an ever expanding variety of issues. 

When memory impairment starts affecting ones daily lifestyle, therapy may be the answer. Our speech therapists can help improve memory retention with a variety of skilled techniques and strategies.

Memory

Impairment

Arthritis can result in joint pain due to decreased “fluid” between the bony surfaces. Physical and Occupational Therapy can help with exercises, stretching, and manual techniques that alleviate pain and inflammation at the joint.

Arthritis

Balance impairment is a direct contributor to a risk for falls. Research has proven that specific balance programs and exercises provided by therapists can significantly decrease the risk for falls by improving balance.

Balance

Impairment

Decreased bone density is a risk for bone fractures when there is an impact force. Weight bearing exercises provided by skilled therapists strengthen and improve bone density and decrease the risk for fractures.

Osteoporosis

Knee dysfunction and pain can significantly decrease mobility. Depending on the severity, surgery can sometimes be avoided with a good plan of care. When knee surgery is indicated, therapy can help in achieving a full recovery with a return to prior levels of mobility.

Knee Dysfunction

Hip dysfunction and pain can significantly decrease mobility and present a challenge with simple activities such as walking or going up stairs. Therapy can help target and alleviate many of these issues while teaching new ways to move around comfortably with decreased pain.

Hip Dysfunction

Lifting a gallon of milk, brushing hair, getting dressed – these are a small sample of activities throughout the day that can be affected by shoulder dysfunction. A comprehensive evaluation can target the specific cause and develop a plan to rehabilitate and heal the cause of pain.

Shoulder

Dysfunction

Back pain is one of the most common complaints in the medical world. A detailed evaluation can lead to exercises and cues for postural awareness that help ease the pain by targeting the specific underlying issue.

Back Pain

Life without activity can lead to deconditioning and general weakness. Couch potatoes beware, we mean you! We are also referring to anyone with general difficulty moving around and completing daily activities due to weakness. Research has proven that therapy increase strength and provides vitality that helps people live an active life without impairment.

Weakness

Improve Your Quality of Life At Home.  

We help our clients overcome an ever expanding variety of issues. 

When memory impairment starts affecting ones daily lifestyle, therapy may be the answer. Our speech therapists can help improve memory retention with a variety of skilled techniques and strategies.

Memory

Impairment

Arthritis can result in joint pain due to decreased “fluid” between the bony surfaces. Physical and Occupational Therapy can help with exercises, stretching, and manual techniques that alleviate pain and inflammation at the joint.

Arthritis

Balance impairment is a direct contributor to a risk for falls. Research has proven that specific balance programs and exercises provided by therapists can significantly decrease the risk for falls by improving balance.

Balance

Impairment

Decreased bone density is a risk for bone fractures when there is an impact force. Weight bearing exercises provided by skilled therapists strengthen and improve bone density and decrease the risk for fractures.

Osteoporosis

Knee dysfunction and pain can significantly decrease mobility. Depending on the severity, surgery can sometimes be avoided with a good plan of care. When knee surgery is indicated, therapy can help in achieving a full recovery with a return to prior levels of mobility.

Knee Dysfunction

Hip dysfunction and pain can significantly decrease mobility and present a challenge with simple activities such as walking or going up stairs. Therapy can help target and alleviate many of these issues while teaching new ways to move around comfortably with decreased pain.

Hip Dysfunction

Lifting a gallon of milk, brushing hair, getting dressed – these are a small sample of activities throughout the day that can be affected by shoulder dysfunction. A comprehensive evaluation can target the specific cause and develop a plan to rehabilitate and heal the cause of pain.

Shoulder

Dysfunction

Back pain is one of the most common complaints in the medical world. A detailed evaluation can lead to exercises and cues for postural awareness that help ease the pain by targeting the specific underlying issue.

Back Pain

Life without activity can lead to deconditioning and general weakness. Couch potatoes beware, we mean you! We are also referring to anyone with general difficulty moving around and completing daily activities due to weakness. Research has proven that therapy increase strength and provides vitality that helps people live an active life without impairment.

Weakness

Like fingerprints, no two strokes are the same. Discovering the precise impairments and causes lead to the creation of a detailed treatment plan by our skilled therapists. Through a wide variety of evidence based methods we help patients achieve their goals.

Stroke (CVA)

Challenges that involve swallowing need to be addressed due to the risk of choking. Skilled therapists can assist in setting benchmarks for liquid thickness and learning proper swallowing techniques that strengthen involved muscles.

Swallowing

Difficulty

Communicating effectively is an important part of our lives. Speech therapists can assist with a variety of methods that restore or compensate for difficulties with speech.

Speech

Impairment

Countless research studies have shown that various methods of therapy can help people with Parkinson’s. Shuffling gait and difficulty getting dressed are two examples of symptoms that therapy can help improve.

Parkinson's

Disease