Aquatic Therapy Aquatic therapy is the fastest growing area of physical and occupational therapy and rehabilitation. An aquatic therapy program through PMC offers our patients a chance to have early effective outcomes through active . . .
Ergonomics PMC therapists work with their patients and PMC employees in evaluating job-related or hobby-related ergonomic hazards. PMC therapists evaluate and redesign workstations to promote optimal posture and body position.
Lymphedema Lymphedema is a swelling of a body part, most often an extremity, caused by an abnormal accumulation of lymph (interstitial) fluid. Lymphedema may be caused by an anomaly present at birth, but is more commonly due to . . .
Neurological Services Clients who have experienced neurological damage, such as stroke or head injury, or have a chronic neurological disease (multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's disease), may benefit from a complete assessment of . . .
Orthopedics/Sports Medicine Providence Medical Center therapists perform orthopedic evaluations on patients with acute athletic and work-related injuries, joint conditions and muscular dysfunctions. Providence therapists have . . .
Prosthetic Training Our therapists, in conjunction with a Prosthetist or Orthotist, train patients in the use of prosthetic or orthotic devices.
Splinting and Braces PMC therapists are trained in the measurement for and fabrication of appropriate prescribed devices for patients.
Vestibular/Dizziness Disorders New technology has aided our therapists in enhancing our ability to assess and treat balance and vestibular disorders. Treatment begins with an extensive evaluation by a licensed physical therapist . . .
Wheelchair Positioning Wheelchairs are evaluated and properly fitted to each individual, taking into consideration environment, ability, comfort and safety. Wheelchairs may be adapted or modified with equipment to maximize proper . . .
Women's Health PMC Therapy Department offers specialized treatment for a variety of medical conditions affecting women throughout their lives. Following the initial evaluation by a physical therapist, an individual treatment plan is . . .