Whether recovering from surgery or short-term illness, returning home after a knee or hip replacement, living with multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease, or living at home with chronic illness or a disability, Northeast Professional Home Care’s expert physical therapy and other rehabilitation therapy services can help.
We work closely with the patient, their caregivers and their personal physician to develop a customized care plan that focuses on patient safety, regaining mobility, communication, and the ability to complete daily living tasks, and maintaining independence.
Our program emphasizes continuity of care and provides a smooth transition from the hospital or rehabilitation facility to home. Each patient will receive a complete assessment to determine appropriate care and therapy needs.
What is the role of a physical therapist?
Physical therapists treat patients who have injuries, illnesses, or health conditions that limit their ability to move. They are trained to help you improve function and mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities.
When might someone need a physical therapist?
You may receive the services of a physical therapist if you have:
When ordered by your doctor, physical therapy is often covered by Medicare, Medicaid, the VA, or your private insurance carrier.
Services of our licensed physical therapists include:
We all want to remain as autonomous and independent as possible during the rehabilitation process. Northeast Professional Home Care’s physical therapists understand this and can help you or your loved one maintain or regain mobility and independence and rehabilitate with the comfort, security, and privacy that comes with being in your own home.
Benefits of in-home physical therapy services:
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