Our therapy programs are designed around you – your needs, your recovery. We consider it a privilege to share our knowledge and experience with you while assisting you to reach your recovery goals.
Our outpatient rehabilitation provides one-on-one, quality care to our patients. You and your therapist will develop a plan to help you meet your goals. All of your time in your treatment session will be spent with your therapist, focusing on you and your recovery.
PELVIC FLOOR THERAPY
We offer specialized physical therapy for pelvic floor rehabilitation, abdominal conditions, and chronic pain caused by pelvic floor muscle dysfunctions in men, women and children.
Many adult women experience some form of pelvic floor dysfunction. The primary causes of pelvic floor dysfunction include pregnancy, obesity and menopause. Pregnancy and the changes pregnancy makes to the pelvic floor cause postpartum pelvic floor dysfunction, not the method of delivery, so you may develop postpartum pelvic floor dysfunction whether you deliver by caesarian or vaginally.
Pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation can include treatment for:
- Urinary incontinence
- Bowel incontinence
- Diastasis recti abdominus
- Frequent urination or an urgent need to go to the bathroom
- Pain during intercourse
- Sacroiliac-joint dysfunction
- Pain in the lower back, hip or tailbone
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Pelvic pain or pressure
- Postpartum rehabilitation
- Pregnancy rehabilitation
- Urinary leakage
Speak to your physician about a referral today. Call 337-475-4020 for an appointment or a consultation.
KIDS TEAM PEDIATRIC THERAPY
Our pediatric outpatient care facility provides high quality therapy services for children exhibiting developmental difficulties, concerns, or medical conditions interfering with particular functions or typical development including orthopedic injuries, sports injuries, sensory processing, hearing loss and feeding issues.
Our team includes physical, occupational and speech therapists with over 70 years of pediatric experience, specializing in the evaluation and treatment of children birth to 18 years of age.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) – the therapist begin in the NICU to evaluate the infant’s positioning and feeding needs at the earliest intervention window to enhance future development.
Post NICU Follow-up Clinic – allows the neonatologist and therapists to identify potential developmental delays in at-risk infants. The only clinic of its kind in our area, this comprehensive, multi-disciplinary clinic allows for the identification of developmental issues as well as initiation of interventions.
Wheelchair and Seating Clinic – combines the experience and expertise of a team of rehabilitation technicians and therapists to provide a functional mobility system for patients, regardless of age.