Contract Therapy Services

Physical therapists in rehabilitation roomWhether you are a skilled nursing facility in need of short-term coverage or a home health agency looking for a long-term therapy partner, Blue Mountain Therapy is committed to providing you with the highest quality services at competitive prices. Contact us for more information.

 

Physical Therapy

Licensed physical therapists treat patients with neuromuscular and/or musculoskeletal disabilities, and emphasize quality of life through prevention of disability. Instruction in the use of assistive devices and development of exercise programs helps achieve the maximum level of functional independence.

Occupational Therapy

Registered occupational therapists evaluate and treat physical and psychosocial dysfunctions, emphasizing quality of life through prevention of disability. By recovering physically, patients minimize and prevent deformity, muscle atrophy, response to pain and impairment in social relationships. Assistive devices and task modifications are also utilized to compensate for the disability.

Speech/Language Pathology

Experienced speech/language pathologists treat patients who demonstrate disorders of human communication, changes in speech patterns and swallowing. Treatment methods include proper production of speech sounds, proper control of vocal and respiratory system for voice production, and learning language and speech skills through word recall and comprehension. Often, patients have experienced a CVA, tracheostomy, laryngectomy or neuromuscular disease.

 

Early Intervention

Child on ShouldersEarly intervention focuses on increasing a child’s participation in family and community activities that are important to the family. We also focus on helping parents and other caregivers know how to find ways to help the child learn during everyday activities. Contact us if you would like more information on Early Intervention services and the programs we support.

Medical Social Work

Masters-prepared social workers provide counseling and access to community resources when social or emotional concerns impede the effective implementation of the care plan. They also address issues involving adjustment to the current situation, interpersonal problems, housing, finances and caregiver concerns.