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1. Stroke Rehabilitation
2. Speech Disorders
3. Developmental Delay
4. Pediatric Care
5. Balance Disorders
1. Back and Neck Injuries/Surgeries
2. Back Safety Education
3. Shoulder Injuries/Surgeries
4. Knee Injuries/Surgeries
5. Foot & Ankle Injuries/Surgeries
7. Sports Injuries
8. Knee injury prevention program
DeSoto Memorial Hospital’s Rehabilitation Medicine clinical team is comprised of licensed physical therapists, registered/licensed occupational therapists, physical therapist assistants, and speech/language pathologists. The Rehabilitation/Physical Therapy department specializes in Orthopedic, Pediatric and Neurologic Disorders.
To reach DeSoto Memorial Rehabilitative/Physical Therapy:
1006 N. Mills Avenue
Arcadia, FL 34266
We devise individualized treatment plans to help achieve each patient's specific goals. Our commitment to customer satisfaction is demonstrated by our high-quality clinical care, positive interaction with patients, complete, timely communication to physicians and case managers, patient education programs, and prompt appointment availability.
The demographics of today’s society continue to underscore the strong need for rehabilitation services. DeSoto Memorial Hospital’s Rehabilitation Medicine clinical team will continue its leadership role as a locally driven provider that is focused on making a positive difference through excellence in clinical care and customer services.
Our goal is to respond with both confidence and integrity to the needs of our patients, employers, employees and insurance providers – by offering consistent quality care, personalized attention, and open communication.
We are prepared to efficiently and effectively meet the needs of our community. We accept Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances.
Acute Rehab begins as soon as possible after an injury. Treatment often utilizes standard modalities and procedures with a focus on pain reduction and the restoration of range of motion. It is designed to provide the appropriate therapeutic intervention, which will stimulate recovery of the injury and promote healing.
Functionally based programs focus rehabilitation or the restoration of function and the reintegration of the injured person back to pre-injury level of function. Conditioning, proper body mechanics and safety training, medical monitoring, pain management, self-management techniques and hands-on therapy, as appropriate, are all used to restore the injured patient’s neuromuscular, cardiovascular and behavioral capabilities.
1. Developmental Screening
2. Treatment of children with cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, developmental delays, genetic syndromes, fetal, and alcohol syndrome.
3. Establish home and school based programs with parent/family education
4. Sensory integration/autism spectrum disorders
Occupational Therapy Services
1. Stroke Rehabilitation
2. Functional Activities Training
3. Home management skills following injury, cooking, dressing and independent living skills.
4. Work reintegration, adaptive equipment, materials or skill training.
Hand Therapy Services
1. Carpal Tunnel Screening
2. Hand Injuries/Surgeries
4. Post stroke management of the hand
5. Adaptive equipment training