- Sports rehabilitation including athletic training services provided to our local high school and Central Lakes College athletic teams
- Vestibular and balance rehabilitation including management of post-concussion syndrome
- A variety of therapeutic interventions including the use of modalities with an emphasis on manual therapy techniques
- Functional capacity evaluations
- Therapeutic techniques for pelvic pain and incontinence including biofeedback
- Lymphedema management
- Therapeutic intervention for the restoration of function for cancer survivors
- Speech and language therapy including Vital Stim
- Cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation
- Custom upper extremity splinting
- LSVT BIG rehabilitation for Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders
A Speech-Language Pathologist provides diagnosis and treatment for impairments in speech, language, voice and swallowing. Those who can benefit are adults and children who need speech articulation therapy, alternative communication devices, memory and cognitive thinking rehabilitation, autism/pervasive developmental disorder therapy, auditory processing therapy, aphasia therapy, feeding and swallowing therapy, language or voice therapy.
Physical therapists treat a wide range of conditions to help patients regain strength, balance and full motion. They assist patients who need muscular/skeletal pain management, total joint replacement rehabilitation, reconditioning/strengthening, training with assistive devices, stroke, neurological and vestibular rehabilitation, neck and back pain management, casting and fitting of orthotics, pediatric developmental training, and pressure garment fitting.
Occupational Therapists work to maximize the patient's ability to conduct daily activities. Whether challenges are due to a stroke, a job–related injury, hand surgery, age–related disorder, or developmental delays, an Occupational Therapist addresses the physical, cognitive, psychosocial, sensory-perceptual, and other aspects of human performance and develops a treatment plan to meet each individual's needs. CRMC also has a Certified Hand Therapist on staff to assist patients.
Exercise Physiology is the identification of physiological mechanisms underlying physical activity, the comprehensive delivery of treatment services concerned with the analysis, improvement, and maintenance of health and fitness, rehabilitation of heart disease and other chronic diseases and/or disabilities, and the professional guidance and counsel of athletes and others interested in athletics, sports training, and human adaptability to acute and chronic exercise.