Physical therapy plays an essential role in a patient’s recovery from an injury or illness. Physical therapists are highly trained and licensed medical professionals that help patients regain mobility and physical capability to perform everyday tasks.
Who can Benefit from In Home Physical Therapy?
Physical therapists work to create a personalized exercise program and goals that each patient can achieve in their own home. Physical therapy care in the home can be the best option for several types of patients such as the elderly and other patients who have difficulty leaving their home to go to an office. Patients with limited access to transportation can benefit greatly from in home physical therapy as well. It eliminates the stress of having to find a ride or rely on a service to make it to your appointments. In home therapy allows patients to rehabilitate safely and comfortably in their homes.
In Home Physical Therapy for Your Recovery
Physical therapy home care services can help several types of patients regain their range of motion and improve their quality of life. A treatment plan can help anyone from infants with pediatric conditions (cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, etc.) to adults with injuries, neurological conditions (concussion, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, etc.), cardiopulmonary conditions (COPD, cystic fibrosis, etc.), women’s health issues, and other debilitating conditions. An accredited in home physical therapy can provide patients with quality care throughout their recovery.
In Home Physical Therapy with AAHC in Livonia, MI
American Advantage Home Care provides certified in home physical therapy services. We provide certified home health care services to patients in Livonia, MI. Our licensed physical therapists provide a quality personalized care plan for all of our patients. If you or a loved one is rehabilitating from a serious health condition and in need of expert physical rehabilitation in home, please contact us online or call us at 844-4MY-AAHC to set up an appointment and ask any questions you may have.