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Therapy Services for the entire family, pediatrics to geriatrics
We are experienced and licensed professionals who are dedicated to providing one on one quality care to get you back to living life to the fullest. Ask your Doctor for a referral today!
Meet our dedicated staff:
April Johnson, MEd, CCC-SLPPhysical Therapy
Janet Mitchell, PT Michael "Shane" Johnson, PTA Ashley Carnley, PTA Bethany Smith, PTAOccupational Therapy
Loren Taylor, OTR/L, CLT, Manager Russell Ball, OTR/L Natalie Jackson, OTR/LFront Office
Renarta Lee, Front Office Team Lead Mary Elizabeth Rolin, Therapy Aide
Occupational Therapy at Atmore Community Hospital for Pediatrics to Geriatrics
Occupational therapy is the only profession that helps people across the lifespan to do the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of daily activities (occupations). Occupational therapy practitioners enable people of all ages to live life to its fullest by helping them promote health, and prevent--or live better with--injury, illness, or disability.
Pediatric Occupational Therapy:
A comprehensive evaluation will be performed and client-centered treatment plans will be developed to help your child reach his or her potential. The therapist will work to prevent, develop, improve, sustain, or restore the child's abilities and skills that allow him or her to perform meaningful daily activities and routines. The therapist will collaborate with families and other medical professionals who work closely with your child to ensure a well-rounded team approach to client care. In addition to helping your child meet his or her fine motor, self-care, and handwriting milestones, the therapist can provide sensory integration therapy, feeding therapy, and visual-motor therapy.
Some common disorders include, but not limited to:
Autism and Related Disorders
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
Visual Processing Disorders
High Risk Infants
Sensory Integrative Dysfunction
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
Traumatic Brain Injury
Perceptual and Visual Disorders
Feeding DisordersOccupational Therapy (OT):
The OT will provide a comprehensive evaluation and client-centered treatment plan for a patient to reach maximal potential. The OT will work to prevent, develop, improve, sustain, or restore the patient's abilities and skills that allow him or her to perform meaningful daily activities and routines. The OT collaborates with families and other medical professionals who work closely with the patient to ensure a well-rounded team approach to client care.
Customized Splint Fabrication
Soft Tissue and Joint Mobilization
Range of Motion Exercises
Arthritis Joint Protection
Industrial Medicine/RehabCommon injuries and conditions treated include:
Ligament Injuries (sprains/strains)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis/Repair
Cumulative Trauma Disorders
Fractures & Crush Injuries
Tendon & Nerve Repair
Sports Injuries Involving the Upper Extremity
Speech Therapy at Atmore Community Hospital for Pediatrics to Geriatrics
Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults. Speech therapy can assist with articulation disorders, communication challenges, swallowing disorders, and language disorders. Speech Therapy will aide in the development of receptive and expressive language, articulation and social skills. The Speech Therapist will work with the patient to promote the ability to understand and express needs and wants. The highest level of individualized speech, swallowing, language and social communication services, including diagnostic and therapeutic are provided here at Atmore Community Hospital. Working closely with patients and families, the Speech Therapist is able to provide a complete range of speech therapy to help patients overcome speech, language, developmental and neurological disorders.
Some common conditions and services that are provided include:
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Articulation and phonological disorders
Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES)
Traumatic Brain Injury
Physical Therapy at Atmore Community Hospital for Pediatrics to Geriatrics
Physical therapists are health care professionals who maintain, restore, and improve movement, activity, and health enabling individuals of all ages to have optimal functioning and quality of life, while ensuring patient safety and applying evidence to provide efficient and effective care. In addition, physical therapists are involved in promoting health, wellness, and fitness through risk factor identification and the implementation of services to reduce risk, slow the progression of or prevent functional decline and disability, and enhance participation in chosen life situations.
Some common injuries include, but are not limited to:
Prehab prior to surgery
Guillan BarrePain management
TorticollisRepetitive use syndromes
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