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The occupational therapy department provides a full range of assessment treatment and consultative services for pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric clients with injury, disease or disability. Staff members work in collaboration with administration, medical staff, allied health professionals and all other staff plus the patient and family to meet the needs of those served.
Occupational Therapy Services provided include, but may not be limited to, screening/evaluating activities of daily living, cognitive and perceptual deficits, work site analysis and orthopedic/neurological impairments. The purpose is to prevent or minimize residual physical and cognitive disabilities; to aid the patient in achieving his maximum potential within his capabilities; and to reduce the length of the functional recovery.
Personnel include occupational therapists (B.S. or M.S. from an accredited school and registered with the National Occupational Therapy Certification Board), and certified occupational therapy assistants (Associate Degree from an accredited program and Certification from the National Occupational Therapy Certification Board).
Physical Therapy is a patient care service provided in response to a wide range of rehabilitation care needs of inpatients and outpatients of all ages, regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, gender or disability, five days a week for outpatients, seven days a week for inpatients and seven days a week for wound care patients. Inpatient Physical Therapy will be provided at bedside. Outpatient therapy will be provided at an outpatient clinic.
Outpatient physical medicine services will be available Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The purpose of physical therapy is to treat injury and disability by evaluation, examination and use of rehabilitative procedures, manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, exercises and physical agents including, but not limited to; mechanical devices, heat, cold, air, light, water, electricity, and sound. Physical Therapy helps to prevent or minimize residual physical and mental disabilities, and reduce the rate of functional recovery.
Personnel include physical therapists (B.S. or M.S. or doctorate from an accredited school and licensed in the State of Colorado). Physical therapy assistants (Associate Degree and licensure in the State of Colorado).
We are pleased to offer therapeutic massage as part of our outpatient physical therapy services. Research shows that massage can; relieve muscle tension and stress, provide greater flexibility, improve circulation, reduce anxiety, enhance healing and promote a relaxed state of mental alertness and well-being.
Speech-Language Pathologists provide evaluation and treatment of
speech, cognitive, voice, language, and swallowing disorders arising
from various conditions and causes including strokes and traumatic brain
injuries. These specialized therapists work with patients of all ages,
from infants to seniors, rehabilitating their communication and
swallowing abilities to normal or functional levels.
Here at Littleton, therapists work closely with doctors and
interdisciplinary team members providing advice and consultation
regarding management, intervention, and the treatment of swallowing and
communications dysfunctions. The Speech department provides a wide range
of services for inpatients and outpatients including education and
support for family members. Speech services begin with initial screening
for communication and swallowing disorders and continue with treatment
interventions. Speech-Language Pathologists are required to complete a
post graduate master's level speech program, a clinical fellowship year,
and 10 CEUs yearly for certification.
Please call to schedule an appointment: 303-730-5883.
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