Choice Therapy remains committed to our patients, employees, and our communities during this uncertain time. The Department of Homeland Security has deemed Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists as ESSENTIAL health care workers allowing us to remain open. We will continue to provide service for healthy patients in an environment away from individuals showing signs of this illness. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines regarding sanitation, hygiene, and social distancing. We also realize that some people may prefer to stay home. We are offering home therapy visits and also a new treatment method called telehealth, where we provide instruction over a phone or computer right inside your home. Having therapy to address your pain and function can help keep you OUT of the hospital and the ER, allowing their staff to focus on patients that are seriously ill. Please, call our clinics directly with any questions you may have or call 1-800-395-2810. Updates on COVID-19 can be found at the CDC website.
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Category: Natural Treatment

Occupational & Physical Therapy Can Provide Relief For These 5 Common Shoulder Pain Conditions Dec5th 2020

Occupational & Physical Therapy Can Provide Relief For These 5 Common Shoulder Pain Conditions

Occupational & physical therapy are both safe, effective, and non-invasive treatment option that is designed to relieve pain resulting from a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, sports injuries, workplace injuries, and more. Patients typically see occupational & physical therapists help manage chronic pain symptoms and prevent future injury, and regular appointments with an occupational &

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Speech Therapy Can Help Swallowing Disorders Nov24th 2020

Speech Therapy Can Help Swallowing Disorders in Pediatrics & Adults

Do you or your child have issues eating or swallowing food and drink? This can pose a serious health problem and put you at risk for choking.  However, Choice Therapy provides therapy specifically tailored to a person’s speech, voice, language, feeding, and swallowing needs. Our speech therapists work hard to help our patients develop strong

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My Elderly Parent Just Had a Stroke - What Do I Do Now? Nov5th 2020

My Elderly Parent Just Had a Stroke – What Do I Do Now?

Has your parent recently suffered from a stroke? It is no secret that any neurological disorder can be limiting and debilitating, forcing one to find new ways to manage daily life. While this can be frustrating, physical therapy can help improve function, so your parent can get back to living life on his or her

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