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Sheridan Memorial Physical Therapy


2 Physical Therapists
Physical Therapist Assistant


In-patient Hospital Care
In-patient Nursing Home Care
Out-patient Clinic
Local School Visits
Home Health Program Visits

Patient Services Include:

Developmentally Delayed Pediatric
Musculoskeletal Injuries

Physical Therapy uses exercises and physical modalities to alleviate pain, recover strength and functional mobility. The Registered Physical Therapist evaluates and establishes the Patients program with the Physical Therapist Assistant implementing the regiment. The RPT re-assesses progress and possible problem areas at regular intervals. Again, team work at it's best.

Sheridan Memorial Occupational Therapy


Occupational Therapist



Areas Include:

Inpatient Hospital
Long Term Care Recovery
Outpatient Hospital

As a part of the rehabilitation team, the Occupational Therapist's role is to focus on a patient's ability to perform self care tasks (dressing, grooming, handwriting, etc.) and may include the use of special equipment or modification of a task to accommodate a specific limitation. The tasks we retrain vary with the age and disability of the individual but the goal remains constant - to maximize the level of independence.

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