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We bring the healing to you. When you or someone you care about is in need of rehabilitation, our therapists will provide customized adult or pediatric programs right in your home. Our team is trained to help patients with a variety of neurological, orthopedic, post-surgical and developmental diagnoses. As your needs evolve, so do our therapy services, helping patients reach their full potential.

Maxim’s therapy services include, but are not limited to, the following:

Physical Therapy (PT)
Physical Therapy is a rehabilitative service for the preservation, enhancement, or restoration of movement and physical function that has been threatened or impaired by disease, injury or disability. Physical therapy utilizes physical activity, exercise, physical modalities (massage, electrotherapy) assistive devices, and patient education and training to enable optimal performance and enhance health, well-being and quality of life.

Our physical therapists can evaluate, diagnose and customize a plan of treatments to help patients of all ages increase their mobility, strength, balance and coordination. Our therapists’ collaboration with multiple resources will maximize the patients’ capacity to do what is important to them in their daily activities.

Occupational Therapy (OT)
Occupational Therapy is a rehabilitative service for people of all ages and diagnoses that helps them promote health and prevent injury, illness or disability with a focus on the tasks of daily living. Occupational therapy targets these daily skills with modification or adaptation of the activity, sensory processing and integration, strength, balance, coordination and visual perceptual enhancements.

Speech-Language Therapy (ST)
Speech-Language Therapy is a rehabilitative service that involves the treatment of physical and/or cognitive disorders that cause difficulty with communication and/or swallowing. Speech-language pathologists help patients across the lifespan to develop their language and speech skills and increase their ability to communicate. This may also include comprehension skills, social pragmatic skills, and the use of alternative communication devices. The pathologists also educate patients and family members to promote safe and appropriate swallowing techniques and diets.

Speech therapists evaluate and treat patients with a customized plan of interventions to develop and optimize an individual’s ability to communicate and/or safely maintain their nutritional intake in the comfort of their home. Regardless of the activity or need, our highly skilled staff ensures that every person has an empowering experience.
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