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Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapies

Hours of Operation:  Mon. - Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

254-729-3281 ext. 2300

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Limestone Medical Center offers a full range of  outpatient and inpatient services to meet a variety of therapeutic needs for our patients. With therapists licensed in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy, our goal is to work with patients and their physicians to target specific needs and achieve their personal goals by tailoring a program for each individual.

Allec Poe, Director

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Limestone Medical Center Animal Assisted Therapy Program.
"Happiness Provided Four Paws at a Time"
We are a animal-assisted therapy group providing visitation and therapy to patients at Limestone Medical Center. We currently have eleven active dogs.


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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is a program that offers a wide range of services that can benefit people with:

 

  • Injuries, illness or other causes of decreased physical function
  • Limitations following a stroke, heart attack, arthritis, amputations, spinal cord injuries, or other serious chronic conditions
  • Strained or torn muscles/joints/ligaments/tendons caused by overuse or other injuries from falls, sports injuries, or accidents

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The need for pain relief of other areas such as:

  • Decreased energy or range of motion.
  • Transfer techniques to reduce effort and prevent future problems.
  • Increase physical strength and endurance to maintain self-sufficiency.
  • Difficulty with walking or the need for increased distance.
  • Techniques to promote healing/wound care.
  • Balance and control.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is a program that offers a wide range of services that can benefit people with: 

  • Work related injuries or repetitive stress injuries
  • Limitations following a stroke, heart attack, arthritis, amputations, spinal cord injuries, or other serious chronic conditions
  • Broken bones or other injuries from falls, sport injuries, or accidents
  • Older adults needing to adapt to changes brought about by aging, such as decreased energy and vision.


Examples of what you would learn:

  • Safely perform routine activities such as dressing and home management
  • Increase physical strength and endurance to maintain self-sufficiency
  • Identify community resources such as senior centers, transit, meals on wheels
  • Adapt the home for safety and efficiency with mobility
  • Ways to identify and reinforce the older adult’s abilities for independent living
  • Transfer and positioning techniques to reduce effort and prevent future problems
  • Identify adaptive devices and aids that are available to increase independence

 

Speech Therapy

Speech/Language Therapy is the assessment and treatment of children and adults with a variety of diagnoses which include:

  • Stroke

  • Memory or Cognition Deficits
  • Swallowing Disorders
  • Bell’s Palsy and other Facial/Oral Motor Deficits
  • Developmental Delay for Speech/Language
  • Laryngectomy
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Stuttering
  • Post-tracheostomy/ventilator Dependency
  • Voice Disorders


Treatment techniques may include:

  • Memory and Cognition Exercises
  • Augmentative/Alternative Communication Device Training
  • Voice Prosthesis Evaluation
  • Fitting and Modification and Training
  • Facial Muscle Exercises
  • Modified Barium Swallow Studies with Interpretation and Modification of Diet as Appropriate to Results.