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Our experienced Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists empower patient recovery with professional care.
Our Mission: To compassionately deliver positive therapy results every time for every patient
Physical Therapy (PT) is focused on treating the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems in order to improve problems such as: weakness, pain, difficulty walking, impaired balance, and poor activity tolerance. Our excellent staff strives to empower patients to safely gain strength, mobility and agility. We find ways for our clients to thrive!
Occupational Therapy (OT) focuses on helping patients engage in activities that are meaningful, pleasurable and important in everyday life. Our expert therapists enable patients to function better at school, work or home with the greatest ease and independence possible. OT’s often solve problems for patients and improve hand or arm impairments to improve self-care abilities such as dressing, grooming, bathing and toileting. Additionally OT’s are experienced in treating cognitive problem solving and sensory processing abilities. They even help simplify work and teach energy conservation. In short, OT helps with what matters to you!
Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP) have a funny name but what they accomplish with our patients is no laughing matter! Often called Speech Therapists, these important and dedicated clinicians help our patients communicate, drink, eat, swallow, read and think. Individual patients may need help with speech production, language comprehension, voice production or coordinating words. Our SLP engages pediatric patients and their caregivers in identifying and solving delayed speech and language development problems. The SLP can even assess and treat memory and comprehension impairments with adaptive and augmentation systems.
"In my experience, high-strength closed MRI like the 1.5 tesla unit at Wayne County Hospital, produces a much better picture, and therefore provides better diagnostic images. This often eliminates the need for additional scans and extra expenses required when patients get their first scan in an Open low-strength MRI. I strongly recommend that patients have their first MRI in a machine that produces the best diagnostic result; and that would be a higher strength unit, such as at Wayne County Hospital. "
Scott Babin, M.D., Medical Director
VIP Imaging, PLLC