Physical Therapy:


Skilled Nursing
  • Physical therapy is needed if a patient has suffered an injury or illness which has affected motor skills or function. The physical therapy program may consist of evaluation, therapeutic exercises, gait training, adaptive equipment recommendations, massage, heat cold or electrical treatments, all geared toward helping the patient attain his/her maximum functional motor potential. Customized exercises may include stretching and strengthening, manual therapy such as soft tissue mobilization, massage, and specialized manual technique

  • Home Safety Evaluation - A licensed physical therapist will assess your home and environment for potential fall risks and other dangers, as well as establish a home exercise program.
  • PT and PTA visits - A physical therapist or physical therapy assistant will work with you in your home on a weekly basis to complete your therapy program. He or she may teach specific exercises, stretches, and techniques, and use specialized equipment to address balance and overall strength.
  • Common health issues that would benefit from physical therapy:
    • Balance or gait problems
    • Stiff joints and sore muscles
    • General weakness
    • Posture imbalance
    • Injury recovery or joint replacement
    • Recent discharge from rehabilitation facility
  • Registered Nurse Assessment - An RN will evaluate your skilled needs and provide a comprehensive Plan of Care in coordination with your physician and insurance, which may include nursing visits, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or speech therapy. 
  • LVN and RN visits - A registered nurse or licensed vocational nurse will provide care and education regarding wounds, nutrition, medications, or new/existing diagnoses. These visits will include assessment of vital signs such as blood pressure and temperature. 
  • Common health issues that would benefit from skilled nursing care:
    • Congestive Heart Failure​
    • COPD
    • Diabetes
    • High blood pressure
    • Medication changes
    • UTI
    • Surgical wounds
    • Recent discharge from hospital 

Our services are specifically beneficial to those patients who meet the Homebound Status requirements according to Medicare. This include those who:​

  • Are unable to leave home without maximum assistance and/or effort, even for doctor visits or other medical treatment

  • Are unable to ambulate (get around)

  • Have an unsteady gait

  • Require an assistive device like a walker to ambulate 

  • Have impaired ability to drive

Qualifying for Home Health
Occupational Therapy:
  • Occupational therapists (OTs) help people improve their ability to perform tasks in their daily living and working environments. They can also help to develop, recover, or maintain daily living and work skills. Occupational therapists help clients not only to improve their basic motor functions and reasoning abilities, but also to compensate for permanent loss of function. Their goal is to help clients have independent, productive, and satisfying lives.
  • OT and OTA visits - Occupational therapists and therapy assistants will instruct clients in performing activities of all types within their home, ranging from using a computer to caring for daily needs such as dressing, cooking, and eating. Physical exercises may be used to increase strength and dexterity, while other activities may be chosen to improve visual acuity and the ability to discern patterns. Therapists also use computer programs to help clients improve decision making, abstract reasoning, problem-solving, and perceptual skills, as well as memory, sequencing, and coordination.
  • Common health issues that would benefit from occupational therapy:
    • Loss of independence in daily activities 
    • Difficulty eating or drinking
    • General weakness
    • Osteoporosis 
    • Injury recovery
Speech Therapy:
  • A speech therapist is a specialist with training in the diagnosis and treatment of various speech, voice, and language disorders. They work with patients who are unable to make speech sounds or who cannot make them clearly.  
  • Speech Therapy Visits - The therapist will work closely with the patient, patient's family, doctors, and other home health staff to develop a customized approach to speech issues. He or she may order a swallow study, create constructive games, or conduct memory exercises with the patient.
  • Common health issues that would benefit from speech therapy:
    • Memory loss or Alzheimer's 
    • Difficulty swallowing
    • Hearing loss
    • Stroke
    • Cerebral palsy 
    • Other mental disability 
Home Health Aide:
  • A home health aide provides personal care while in the patient's home, such as bathing, shampooing, and nail care. With additional time, aides may perform light housekeeping. Home health aides work under the supervision of a registered nurse or physical therapist.


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Seguin, TX 78155



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