Home Health: Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Home Health Aides and Social Work. OSPTA knows there is no place like being in your own home to recover from an operation, illness, or chronic health problem. We work with you and your doctors to develop a plan of care and teach you about your condition. OSPTA wants to avoid unnecessary hospital visits and work as a team with your physician and other healthcare providers. Our desire is to ensure that you feel safe, independent, and apart of your medical care. OSPTA ensures that you are assigned with the same professional health care providers to a quicker and consistent recovery.
Case managers to observe and evaluate patients needs as well as educate on goals and disease management.
- Wound Care-Certified wound care nurses that can assist with wound vacs, drains and tubes and recently debrided wounds.
- Home IV Antibiotic Therapy
- Catheter and Ostomy Care-Changing of catheters, irrigation and management.
- Care for New Ostomies including ileostomies, and stomas
Physical Therapy is provided by a licensed professional that assesses and treats individuals that have limitations in functional mobility. These professionals work closely with the patient, family members, and PCP to ensure a safe and rapid return to maximal function.
Occupational therapists will help patients recover or maintain the skills they need to do daily activities that are meaningful and necessary. They help overcome the struggles of everyday life, prevent falls, memory rehab, home modifications and help with vision loss and provide assistance to caregivers with education.
This therapy will assist patients with being able to express thoughts and emotions and the ability to understand others. Speech therapists provide help with Aphasia, Dementia, Dysarthria, Apraxia, and Dysphagia. Vital Stimulation can be provided for patients dealing with swallowing difficulties. Speech therapists will provide techniques to alleviate symptoms from their disease processes.
Lymphedema Therapy uses both physical therapy and massage therapy. The therapist will provide the patient with simple exercises to help movement of affected limbs to cope with everyday activities. Massage to help with fluid movement and wrapping to prevent accumulation of fluid.
Designed to treat disorders of the inner ear and/or central nervous system. Common Symptoms include dizziness, vertigo, lightheadedness, postural instability, motion sickness, gait abnormalities, sensation of tilting, and frequent falls.
Home Health Aides
CNA’s support with daily activities, such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and companionship.
Medical Social Workers
Social workers offer assistance with social, financial or medical concerns. They help connect patients and families to resources such as private duty services, meal prep services, elder law services, and VA benefits information.
Mental Health/Psychiatric Nursing
The team is comprised of experienced and credentialed mental health nurses that strive to ensure patients are functioning to their maximum level. These nurses instruct the patients and caregivers on psychotropic medications and their purpose and side effects.