Henderson Hospital offers physical, speech and occupational therapy to both adult and NICU patients who may require therapy for conditions that include, but are not limited to:
- Stroke and other neurological conditions
- Orthopedic conditions, including sports injuries
- Chronic pain
- Pulmonary and cardiac conditions
- Lymphedema (fluid build-up)
- Neuromuscular disease
What We Offer
Our services include:
- Evaluation and treatment of patients with neuromuscular conditions.
- Evaluation and treatment of patients with musculoskeletal conditions.
- Evaluation and treatment of patients with neurological deficits following a stroke.
- Strengthening and instruction in activities of daily living for patients recovering from acute medical problems, trauma and surgical procedures.
- Evaluation, treatment and education of patients with pulmonary problems.
- Evaluation and treatment of patients with chronic pain.
- Education on back care, body mechanics, posture evaluation and correction.
- Assessment and management of lymphedema (fluid retention).
- Post-op therapy for patients who have had joint replacement procedures.
- Neuro-developmental, sensory integration and feeding techniques for neonates.
Members of the therapy team may include:
- Physical therapists who develop programs to help patients regain their strength, endurance, coordination and balance and improve mobility.
- Occupational therapists skilled in rehabilitative techniques that focus on improving their patients' functional independence with activities of daily living (ADLs), such as bathing, dressing and feeding, as well identifying the need and educating patients on use of adaptive equipment after discharge.
- Speech/Language Pathologists who diagnose and treat speech, language, swallowing or cognitive deficits.
Find a Doctor
To obtain a referral to a doctor who practices at Henderson Hospital, contact our free physician referral service at 702-388-4888.
Speech and Language Therapy
Among the disorders treated by Henderson Hospital speech and language pathologists are:
- Aphasia — difficulty speaking or understanding speech
- Apraxia — difficulty forming words due to motor condition
- Dysarthria — unclear articulation
- Dysphagia — difficulty swallowing
- Voice disorders — caused by nodules, polyps or sores
- Laryngectomy — total or partial voice box removal
- Glossectomy — surgical removal of part or all of the tongue
- Cognitive disorders — amnesia, dementia, delirium, etc.