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Occupational therapy focuses on helping people to be as independent as possible in their environment. We work closely with physicians and other health care professionals to help develop, improve, sustain, or restore the highest possible level of function for individuals whose lives have been disrupted by a physical injury or illness. We cover inpatient rehab, home health, and outpatient coverage through the hospital.

Occupational Services include (but are not limited to):

  • Low vision screening and adaptation.

  • Splinting/casting.

  • Industrial rehab.

  • Employment-related physical screening.

  • Pre-driving assessments.

  • Hand therapy.

  • Impairment ratings.

  • Wheelchair or assistive technology assessments.

  • Neurorehab.

  • Pelvic Floor Therapy.

  • Lymphedema.

  • Women's Health.

Common diagnoses:
  • Stroke or heart attack.

  • Work-related accidents.

  • Burns.

  • Spinal cord injuries.

  • Amputations.

  • Arthritis.

  • Multiple sclerosis.

  • Parkinson’s.

  • Birth injuries.

  • Learning problems.

  • Development.

  • Hand therapy.

  • Diastasis Recti.

  • Pelvic Floor Pain.

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse.

  • Urinary Incontinence.

 

Office Hours
Monday - Friday 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Contact
308.995.2865

Address
Phelps Medical Plaza
516 West 14th Avenue
Suite 200
Holdrege, NE 68949

Aquatics

Aquatic therapy helps to decrease pain, swelling and impact on joints.  It works to increase range of motion, joint health and lean muscle mass; and provides for earlier introduction of activities such as running and jumping. 

Although anyone can benefit from aquatic therapy, it is extremely helpful for persons with low back pain, total joint recipients, those with arthritic joints, and sprains. 

Please consult your physician to discuss your options for aquatic therapy. 

Lymphedema

Lymphedema is a protein rich swelling of an area of the body, caused by fluid back up. Lymphedema can occur anywhere in the body, often seen in legs, chest, arms and neck. 

Symptoms of lymphedema include feelings of fullness, tightness, or heaviness in the affected area (arm, leg, trunk, face, neck or genitals); an aching or discomfort in the affected area; pitting or indentations in the skin. 

The goal of therapy is to reduce and stabilize or prevent symptoms of lymphedema.  We strive to maximize your independence and self-management. 

Call your Doctor if:

  • You have a new or worsening area of swelling
  • You have redness, pain, or warmth in the affected area
  • Your compression garments no longer fit properly or are painful to wear
  • You have a fever lasting more than 2 days or is greater than 100 degrees