Halifax Health | Brooks Rehabilitation – Outpatient Rehabilitation includes six outpatient clinics located throughout Central Florida. Our clinicians are trained to provide exceptional physical, occupational and speech therapy services. Whether you need a single discipline service or a combination we have the tools to maximize your recovery.
Our highly credentialed clinicians are trained to assist you with a variety of conditions from traumatic injuries to post-surgical recovery. Delivering excellence in rehabilitation is our commitment to you.
Working closely with patients and their families, our primary goal is to help patients enhance their overall quality of life through improved function and independence.
Visit us at any of our six location:
*Each Outpatient location covers different areas of expertise, click specific location for more information.
OUTPATIENT REHABILITATION SERVICES INCLUDE:
Physical therapists provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment to relieve pain and/or restore function. Physical therapists assess joint motion, muscle strength, motion, endurance and activity performance required in daily living, work and recreational activities.
Occupational therapists evaluate and help develop the many skills needed to function in daily life. They assist patients by restoring their ability to participate in everyday living activities such as hygiene, grooming, dressing, eating and bathing, as well as the ability to use your arms and hands.
Speech pathologists help patients improve their communication skills, cognitive functioning and swallowing abilities. They help patients work on their ability to read, write, speak, and understand speech. They will also focus on to the development of a patient’s attention, concentration, memory, planning ability and thought organization. Additional areas may include problem solving, reasoning and judgment skills.
Our concussion program provides a multidisciplinary approach to improving pediatric and adult patient outcomes after a concussion. This program includes physician evaluations, neuropsychological consultations and testing, equipment adaptation for activities of daily living including work and school activities, as well as treatment for common post-concussion symptoms such as dizziness and headaches.
The Halifax Health | Brooks Rehabilitation Concussion Program actively serves the community by collaborating with primary care physicians, pediatricians, sports medicine doctors, schools, coaches, athletic trainers and parents.
Services include physician evaluations, neuropsychological consultations and testing, equipment adaptation for activities of daily living including work and school activities, as well as treatment for common post-concussion symptoms such as dizziness and headaches.
- Our professional team includes:
- PM&R physician
- Sports medicine physician
- Physical therapists
- Occupational therapists
- Speech and language pathologists
- School re-entry coordinator
HALIFAX HEALTH | BROOKS REHABILITATION OUTPATIENT REHABILITATION SPECIALTY AREAS INCLUDE:
- Women’s Health
Commonly treated conditions include:
- Neck injuries/surgery
- Soft tissue injuries
- Spinal cord injury
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Work injuries
- Sports related injuries
- Hip fractures
- Joint replacements
- Brain injury
- Aphasia (loss of speech)
- Dysphagia (swallowing problems)
- Cognitive remediation
- Facial weakness/paralysis
- Hand Therapy
- Headache and Facial Pain