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Granville Medical Rehabilitation

 
Assisting people in making appropriate recoveries on an inpatient/outpatient basis through Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech-Language Therapy
 
Rehabilitation makes a difference!
Granville Health System offers rehabilitation services to fit the specific need of each individual. Rehabilitation therapy assists people in returning to their fullest capabilities after illness or surgery. Learn how Physical, Occupational or Speech Therapy can benefit you. Appointments are available at two locations:
 
Granville Medical Rehabilitation
132 Roxboro Road
Oxford, NC 27565
 
South Granville Medical Center
1614 NC Highway 56
Creedmoor, NC 27522
 
For appointments at either location, or for more information, contact Granville Medical Rehabilitation at 919-690-3277. Some same-day appointments are available.

 

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy uses therapeutic activities to assist individuals in adapting to their social and physical environment. Therapists adapt tasks and modify the environment to enhance each residents’ or patients’ ability to function. Services may include:

 

     • Education and training in daily living skills such as dressing, bathing, eating, grooming and toileting

     • Neurological rehabilitation

     • Activities for memory, orientation and cognitive integration

     • Adaptive techniques or equipment to overcome physical disabilities

     • Strengthening and coordination exercises

     • Exercises to reduce the effects of arthritis or other conditions to maintain normal joint movement

     • Hand therapy

     • Custom splinting

     • Pediatrics (children)
          - Therapy for developmental delays
          - Sensory integration

     • Work conditioning

     • Job site evaluations

 

Physical Therapy

The goal of Physical Therapy is to restore individuals to their highest possible level of function for those experiencing neuromuscular or skeletal dysfunction. Therapists evaluate patients and devise individualized therapeutic treatment programs which may include:

 

     • Exercise programs to help increase muscle function, coordination, endurance and mobility

     • Training programs in bed mobility, gait, posture and positioning

     • Joint and soft tissue mobilization to increase range of motion

     • Wound care, pulsed lavage

     • Adaptive equipment training

     • Modalities: electrical stimulation, anodyne, ultrasound, manual therapy

     • Lymphedema therapy

     • Fall prevention programs: balance training and safety awareness

     • Pain management

     • Biofeedback / pelvic floor dysfunction

     • Work conditioning

     • Prosthetics training

     • Neurological rehabilitation

     • Orthopedic therapy

     • Pediatrics (Children)

          - Developmental delays

          - Sensory integration

 

Speech & Language Therapy

Speech-Language Pathologists address problems people have with communication and swallowing dysfunction. Therapists aid in the recovery of speech, language and swallowing functions, as well as memory. Treatment plans are designed for each individual’s needs, such as:

 

     • Verbal and non-verbal communication, including the use of augmentative systems when necessary.

     • Oral muscle strength and functioning for speaking fluently and swallowing.

     • Neurological rehabilitation.

     • Compensating for word-finding problems.

     • Learning listening strategies.

     • Overcoming swallowing disorders such as dysphagia.

     • Modified barium swallow studies

     • Establishing the best diet for an individual’s conditions.

     • Pediatrics (children)

           - Language

           - Articulation

           - Oral motor skills/developmental speech problems

 

TO SCHEDULE An appointment, CALL 919.690.3277