Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy in home care is a specialized form of healthcare to individuals who require rehabilitation and treatment but prefer or need to receive services in the comfort and convenience of their own homes. This form of therapy is especially beneficial for individuals with mobility issues, those recovering from surgery, seniors, or people with chronic conditions that limit their ability to travel to a clinic or hospital.

  1. Assessment: The process begins with a comprehensive assessment conducted by a licensed physical therapist. The therapist evaluates the patient’s medical history, current physical condition, mobility limitations, and functional abilities to create an individualized treatment plan.
  2. Goal Setting: The therapist and the patient set realistic and measurable goals that align with the patient’s needs and expectations. These goals may include improving strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, and overall mobility.
  3. Personalized Treatment Plan: Based on the assessment, the physical therapist develops a personalized treatment plan tailored to the patient’s specific needs and goals. The plan may include various exercises, therapeutic activities, and techniques to address the patient’s condition and promote recovery.
  4. Exercises and Techniques: Physical therapists in home care teach and guide patients through exercises and therapeutic techniques designed to enhance their physical function and reduce pain or discomfort. These exercises may include stretching, strengthening, balance and gait training, and range of motion exercises.
  5. Mobility Training: For patients with limited mobility, physical therapists help them improve their ability to move around the house safely and independently. They may provide assistive devices such as walkers, canes, or crutches, and teach proper techniques for using them.
  6. Pain Management: Physical therapists may employ various modalities to manage pain and reduce inflammation, such as heat or cold therapy, ultrasound, or electrical stimulation.
  7. Education and Home Safety: Education is a crucial aspect of physical therapy in home care. Therapists provide guidance on injury prevention, proper body mechanics, and strategies to maintain safety within the home environment.
  8. Progress Tracking: Physical therapists regularly monitor the patient’s progress throughout the treatment. They may adjust the treatment plan as needed based on improvements or setbacks.
  9. Collaboration with Healthcare Team: Physical therapists in home care work closely with the patient’s primary healthcare provider and other members of the healthcare team to ensure comprehensive and coordinated care.
  10. Empowerment and Independence: The ultimate goal of physical therapy in home care is to empower the patient, helping them regain independence and confidence in their ability to perform daily activities.
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Client Feedback

“I cannot say enough good things about the quality of care our nurse Cloutia provided for my mother and how sad we are to see her go once the care had ended” 

Amanda P

Daughter of a  Patient

“Your Care Coordinator gave me great advice on how to talk to Mom, what to say, and how to say it in a supportive way so Mom feels like she is in charge of her decisions. It made all the difference!”

John C

Son of a patient

“We have used Home Care Wellness twice in the last year. We have been extremely pleased with the excellent quality of care. My husband is especially happy with Sameera, his Nurse. She treats him like family, always going above and beyond of what is required. She has become part of our family!”

Alexus D

Spouse of a patient

Mr. R. had a visit with the doctor today and was going on about how fabulous his physical therapist is. He indicated he has never seen anyone work so hard and be committed to helping him progress as far as he has come. Patient absolutely loves the progress he has been able to achieve from Home Care Wellness.”

Javeria K.

Physician office visit feedback

“I was very happy with the care that the staff from Home Care Wellness was providing. Awesome care! Love them all!”

Mr. John Z


“I love my Nurse so much. She is excellent, helpful, polite, intelligent, pleasant, and like part of the family.”

Mrs. Onita T


“Satya, my P.T., is by far the best physical therapist I have ever had. I have never accomplished so much with any other therapist and I have worked with a lot of different therapists over the years.”

Mr. Abdul R