Recovering from an illness or injury can be a long and frustrating process. At Mitchell County Regional Health Center, we work closely with your and your family to set and meet rehabilitative goals through evaluation, treatment, education and follow-up care. Our rehabilitation experts work hand-in-hand to provide you with the best care close to home.
Our Speech Language Pathology Department provides a wide range of diagnostic, consultative, treatment and education services to children and adult populations with communication and swallowing impairments.
Pediatric Speech Therapy works with children with difficulties due to:
Adult Speech Therapy works with adults with difficulties due to:
Pediatric Speech Therapy Treatment Programs:
Adult Speech Therapy Treatment Programs:
Want to learn more?
Our therapists would love to connect with you and answer any questions you may have about conditions that may benefit from Speech Therapy services and how to obtain services. You can reach out directly to the contact information below, or you can set up an appointment with your local provider who will help with recommendations.
Kelly Steimel, M.A. CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Jessica L. Hemann, MA/CCC-SLP
Our occupational therapy experts evaluate and treat those with impairments that limit their activities of daily living. We will work with you to increase your independence by developing or relearning skills relate to your daily routines. You and your family are active participants in the treatment process and are included in establishing goals for your therapy.
Services we offer:
The physical therapy department provides service to a wide range of patients, from young children to older adults. Patient services include an evaluation, development of a treatment plan with goals set, patient education, and ongoing assessment to maximize outcomes. Our rehabilitation experts work hand in hand to provide you with the best care close to home.
What are the benefits of Therapy?
Cardiac Rehabilitation is an exercise and education program for persons who have experienced a cardiac event. The program is designed to help people with cardiovascular disease feel confident that they can safely exercise and gradually return to their previous or and improved lifestyle. Our cardiac rehab staff will develop a rehab program aimed at improving your overall health and reducing your risk of future heart problems.
Who is eligible for cardiac rehab?
Men and Women of all ages can benefit from cardiac rehab. You are eligible if you have had:
What benefits will I receive form cardiac rehabilitation?
What happens during my cardiac rehab sessions?
During phase II cardiac rehab a cardiac monitor will be in place during your sessions so that the cardiac rehab nurse can carefully watch your heart rate and any changes in your heart tracing while you are exercising. They will also check your blood pressure frequently during the session to make sure your blood pressure responds appropriately to exercise. The exercise time and intensity begins at a low level and is slowly increased throughout the program as your body becomes more conditioned.
Another important aspect of the phase II program is risk factor reduction through education about risk factors and lifestyle modification. Education sessions are held while you are exercising or after exercise during your cool down period. You are given the option to visit with a dietician during your time in cardiac rehab to better understand a heart healthy diet.
Cardiac Rehab nurses stay in close contact with your physician throughout your phase II program and relay any concerns or problems to them promptly.
During phase III, you are supervised but not monitored on the cardiac monitor. You will have access to the same equipment you used in the phase II program. You are responsible for monitoring your heart rate and recording your exercise each day you attend. The nurse is available to check your blood pressure or initiate further monitoring if problems occur. You should report any problems to the cardiac rehab nurse.