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Speech, Physical and Occupational Therapy

Speech, Physical and Occupational Therapy

Full-time therapists, assistants and technicians provide consultation and therapy to help patients improve their health.

Illness or injury can cause speech and language problems, limited movement or disruption of daily routines. Physical therapists work with patients to restore function, increase movement and decrease pain. Occupational therapists help patients restore health and increase independence. Speech therapists assist patients with their ability to communicate and comprehend.

The unit uses equipment such as electrotherapy, ultrasound and exercise machines to help patients restore their health. Patients are also advised on nutrition and exercise programs to follow outside of therapy sessions.

Location:
4819-C Riverside Drive
Danville, VA 24541

For more information, please call 434.822.0484.

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