Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists focus on independent ambulation, increased strength, endurance, and joint range of motion. Whether our clients require a walker, wheelchair, prosthesis, or no assistive device, we work closely to facilitate safe and confident mobility in home and community environments. 

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists incorporate a holistic approach to treatment, addressing our clients' physical, cognitive, psychological, and/or environmental limitations. Occupational therapy uses activities which are meaningful to the client while treating underlying problems such as deficits in strength, joint range of motion, coordination, balance, and cognitive function. 

Speech Therapy

Our speech therapists provide individual treatment programs regarding speech, cognitive, linguistic and swallowing disorders. Therapy focuses on improving language expression and reception, comprehension, reading skills, safe swallowing function, and oral motor skills for more accurate articulation.

Lymphedema Treatment

Causes include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, infection, obesity, venous insufficiency, trauma, and joint replacement. Symptoms can include swelling of the limbs, heaviness , limitation of movement, repeated infections, skin thickening or hardening and discomfort. Swelling can range from mild changes your arm or leg to extreme changes that make the limb hard to use. Symptoms may not occur until months or years after cancer treatment.
Every patient’s symptoms and response to treatment varies, so the specific course of treatment needs to be specified to the individual. Treatment at Wellness 101:
    • is non-invasive and highly effective
    • restores ability to complete daily activities
    • controls the symptoms of Lymphedema
Our certified Lymphedema specialists use a program known as Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT), sometimes referred to as Complex Decongestive Therapy and is the recognized standard of care for most patients affected by Lymphedema.

There are two phases of treatment:

PHASE ONE: Intensive
    • Daily treatments (1 or 2 times a day)
    • Duration depends on severity
PHASE TWO: Self-care
    • Garments (daytime)
    • Bandaging (daytime or night)
    • Exercises (daily)
    • Skin & Nail Care
    • MLD as needed (self-massage)
    • Follow up visits