| SPEECH THERAPY
| OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
United Health Care Staffing in a managed care and staffing solution provider in California. We staff in hospitals, nursing homes, outpatient clinics, schools, assisted living facilities, home health and other variety of settings to provide patients and residents with physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and respiratory therapy services in California. We have been in the business for over 15 years diligently helping to enhance patient care.
Our Physical therapists in California an in Other Countries help patients to regain their strength and balance, prevent falls, increase range of motion, and decrease pain. Through therapeutic exercise programs, patients can increase their strength, muscle function, coordination, endurance, and mobility. This is especially important after a fall, injury, or surgery.
Our Occupational therapists in California an in Other Countries help patients to safely and independently perform activities of daily living, including cooking, bathing and dressing. Using a wide range of interventions, our therapists adapt tasks and modify the environment to enhance each patient’s ability to function in their physical and social environment. They provide sensori-motor treatments for strength, endurance, range of motion, coordination and balance, as well as therapeutic activities for memory, orientation, cognitive integration and daily life skills.
Our Speech Therapy in California an in Other Countries language pathologists design treatment plans to address communication problems, memory loss and swallowing dysfunction. These treatment plans can focus on comprehension skills for written and verbal communication as well as cognitive status, which may include memory, orientation and reasoning skills. For patients with swallowing disorders, speech language pathologists also work to address oral muscle strength and function for speaking and for safe eating and drinking.
Our Respiratory Therapists in California an in Other Countries care for patients with breathing and cardiopulmonary disorders. Their treatment plans are designed to return each patient to his or her optimal pulmonary function while promoting an understanding of the disease process. This may include a pulmonary medication regimen and education, airway clearance modalities, ventilator, tracheostomy and oxygen weaning protocols, lung expansion and coughing techniques, and pulmonary muscle training.