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Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth provides comprehensive physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy (also known as speech-language pathology) at their Fort Worth campus.
All rehabilitation services are customized to fit each individual's unique situation and needs. Many of our therapists have specialized training and advanced degrees in the treatment of specific conditions and disorders.
The Baylor Fort Worth sports medicine program is not only for athletes, but also for "weekend warriors." The program differs from traditional therapy and can safely accelerate the healing process. Standard diagnosis, treatments and rehabilitation is the traditional therapy.
The Baylor Fort Worth sports medicine team takes the traditional therapy a little further. The sports medicine team evaluates body mechanics to prevent re-injury and designs conditioning programs for pre-season or off-season training. The team also works with individuals to help boost their performance, endurance, strength, flexibility, balance and more.
A wide range of post-rehabilitation services are offered at the Carter Rehabilitation and Fitness Center. Our self-pay programs include aquatic exercise, personal training, balance training, massage therapy, comprehensive wellness physicals, voice enhancement and nutritional counseling.
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Rehabilitation is a combination of physical, occupational, and speech therapy, psychological counseling, nursing, and social work directed toward helping patients maintain or recover physical capacities.
Health care professionals recommend exercising for at least 30 minutes of physical activity at least five days a week. Staying physically fit can ward off a host of diseases and conditions and help you feel your best. Let the fitness experts at the Carter Rehabilitation and Fitness Center help you get in peak physical condition - and stay there.
Lymphedema is swelling of a body part (arm, face, neck, trunk, genitalia, legs) resulting from abnormal accumulation of lymph fluid. Lymphedema can develop when a lymphatic network is deficient, damaged or missing.
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