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Mountain Cabin

Available Services

Occupational Therapy
Some people are unsure of what occupational therapy is and what role it has in our medical model. Occupational therapy is a holistic therapy that focuses on the person, the activities one wants/enjoys/needs to do, and the environment in which these activities occur (home/school/daycare/grocery store/community). In other words, we help our clients restore/develop functional skills and find adaptations or modifications to the activities that"occupy" their day whether it be dressing, toileting, playing with peers, cooking a meal, going to the grocery store, returning to work, sleeping, or remembering to take medication, for example. We also work to restore/develop underlying skills needed to participate in our daily lives including restoring/developing motor and visual skills, social-emotional skills, self-regulation, and more!
Our occupational therapists believe that all people deserve high-quality, client-centered, and environmentally-relevant occupational therapy services that support their ability to do valued everyday life activities, which is why we pride ourselves in providing our services in a natural environment such as at home or in preschools, for example.
We advocate for our clients who are experiencing disability and use evidence-based, reflective practices to support our clients with optimizing their health and wellness, quality of life, and ability to participate in the activities they want and need to do in their everyday lives!


OTs help to support people (birth-end of life) with a variety of diagnoses and conditions. Here are a few examples:

  • Developmental delays

  • Gross and fine motor deficits 

  • Coordination disorders including ataxia

  • Visuospatial and vision deficits 

  • Feeding difficulties 

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Sensory-Processing Disorder

  • ADHD

  • ODD

  • Brachial plexus disorders

  • Hemiplegia

  • Paraplegia 

  • Parkinson's

  • Traumatic brain injuries 

  • Spinal cord injuries 

  • Dementia 

  • Multiple Sclerosis 

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Limited mobility 

  • Obesity 

  • Cardiac conditions 

  • Burns

physical Therapy

Our physical therapists are movement experts who help patients improve mobility and reduce pain through hands-on care, patient education, and prescribed exercises. As licensed medical professionals, our physical therapists evaluate each patient and develop customized treatment plans to help them regain strength, balance, and coordination after injury, surgery, or due to chronic conditions like arthritis. Our physical therapists empower patients to take control of their health and wellness through education on proper movement, home exercise programs, and strategies to prevent future injury. They also help our clients overcome barriers to physical activity and will work together with you to help you achieve your goals. 

While therapies like medications or surgery play an important role in healthcare, physical therapy offers a more natural, holistic approach to recovery and prevention. As the population ages and faces more chronic health conditions, the need for physical therapy services will continue to grow. With expertise in restoring movement and function, our physical therapists are well-positioned to help meet this demand and improve quality of life for countless patients. 

Common diagnoses we work with as PTs: 

  • Orthopedic 

    • Low back pain 

    • Tendonopathies 

    • Rotator cuff tear

    • ACL tear 

    • Total joint replacement 

    • Osteoarthritis 

  • Neurologic 

    • Stroke

    • Parkinson’s disease

    • Multiple sclerosis 

    • Traumatic brain injury 

    • Spinal cord injury 

  • Other

    • Fall prevention

    • Pelvic floor dysfunction 

    • Vestibular therapy (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, Meniere’s disease, post-concussion syndrome, migraine-associated vertigo) 

    • cardiac/pulmonary (COPD, asthma, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, coronary artery disease, heart failure, post cardiac surgery, pulmonary hypertension)

    • Diabetes

    • Developmental disabilities 

    • Wound care 

    • orthotics/prosthetics/assistive devices 

    • Cancer rehabilitation

Speech Therapy

Our speech-language pathologists, or speech therapists, provide holistic, whole-family therapy and support for a variety of communication needs.  We provide extensive, innovative speech therapy for kids and adults with a variety of disorders. We work as a multi-disciplinary team, collaborating with patients, families, and physicians throughout the rehabilitation process to facilitate improved functional outcomes and optimal patient care.  We have a passion of working with both children and adults with long-term and congenital disorders as well as neurological dysfunction.


Therapy is goal-oriented and client-centered; we work with you to create goals that are relevant and applicable to you and your family’s day-to-day life. 


There are a number of speech therapy techniques that your speech-language pathologist may use to treat your condition and offer you support. Treatment varies significantly for each person, depending on the type of speech disorder they have. Your speech pathologist will develop a detailed plan of care specific to you or your loved one’s needs.


Speech therapy offers a number of benefits, including:

  • Improved self-esteem.

  • Increased independence.

  • Improved ability to comprehend and express ideas, thoughts and feelings.

  • School readiness for young children.

  • Enhanced vocal quality.

  • Early language skills.

  • Better swallowing function.

  • Improved quality of life.


Services for pediatrics & adults

Children: Birth to 12 years

Occupational Therapy

We use a combination of sensorimotor and play-based approaches to help our pediatric clients achieve developmental milestones and optimize their potential. We provide family training to support the carryover of strategies and interventions we use during therapy sessions. We provide skilled, evidenced-based interventions for: 

  • Sensory processing

  • Self-regulation

  • Fine & gross motor skills

  • Visual-perception skills

  • Play skills

  • Social skills

  • Self-care skills

  • Confidence

  • Executive functioning​

Physical Therapy

  • Early intervention (0-3): motor skill development, adaptive equipment needs, family/caregiver education 

  • School based physical therapy (3-12): support participation in classroom and school activities 

  • Injury rehab: sports injuries, fractures, overuse injuries 

  • Acute conditions: torticollis, brachial plexus injuries, burns

Speech Therapy

We provide holistic, whole-family therapy and support for a variety of communication needs. Hearing and speech challenges often impact more than communication abilities—they can affect numerous aspects of your child’s life. That's why our speech therapists provide extensive, innovative speech therapy for kids with a variety of needs. Our treatment programs utilize engaging and motivating activities including play-based therapy as well as family collaboration and training. The clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and therapeutic services to children for speech, language, and hearing problems. These include:

  • Articulation and phonological skills

  • Augmentative and alternative communication

  • Hearing loss difficulties

  • Cognitive or other developmental milestones

  • Fluency disorders

  • Motor speech disorders

  • Pragmatic/Social language skills

  • Receptive and expressive language skills

  • Swallowing difficulties

Adolescents & Young Adults

Occupational Therapy

We focus on development of independent living skills and executive functioning to help this age group with their transition to adulthood. We provide skilled, evidenced-based interventions addressing: 

  • Sensory-processing

  • Self-regulation

  • Safety in the community

  • Community mobility

  • Self-care

  • Increased confidence

  • Self-advocacy

  • Executive functioning skills such as time management, organization, & impulse control

  • Social skills for the workplace, peers, home, school, etc.

Physical Therapy

  • Sports medicine: ACL/knee injuries, ankle sprains, shoulder dislocations, concussions 

  • Scoliosis bracing and post-operative rehab 

  • General orthopedic injuries: fractures, dislocations, tendinopathies 

  • Transition services as adolescents age out of pediatric care

Speech Therapy

For teenagers, communication challenges might include fluency difficulties, language use, language understanding, word retrieval, social interactions, and cognition. A goal of speech therapy is to help teens communicate with peers and adults, as well as understand and interact successfully with them. Our therapists provide experienced support for:

  • Improved ability to comprehend and express ideas, thoughts and feelings

  • School and college readiness

  • Apraxia difficulties

  • Enhanced vocal quality

  • Fluency challenges

  • Better swallowing function

  • Improved quality of life

  • Safety in the community

  • Increased confidence

  • Self-advocacy

  • Executive functioning skills such as time management, organization, & impulse control

  • Social skills for the workplace, peers, home, school, etc.

  • Swallowing difficulties

Adults & Older Adults

Occupational Therapy

We support adults with improving their participation and performance with daily activities they want and need to do by using restorative, compensatory, and adaptive skilled interventions. We also provide treatments for addressing underlying barriers that are impeding a person's ability to perform valued activities. We provide skilled, evidenced-based interventions addressing: 

  • Fall prevention

  • Home safety

  • Self-care

  • Vision rehab 

  • Neuro rehab

  • Medical equipment recommendations

  • Wheelchair training

  • Cognition interventions

  • Chronic disease management

  • Chronic pain management

  • Contracture management

Physical Therapy

  • Orthopedics: low back pain, herniated discs, osteoarthritis, tendinopathies,joint replacement rehab 

  • Neurologic: stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries

  • Cardiopulmonary: COPD, pneumonia, post-cardiac surgery 

  • Women's health: pelvic floor dysfunction, pregnancy/postpartum conditions 

  • Work injury rehabilitation and ergonomics 

  • Chronic disease management: diabetes, heart failure, obesity 

  • Fall prevention:balance and mobility training 

  • Strengthening programs to maintain independence 

  • Pain management:osteoarthritis, peripheral neuropathy, chronic low back pain 

  • Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation after acute illness 

  • Arthritis management 

  • Assistive device fitting and training

Speech Therapy

We offer assessment and therapeutic intervention after changes in communication as a result of injury, stroke or disease. Individualized treatment is centered around the lifestyle and personal goals of each patient. Our caring therapists have extensive background and training in providing services to improve the speech, language comprehension and use, voice, and non-verbal communication. Our speech and swallowing therapists offer an evidence-based, person-centered, meaningful approach to meet our patient’s communication and life goals. We work with our patients, their families, and their support teams to help them learn and re-learn the skills needed to succeed in daily life. Our therapists provided experienced treatment in the following areas:

  • ALS

  • Aphasia

  • Apraxia

  • Cerebral palsy

  • Cerebral vascular accident

  • Cognitive Therapy

  • Dysarthrias

  • Dysphagia

  • Fluency

  • Hearing impairment

  • Language disorder

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Traumatic brain injury

  • Neuro rehab


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