Piggott Community Hospital offers Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy. These services encompass physical, psychological, emotional, and social well being for recovery. They also help the patient who has sustained permanent loss or injury to adjust to compensated methods of movement or communication.
Physical therapy is a healthcare profession concerned with identifying and motor problems and improving quality of life in patients. It seeks to improve movement potential in patients who have suffered injury or disease that has limited their mobility
Occupational therapy helps enable people to perform meaningful and purposeful tasks after suffering a disabling condition by utilizing treatments that develop, recover, or maintain activities of daily living.
Speech therapy provides a wide range of services to patients suffering the interruption of normal communication skills. Therapists work with the patient to restore meaningful communication through evaluation, diagnosis, consultation, intervention and counseling.