We at Priority Health Care Systems are owned and managed by healthcare professionals so you can expect that our home health care can bring a big difference for the betterment of your health and well-being. Our experienced team of care providers will do the best that they can to help you enhance your quality of life.
Our professional in-home health care in Maryland offers Skilled Nursing, Level of Care, and Complex Care provided by RN/LPN with the following sub-services:
- Wound Care
- Trach Care
- Ventilator Management
- Intravenous (IV) Therapy
- Gastrointestinal (GI) Care
- Diabetic Management
- Medication Administration (IV, PO, IM)
- Oxygen Administration
- And much more
Our physical therapy program can provide significant benefits to the following conditions:
- Back and neck pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Muscle, myofascial, and joint pain
- Sprains and strains
- Orthopaedic injuries
- Pre- and post-operative conditions
- Weakness or loss of motion
- Soft tissue injuries
- Body misalignments (scoliosis)/spinal dysfunctions
- Chronic pain/fibromyalgia
- Sports-related injuries
- Work-related injuries
- Balance disorders
Our Specialized Occupational Therapy services include:
- Hand and upper extremity rehabilitation
- Customized splints, fracture braces or slings
- Upper extremity wound care
- Arthritis program
- Neurologic rehabilitation for individuals with stroke, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, head trauma, peripheral neuropathy and more.
- Low vision rehabilitation
- Cognitive rehabilitation
- Driving evaluation
- Ergonomic assessments and recommendations
- Work conditioning
- Strategies for energy conservation and work simplification.
- Ergonomic education for repetitive injury prevention.
- Self care training while regarding hip precautions after surgery.
- Stress management
- Skills for using adaptive equipment.
- Home safety recommendations and modifications.
- Scar management
- Skills to manage and live with arthritis, diabetes or cardiac conditions.
- Training to improve upper extremity use including strength, coordination and sensibility.
These include but are not limited to:
- Full speech-language diagnostic assessments.
- Pure tone audiometric screenings and speech-language screenings – on and off campus.
Speech Language Therapy for:
- Dysarthria – Improve an individual’s ability to produce speech sounds when muscle weakness or discoordination impact intelligibility.
- Apraxia – Improve an individual’s ability to produce speech sounds when there is an inability or compromised ability to execute the motor movements.
- Voice Disorders – Improve an individual’s harsh, hoarse, raspy voice quality as the result of overuse/abuse, nodules, or degenerative diseases.
- Language delay/disorders – Improve an individual’s ability to express ideas or understand the speech of others.
- Neurogenic Disorders – Improve the communication abilities of individuals who are experiencing or have experienced Traumatic Brain Injury, Aphasia, Parkinson’s, ALS, etc.
- Fluency/Stuttering – Improve an individual’s ability to produce fluent speech.
- Auditory Processing Disorders – Improve an individual’s ability to process/understand speech and language.
- Aural Rehabilitation – Improve the communication abilities of individuals with hearing loss – Hearing Aids and/or Cochlear Implants.
Please feel free to contact us for more information.