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Occupational Therapy

Helping you maintain your independence at home and throughout your community in terms of mobility and cognitive function is our goal. If you’re having difficulty with everyday tasks, such as dressing, cooking, bathing, etc., Occupational Therapy can help you regain your independence.

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Physical Therapy

For those experiencing pain, limited joint mobility and strength, ambulation and balance problems, Physical Therapy is often the path to recovery and a return to your normal activities.

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Speech-Language Therapy

Speech-Language Therapy is often called for when your voice begins to fade, your speech becomes difficult to understand, swallowing becomes difficult, and/or you notice changes in your thinking abilities. Our therapists can help you regain your abilities and get back to life with more confidence and happiness.

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Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is often used to complement other therapies by reducing stiffness, tightness, pain, and improving flexibility.

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Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy focuses on helping you maintain or regain your independence after vision loss. If you have macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, or other eye conditions, Low Vision Therapy can help maximize your ability to perform your daily activities and improve your quality of life.

Start feeling better with Rehabilitation Services at The New Virginian. Make an appointment today by calling (703) 277-7255 to learn more.