Fall Prevention/Balance Rehabilitation
You are at a high risk of falls if you fell twice this year or broke a bone due to fall and need to see a physician with expertise in both movement impairments and medical care. If you have not fallen, but worry about falling, we may be able to help you avoid unpleasant consequences of falls like breaking your hip or hitting your head on the ground. Our physician and therapy providers work as a team to help you.
Stroke survivors commonly receive rehabilitation overseen by physicians while in hospital. Unfortunately, most are discharged from hospital with ongoing rehabilitation needs (e.g. not being able to walk outdoors, feed self, etc...), but no longer have a rehabilitation specialist physician coordinating and managing their rehabilitation care. Our physician with expertise in stroke rehabilitation can help with medical and rehabilitative interventions. Our physician and therapy providers work as a team to help you.
Physiatry Services in Clinic
Physiatrists, also known as physical medicine and rehabilitation doctors, bring together medical care with rehabilitation science to help with different aspects of short term or permanent disability. If you are experiencing difficulty with moving around or taking care of yourself due to movement disorders (e.g. Parkinson's disease), neuropathy (nerve problems), weakness, joint problems, concussion/brain injury, spinal cord injury (aka paralysis), amputation, multiple sclerosis, adult cerebral palsy and other chronic disabling conditions, we can help.
Physical Therapy Services
Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living & Adult Day Care Services
Steady Strides physiatry services have been crucially important for improving quality of care across the spectrum of older adult care facilities. Steady Strides has been working closely with several facilities in Maryland to help reduce facility falls, coordinate rehabilitation services, manage pain, reduce hospital readmissions and generally work to improve quality of care for the facility residents and participants.