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Med1Care Therapy Partners

Outpatient Physical Therapy | Occupational Therapy

Speech Therapy | Rehabilitation Services

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Med1Care is the premier provider of comprehensive outpatient rehabilitative services in the Toledo, Ohio area. We provide physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy & wound care management services. We can help those suffering from pain, injury and other medical problems and provide personalized 1 on 1 care through all phases of your treatment.

We offer a comprehensive & holistic evaluation process. Our experienced and highly-trained staff provides treatment consistent with current research & evidence-based clinical care.

Whether you are looking for care for a loved one or need care yourself, call Med1Care Therapy Partners today at 419.866.0555 to see why we are #1 in quality service and quality care!


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Vehicle Injuries

Work Injuries

Sports Injuries

Aging Issues

Physical Therapy Clinic

Med1Care offers Physical Therapy services that provide proactive solutions, whether to prevent injury or to provide help during the recovery process.

A licensed physical therapist will evaluate your need for services, draft a plan and set a schedule that is dedicated to you reaching your objectives. Our experienced physical therapists can help you improve your mobility, decrease your pain and regain your quality of life.

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Get Occupational Therapy From An Experienced Occupational Therapist

Med1Care’s outpatient and rehab Occupational Therapy services are coordinated by our Director of Nursing, in conjunction with the frequencies established by a physician.

Occupational Therapy is designed to highlight the activities that are important to our clients. It focuses on what needs to happen in order to allow effective resumption of those activities.

A licensed Occupational Therapist will evaluate your need for services, draft a plan and set a schedule that is dedicated to you reaching your objectives.

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Meet Our In-house Speech Pathologist For Your Speech Therapy

Med1Care’s outpatient and rehab Speech Therapy services focus on helping our clients develop functional communication skills to use within their environment.

Speech Therapy services are coordinated by our Director of Nursing, in conjunction with frequencies established by a physician.

A speech therapist will assess the individual patient’s need and develop a custom action plan to achieve the patient’s desired outcome.

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Health Conditions Treated:

  • Arthritis Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Balance & Gait Disorders
  • Chronic Pain Treatment
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Foot & Ankle Pain
  • Hand, Wrist & Elbow Pain
  • Headaches
  • Hip & Knee Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Neurological Disorders
  • Pain Management
  • Pre-Surgical Rehab
  • Sciatica Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Vestibular Rehab

Services Offered At Our Rehabilitation Center

  • Auto Injury Rehabilitation
  • Back Stabilization
  • Balance Training
  • Concussion Examination & Treatment
  • Kinesiotaping
  • Fall Prevention
  • Gait Analysis & Training
  • Manual Therapy
  • Massage Therapy
  • Movement Impairment Analysis
  • Myofascial Release
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Orthopedic Rehabilitation
  • Osteoporosis Program
  • Pain Management
  • Pediatric Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Pre- and Post-Operative Rehabilitation
  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF)
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment
  • Senior Services
  • Speech Therapy
  • Spinal Mobilization
  • Sports Medicine
  • TMJ Dysfunction Treatment
  • Vestibular Treatment

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. In the United States, you do not need a referral from your doctor to see a physical therapist. However, some insurance plans may require a referral or authorization prior to receiving coverage for physical therapy services. You should check with your insurance provider to find out if they have any specific requirements before seeking treatment. Additionally, many states including Ohio State have direct access laws that allow patients to receive physical therapy services without a referral for up to 30 days.

When you first visit a physical therapist, he or she will generally conduct an evaluation to determine the cause of your pain or discomfort, and develop a treatment plan. During the evaluation, the physical therapist will likely ask questions about your medical history and perform a physical assessment to assess the range of movement in specific joints and muscles. The results of this assessment will help the therapist determine what type of treatments may be beneficial.

Physical therapy is very beneficial for certain conditions. There are home remedies to help alleviate your pain during the onset or before your appointment with the physical therapist. For example, you can take over-the-counter medications for mild muscle aches and pains. You can also try applying heat or ice packs to the affected area, stretching and exercising regularly, using a foam roller to massage your muscles, and taking warm baths. It is important to remember that physical therapy should always be your first option for treating chronic or acute pain conditions.

You should always follow your doctor’s recommendations when it comes to physical therapy. Ignoring the advice of a health care professional can lead to further injury and more serious medical problems down the road. If you don’t do physical therapy, you could be putting yourself at risk for worse pain or permanent damage to your joints and muscles. Additionally, not doing physical therapy may mean that it will take you longer to heal, or your pain may never completely go away. In conclusion, physical therapy is an important part of managing and treating chronic or acute pain. It can help you develop strength, improve range of motion, and increase flexibility.

While physical therapy is aimed at relieving pain and improving function, there are some risks associated with it, particularly if you don’t follow your therapist’s instructions or use the wrong type of exercises for your condition. In some cases, physical therapy can worsen an existing injury or cause a new one. To avoid this possibility, you should always discuss any concerns with your doctor before beginning a physical therapy program. With the right precautions in place, physical therapy can be a safe and effective way to manage pain and improve quality of life.

An occupational therapist is a healthcare professional who specializes in working with people to develop and maintain the skills they need for everyday life. Our occupational therapists at Med1Care can help you improve activities of daily living, such as dressing, cooking, eating, and bathing. They may also work on improving your ability to participate in leisure activities or sports, prepare meals, work in the workplace, manage stress, and use public transportation. By working on fine motor skills and gross motor coordination, an occupational therapist can help you improve your strength, balance, and coordination. Occupational therapists may also specialize in adapting homes or workplaces to better accommodate the needs of individuals with physical disabilities or illnesses. They can provide guidance to families on how to modify the environment for their loved one in order to maximize their ability to live as independently as possible. In addition, occupational therapists can provide education and guidance on how to use adaptive tools, like wheelchairs or walkers, which can greatly improve quality of life for people with limited mobility.

Kids often need help with their daily activities, like dressing, eating, or physical exercises. Occupational therapists use a variety of tools and techniques to help children develop the skills they need to complete these everyday tasks. They also provide guidance on how parents and caregivers can best support their child’s needs. For example, an occupational therapist may recommend specific strategies for helping a child with limited mobility to sit up, stand or walk. Furthermore, an occupational therapist may teach children how to use adaptive tools such as wheelchairs or walkers, which can greatly improve their quality of life. They also work with school systems to provide educational support to children with special needs.

Occupational therapists treat a wide variety of problems. Common diagnoses include: autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), cerebral palsy, developmental delays and intellectual disabilities, Down syndrome, learning disabilities, physical challenges due to injury or illness, sensory processing disorders and traumatic brain injuries. Occupational therapists may also be called upon to treat mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. In addition, occupational therapists may help those struggling with age-related issues like arthritis or cognitive decline due to Alzheimer’s Disease or other forms of dementia. Occupational therapy does not focus on the diagnosis itself, but on helping patients increase their independence and quality of life.