Inpatient Therapy Services

Inpatient Therapy Services... * Physical and Occupational Therapy * Speech-Language Pathology * Training for Hospital Staff * Work Station Assessment and Intervention

Inpatient Therapy Services for Your Facility

TERRIO currently performs more than 25,000 patient treatments per year by providing physical and occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, and training 7 days per week and 364 days per year at Bakersfield Memorial Hospital.

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TERRIO provides inpatient therapy for Bakersfield Memorial Hospital, which includes Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology as well as management of the entire program. We also have a Certified Ergonomics Specialist who offers work station assessment and intervention to the employees at the hospital.

TERRIO performs ongoing training to Bakersfield Memorial staff in body mechanics, transfer training and mechanical lift equipment training. On a daily basis, our therapists provide evaluation, treatment and care plan progression toward meeting the functional goals of our patients. We treat countless diagnoses which include, stroke, heart attack, total joint replacement, other orthopedic injuries, general medical complications such as pneumonia, cancer, amputations, post abdominal surgery, COPD, CHF and many others. We also provide hospital same-day outpatient surgery crutch and walker training and outpatient recorded video swallow studies performed by Speech Pathology.

Physical Therapy

Our Physical Therapists address patient mobility such as bed mobility, transfers, gait training (walking), balance training and leg therapeutic exercise.

Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapists address a patient's ability to perform his or her activities of daily living (ADLs). ADLs include dressing, bathing, toileting and, of course, the ability to move from bed/chair to the kitchen/bathroom to perform the "occupation of living".

Speech-Language Pathology

Our Speech Pathologists address a patient's ability to communicate effectively, to swallow food, drink and their own saliva safely as well as addressing cognitive issues.