At Feather River Rehabilitation, we serve the needs of those in our community who have lost strength and functioning due to a variety of circumstances. Through Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Lymphedema treatment, we seek to assist our patients achieve their highest level of function and independence.
A visit to the clinic includes a comprehensive evaluation, including an assessment of problems, the affect on lifestyle, and an establishment of clear-cut and attainable goals. We offer exercise testing and training (Balance Master, treadmill, Kin-Com, Sport Kat), conditioning programs, athletic taping, hands-on techniques (soft tissue mobilization, joint mobilization, and myofacial release), body mechanics instruction and patient education. Modalities such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation, anodyne and iontophoresis are also available. A warm water pool therapy is on-site at our offices. For more information about physical therapy, visit one of the following websites:
Lymphedema is an accumulation of lymphatic fluid that causes swelling of some part of the body, usually in the arms and/or legs. It may affect the chest, neck or back. It occurs when the lymphatic system is impaired, blocked or damaged and flow is interrupted. With early identification and proper intervention, lymphedema can be treated and controlled. Our lymphedema clinic offers the most effective and least invasive treatment, called Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT).
For more information regarding your condition, please call our office at (530) 872-2003.
Do you have frequent falls, dizziness or difficulty getting out of a chair? Do you limit your activities due to fear of falling? If you answered yes, the Balance Center at Feather River Rehabilitation can help treat your balance issues. Originally designed by NASA, the system utilizes a force plate and computer to objectively measure weight distribution, reaction time, gait velocity, and stability on uneven surfaces to precisely determine areas of weakness.
Occupational Therapists seek to help individuals function in everyday life by retraining them in the daily living skills of feeding, hygiene, dressing and grooming, and also in job-related tasks such as writing, typing and lifting. For more information about occupational therapy, visit one of the following websites:
A licensed, certified Speech Language Pathologist provides an evaluation and treatment for those who have difficulties with swallowing or speech difficulties such as language delay, motor speech disorders, and cognitive-lingual disorders. Benefits include improved ability to express thoughts and feelings, intelligible speech, improved swallowing function and safety, greater self-esteem and independence and overall increase in quality of life. For more information about speech therapy, visit one of the following websites:
Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy & Speech Therapy
6283 Clark Road, Suite 1
Paradise, CA 95969