Outpatient Therapy Center

Parker Adventist Hospital

9395 Crown Crest Blvd
Parker, Colorado 80138

39.5486133, -104.7710383

Latitude: 39.5486133, Longitude: -104.7710383

Outpatient Therapy Center

Parker Adventist Hospital

  • Aquatic Therapy

    Aquatic therapy offers an alternative to conventional therapy and is appropriate for a wide range of conditions. Buoyancy, resistive forces of water and the effect of hydrostatic pressure are all principles that make treatment in the water a safe and effective rehabilitation tool.

    The Centura Health Center for Therapy at Parker Adventist Hospital is proud to feature aquatic therapy featuring a SwimEx pool, the same pool used by athletes with the Denver Broncos, Colorado Rockies and U.S. Olympic Training Center. The temperature of this pool remains at a therapeutic 88 to 94 degrees Fahrenheit to allow for optimal comfort, relaxation and rehabilitation. The pool's individualized size makes it safe and comfortable for patients. 

    Diagnoses appropriate for aquatic therapy include, but are not limited to:

    • Post-surgical spine or extremity fractures
    • Extremity sprain, muscle or tendon injuries
    • Strokes
    • Peripheral neuropathy
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Parkinson's disease
    • Back pain
    • Lymphedema
    • Sports-related vocal cord dysfunction
  • Cognitive Therapy

    Changes in thinking skills can affect the ability of a person to function in everyday life. Tasks such as preparing meals, driving, or managing finances and medications can become difficult. Functioning at work or school or in social situations can also become impaired.

    Causes for these changes may include strokes, brain tumors, brain infections, seizures, concussions, motor vehicle accidents, falls, dementia, medication side effects, or diseases such as Parkinson's or Multiple sclerosis.

    Those at risk for developing cognitive impairments may experience the following difficulties:

    • Concentrating or paying attention
    • Remembering things such as appointments, medications or conversations
    • Following directions
    • Recalling words
    • Getting lost or easily confused
    • Processing and integrating information at a normal speed, especially in stressful situations
    • Organizing and sequencing tasks
    • Managing more than one thing at a time
    • Making decisions 
    • Problem solving
    • Sensitivity to light, noise and distractions
    • Delayed response time while thinking, speaking, acting or reading
    • Staying on task and seeing projects through to completion

    The Centura Health Center for Therapy at Parker Adventist Hospital can provide cognitive retraining to persons of all ages to help improve their ability to think and function as independently as possible. Our skilled therapists provide a comprehensive cognitive evaluation and provide treatment that may include:

    • Speech, language and cognitive therapy
    • Driver retraining
    • Visual motor and perceptual therapy
    • Adaptations for self-care
    • Work simplification
    • Training in compensatory techniques
    • Community resources
    • Utilization of the BrainTrain® computer program

    Our speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists develop personalized programs to help meet each patient's goals and gain the confidence to be as independent as possible. 

    To schedule an appointment, contact us.

    Phone: 303-269-4590

  • Hand Therapy

    A painful or injured hand, wrist, elbow or shoulder can involve many of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, joints and bones of a person's upper extremity. Your physician may recommend therapy as part of your treatment plan to regain as much function as possible as a result of an injury, surgery or disease.

    At the Centura Health Center for Therapy at Parker Adventist Hospital, patients needing hand therapy receive outstanding continuity of care and optimal outcomes through a multidisciplinary team approach to treatment.

    Our certified hand therapists have extensive training and expertise that enables them to design individualized therapy plans to help patients reduce the risk of re-injury and to restore function in the shortest time period possible in a cost-effective manner.

    Conditions appropriate for hand therapy include, but are not limited to:

    • Traumatic injuries of tendons, ligaments, nerves, joints and bones
    • Cumulative trauma disorders such as tenosynovitis, nerve compressions (carpal tunnel) and painful syndromes
    • Arthritis
    • Contractures
    • Fractures
    • Congenital abnormalities
    • Pain syndromes
    • We offer the following hand therapy treatments:
      • Wound and scar management
      • Swelling control
      • Pain management
      • Sensory re-education
      • Range-of-motion and strengthening exercises
      • Splinting
      • Activity of daily living training

    To schedule an appointment, contact us.

    Phone: 303-269-4590

  • Low Vision Therapy

    At the Centura Health Center for Therapy at Parker Adventist Hospital, we understand that vision loss can be frustrating and debilitating and can diminish a person's quality of life. Blurred vision, field cuts and other vision deficits due to disease or aging can cause loss of independence. Our trained specialist evaluates each patient's needs and designs a program that helps to regain independence with a return to a more active lifestyle.

    Our low-vision specialist helps patients by:

    • Recommending home modifications to encourage independence and safety
    • Educating patients and their caregivers in compensatory techniques to accommodate activities at home and in the community
    • Providing recommendations for low vision devices that improve the patient's ability to see and/or read functionally

    Diagnoses that might benefit from low vision therapy include:

    • Macular degeneration
    • Vision deficits resulting from:
      • Neurological impairments
      • Changes with normal aging

    To schedule an appointment, contact us.

    Phone: 303-269-4590

  • Neurological Rehabilitation

    At the Centura Health Center for Therapy at Parker Adventist Hospital, we understand the challenges encountered by patients with neurological disorders.

    We take a multi-disciplinary approach to help patients achieve their highest level of function and independence. By offering all three rehabilitation disciplines in one location, our physical, occupational, and speech therapists provide a comprehensive evaluation and personalized treatment program to meet each person's needs.

    We work together to treat and manage the following: 

    • Mobility and balance deficits
    • Motor control due to decreased coordination
    • Urinary and fecal incontinence
    • Fine motor control issues, such as difficulty with writing and manipulating buttons
    • Sensory loss, such as impaired or loss of feeling in a limb
    • Weakness or diminished strength
    • Muscle tightness limiting joint motion
    • Activities of daily living, such as difficulty with dressing, hygiene or driving
    • Perceptual and visual deficits, such as a visual field cut or unilateral neglect
    • Cognitive impairment, including difficulties in memory, attention, judgment and problem solving as well as slow processing
    • Speech/voice issues, such as slurred and slowed speech, low vocal volume, shortness of breath, monotone speech and nasal voice
    • Language issues, such as difficulty reading, writing, and finding or understanding words
    • Swallowing challenges, such as difficulty chewing and swallowing, coughing when eating or drinking, and drooling

    Treatment options may include:

    • Neurodevelopment therapy
    • Aquatic therapy
    • Electrical stimulation
    • Sensory stimulation
    • Manual therapy techniques
    • Vestibular rehabilitation
    • Balance training, including the use of a Nintendo Wii balance board
    • Cognitive therapy, including use of the BrainTrain® program
    • VitalStim, DPNS, FMEP
    • Modified Barium Swallow Studies
    • Multi-modal speech and language therapy
    • Voice therapy and LSVT in our voice lab
    • Driver retraining
    • Biofeedback
    • Ultrasound imaging
    • Mild traumatic brain injury rehabilitation

    To schedule an appointment, contact us.

    Phone: 303-269-4590

  • Voice Therapy

    At the Centura Health Center for Therapy at Parker Adventist Hospital, our certified speech-language pathologists are able to provide voice therapy for a variety of voice disorders and pathologies.

    Our voice evaluation includes objective voice measurements and a perceptual assessment of vocal techniques and patterns that the patient uses for speech. Through the use of various Kay Elemetrics software, we are able to quantify the voice signal with respect to quality, pitch, loudness and variability. We tailor an individualized treatment plan for each patient. Voice therapy sessions are designed to improve vocal quality, efficiency, strength and function, while minimizing damage to the voice.

    Conditions we treat include:

    • Hoarseness (dysphonia/aphonia)
    • Traumatic laryngitis
    • Paradoxical vocal fold movement
    • Muscle tension dysphonia
    • Sports-related vocal cord dysfunction
    • Neurologic voice disorders such as those related to Parkinson's disease, brain injury and stroke
    • Vocal cord paralysis/paresis
    • Spasmodic dysphonia
    • Presbylarynx
    • Bowed vocal folds
    • Vocal fold granuloma
    • Vocal fold growths (lesions) such as nodules, polyps, cysts and ulcers
    • Chronic cough
    • Nasal-sounding voice
    • Abnormal pitch (too high/low)

    Treatment may include voice therapy techniques such as:

    • Vocal abuse reduction program
    • Relaxation training for head, neck and upper body
    • Circumlaryngeal massage
    • Pitch or intensity monitoring
    • Respiratory retraining
    • Vocal function exercises/strengthening
    • Resonant voice therapy
    • Confidential voice method
    • Lee Silverman voice therapy
    • Visual/auditory biofeedback

    To schedule an appointment, contact us.

    Phone: 303-269-4590

  • Women's Health Physical Therapy

    At the Centura Health Center for Therapy at Parker Adventist Hospital, we understand that women have unique healthcare needs throughout their lives. Our specially trained therapists offer a thorough evaluation and then develop a personalized treatment program that caters to a woman's entire well being.

    In a supportive and private atmosphere, we can effectively treat the following women's health issues:

    • Incontinence (urinary and fecal)
    • Pelvic pain/dysfunction (vaginismus, painful intercourse, interstitial cystitis, coccydynia and chronic pelvic pain)
    • Prolapse, pelvic floor weakness
    • Pain during and after pregnancy
    • Postpartum rehabilitation
    • Breast cancer rehabilitation
    • Lymphedema
    • Pelvic ring pain (sacroiliac, lumbosacral and pubic symphysis joints)
    • Osteoporosis

    Treatment options may include:

    • Manual therapy techniques
    • Biofeedback
    • Ultrasound imaging
    • Electrical stimulation
    • Strengthening and stretching exercises
    • Postural re-education
    • Relaxation techniques
    • Complete decongestive therapy

    To schedule an appointment, contact us.

    Phone: 303-269-4590