Banner Rehabilitation Center
The Banner Rehabilitation Center at North Colorado Medical Center provides occupational, physical, speech and hand therapies, women's health, incontinence treatment, pediatric rehab, lymphedema care and vestibular rehabilitation.
All disciplines (physical therapy, physical therapy, and speech-language pathology) work jointly for the benefit of our clients in the following: jobsite evaluations, home evaluations, adaptive equipment consultations and recommendations, community reintegration, and family conferences.
Physical Therapy or PT:
Physical Therapists focus on regaining a person’s functional abilities. Our therapists provide individualized treatment programs using hands on techniques to facilitate muscle re-education and motor re learning for our clients in: stroke rehabilitation, brain injury rehabilitation, balance and vestibular retraining, gait analysis and treatment, wheelchair and seating evaluations and recommendations, education and training with ambulatory assistive devices and wheelchairs, transfer training and safety awareness, postural education, rehabilitation of patients with movement disorders and neurological impairments.
Occupational Therapy or OT:
Therapists retrain the client in gross and fine motor coordination following any neurological impairment including stroke, head and brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, lymphedema, and more. The goal is to help you return to your life. Therapists provide the following therapeutic interventions: daily living skills retraining, cognitive retraining, education for energy conservation and work simplification techniques, reduction of upper/lower extremity lymphedema.
Speech Language Pathology/ Speech Therapy or ST:
Therapists work with their clients to facilitate all modes of communication, cognition, and swallowing. We provide diagnostic and therapeutic intervention for: stroke (aphasia and right hemisphere impairment), swallowing difficulties and disorders, cognitive impairments, voice disorders (vocal abuse and dysfunction), language disorders, articulation deficits, laryngectomy, alternative and augmentative communication, fluency disorders, accent reduction and pronunciation to improve intelligibility of speech.
Located on the NCMC campus:
1517 16th Ave. Ct.
Greeley, CO 80631
Fax: (970) 378-3858