An interdisciplinary team complement one another’s expertise and actively work together to provide and implement initiatives and programs to ultimately benefit the patient. At Stepmed we as physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists support each other but also join hands with other medical professionals to ensure an integrated approach to service delivery
Evaluation and prescription of appropriate assistive devices for mobility, communication and functional recovery is essential to facilitate the rehabilitation process. Our dedicated team work closely with orthotists and other service providers to assist our patients with their unique needs.
Botox for spasticity management is an effective tool to support therapeutic interventions. It helps to reduce the stiffness and tightness caused by spasticity. Our team with special interest in spasticity management is trained to assess a patients needs and facilitate the process of authorization for both the adult and paediatric populations.
Our dizziness clinic includes BBPV screening, vestibular neuropathy or central dizziness management. Our physiotherapy team with special interest in dizziness work with ENTs and medical doctors to support patients with dizziness with the management of their symptoms. Rehabilitation of central origin include occupational therapy involvement.
Each person is unique with unique needs and challenges. Our interdisciplinary team can assist in training a care giver or companion to help guide the patient’s rehabilitative process. We believe that the care given should be based on the patient and family’s needs but also assist with facilitating potential independence.
GMA is a reliable tool for identifying infants at risk for neuromotor deficits. Our qualified GMA panel can assess your newborn’s spontaneous movements and make appropriate recommendations with regards to management and stimulation accordingly.
Continuing Education forms a vital part in Stepmed’s management to ensure our vision and mission statements are met. Therefor monthly journal club sessions are held to facilitate teamwork amongst therapists and professional growth.
Patients with dementia requires interdisciplinary care to further enhance the routine of patients and the people that forms their support system. Our aim is to reduce functional dependence and empower the loved ones to make informed decisions regarding the patient’s care.