We teach ethical-based practice to individuals, providers, and within academic and health systems to improve equitable care and outcomes after birth and surgery.
Imagine if occupational and physical therapy were a standard component of care in hospitals and at home after birth, hysterectomy, and mastectomy similar to other elective procedures or unexpected medical events.
We believe that function and recovery are improved through equitable care and attention after common procedures where rehabilitation services are not typically offered in a timely manner.
We are dedicated to ensuring access to ethical-based practice to every individual regardless of their age, race, gender, pregnancy/postpartum status, or payor source.
Make ethical-based practice the norm.
When function is prioritized after birth, surgery, and medical treatment, the time it takes to recover is much less. Early intervention and adequate rest allow healing to occur more quickly. Abnormal swelling, persistent pain, and limitations with activity are preventable.
You have the right to ethical-based practice at the time of birth, surgery, or medical treatment.
Our job is to ensure that you receive it.