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Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy


2. Activities of dai ly l iving (ADL) assessment and treatment to improve basic self care, energy conservation, functional balance and transfers to the tub, toilet, bed, and car. 3. Physical therapy evaluation and treatment for pulmonary deficits, endurance and mobility training with a device as needed. Pulmonary rehab includes retraining of breathing patterns, breathing exercises and education. PT also uses techniques to reduce pain, increase ROM, improve endurance/strength and functional skills. The home patient can transition to one of our state of the art clinics. There the patients can use our Alter G Treadmill, Solo Step, upper and lower body bicycles and other equipment. Oxygen is available at our clinics.

Our patients receive individualized treatment provided by compassionate and competent therapists. Special consideration is placed on the residual effects of COVID -19. Pulmonary function, as well as any pain or discomfort, is addressed as needed. For patients that do not require in home therapy, treatment begins at one of our state of the art clinics. Each session will include vital signs monitoring; BP, HR, O2 Sat, Body Temp and Respirations.


4. Return to independence at home, community, and workplace.

1. Occupational therapy home assessment and training for safety and equipment.



INSIDE : • Reddy Care Is Taking Preventative Actions • Your Health And Safety Is Our #1 Priority! We are here to get you back to your strength, endurance and function that you may have lost due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many patients have lost their strength, and lost essential functional activities that they would have normally had regardless of the fact if they have not been moving around. Reddy Care is aware and prepared to treat patients who have and who have not contracted COVID-19. We understand the importance of being safe and are currently taking precautions during this time. Our physical and occupational therapists are trained and updated on the guidelines and precautions from the CDC and are universally applying them to prevent and manage the COVID-19 situation.

• In-Home Physical & Occupational Therapy • Medicare Now Pays Fully For Telehealth

Our patients receive individualized treatment provided by compassionate and competent therapists. Special consideration is placed on the residual effects of COVID -19. Pulmonary function, as well as any pain or discomfort is addressed as needed. Treatment may take place in the home or in one of our clinics.

Each session will include vital signs monitoring; BP, HR, O2 Sat, Body Temp and Respirations.

Call us to make an appointment. Ph: 516-829-0030


Reddy Care Is Taking Preventative Actions To Help Keep Our Patients And Staff Healthy!

At Reddy Care, we provide exceptional therapy in the home and have many services that can benefit your patients: •We provide extra care and precautions to safely treat our patients by using gloves, masks, face shields, goggles, and sanitizing solutions for equipment. •During COVID-19, we will be monitoring vital signs, such as body temperature, oxygen saturation, heart rate and blood pressure to ensure ongoing good health.

•Effective results through using a team approach; including both OT and PT.

•Therapists travel to Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Staten Island, and parts of Brooklyn.

As the situation with COVID -19 continues to evolve, we are keenly aware of the impact it has on our patient’s daily lives and mobility. Reddy Care has always held the safety and well being of our patients as our top priority. We continue to do so now more than ever. Our philosophy is to promote wellness and prevent decline. It is our mission to continue to see our patients through this challenging time. We are currently seeing many patients in the safety of their homes, and in our clinics so they will not experience a decline in function.

We have always taken great pride in ensuring that our clinics are clean environments for our patients. We know this is more important than ever right now. In addition to our regular cleaning routine, we have taken steps to make sure each piece of equipment is disinfected after a single-use, as well as our tables, waiting room areas and our transportation cars.


• Stay strong and functional

If you choose Telehealth as your PT/OT option, you will have very effective and meaningful therapy sessions! Sessions are performed on a computer, laptop, tablet or cell phone.

• Enjoyable and engaging; our seniors love it!

• A home health aid or family member can assist and be part of the session.

• Helps with feelings of isolation during social distancing

• Prevents decline

• 1:1 attention with a Doctor of PT

•OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS: Provide home safety strategies and equipment recommendations

• Exercises for strength, endurance, mobility, and balance


Do you love your therapist? Was your therapist able to help you reach your goals? It would be amazing if others knew how great they were so that they can get help too! Please nominate your therapist for Bethpage’s Best of Long Island!

Your Health And Safety Is Our #1 Priority!

Critical care doctors have informed us that some Covid-19 patients may suffer long-term physical, cognitive and emotional effects. Researchers in Hong Kong have said that recovered coronavirus patients can be left with damaged lungs. “In some patients, lung function could decline by about 20 to 30% after recovery,” says Dr. Owen Tsang Tak-yin, medical director of the Infectious Diseases Centre at Princess Margaret Hospital in Hong Kong. Tsang added, however, that patients can do cardiovascular exercises, to improve their lung capacity over time. In addition to our pulmonary program, Reddy Care is offering a Covid-19 Rehabilitation Program. Rehabilitating patients with the decreased ability to breathe and function is often a neglected area of healthcare; however physical and occupational therapy can make a big difference. The benefits of exercises for people with “normal” lungs are well known, however, there are extra benefits found in people who have respiratory diseases.

techniques but with the use of gradually progressing exercises, they can improve a patient’s quality of life significantly.

Our Covid-19 program also includes Occupational Therapy! OTs play a vital role in improving functional endurance for activities of daily living and basic self care. OTs will also assess for equipment and safety, provide caregiver training, as well as assist with community re-entry and work-related functions when appropriate. Reddy Care uses a team approach with both OT and PT to meet the needs of the patient. Many patients are deconditioned due to a decrease in mobility whether they are hospitalized or not. Deconditioning can be defined as reversible changes in the body brought about by physical inactivity and disuse. A decline in muscle strength is the most important and consistent feature of deconditioning. Numerous studies have shown that physical and occupational therapy increases mobility, enhances the performance of activities of daily living, improves walking, decreases falls, and increases bone mineral density to decrease the risk of fracture.

Physical therapists can not only reduce symptoms in patients with respiratory diseases through breathing and airway clearance

Reddy Care Cares

In-Home Physical & Occupational Therapy

Servicing all of Long Island & Queens. Covered by Medicare Part B & Medicare supplemental plans. Call (516) 829-0030 or Fax (516)466-7723! DID YOU KNOW THAT IF YOU HAVE MEDICARE YOU CAN BE SEEN IN YOUR HOME WITHOUT BEING HOMEBOUND? If you don't qualify for home health care through a certified home health care agency or have been discharged and need more therapy, then WE CAN HELP!

“They play a key role in keeping people they can help out of the doctor offices and ER’s.” “Physical therapists are essential in flattening the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic. They play a key role in keeping people they can help out of the doctor offices and ER’s. This will not only free up the medical teams to treat those impacted by COVID-19, but also limit the exposure of those seeking the care of the physical therapist.” - Dr. Matos

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