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At Enloe’s HomeCare program, professional staff members are trained in many specialties including cancer, cardiac care, diabetes, respiratory care, pediatrics, orthopedic, rehabilitation and wound/ostomy care.

Registered Nurses

Nurses evaluate many aspects of a patient’s condition and develop a treatment plan with your physician to help meet your needs.

Nurses can help with:

  • Wound care
  • Medication instructions
  • Post-surgical care and monitoring
  • Suture or staple removal
  • Care of cardiac or pulmonary conditions
  • Diabetes monitoring and education
  • Pain medication management
  • Home IV antibiotic and chemotherapy

Physical Therapists

Physical therapists evaluate patients to determine what rehabilitation goals are appropriate, and work closely with your physician to develop a care plan for maximizing strength and independence with functional mobility.

Physical therapists often treat patients who have suffered:

  • A stroke
  • Fractures
  • A head injury
  • Amputations
  • Cardiac surgery
  • Developmental disorders
  • Back pain or back surgery
  • Hip, knee or shoulder replacement surgery
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Lou Gehrig’s disease
  • Osteoarthritis
  • A spinal cord injury

Physical therapists can provide:

  • Therapeutic exercise programs
  • Gait training, in and outside of the home
  • Transfer and bed mobility training
  • Mobility equipment recommendations
  • Post-surgical protocols
  • Help with pain relief
  • Fall risk reduction education
  • Balance and coordination activities
  • Neuromuscular re-education
  • Home safety recommendations
  • Family and other caregiver training
  • Evaluation and re-assessment

Occupational Therapists

Occupational therapists can assist with instruction and training in activities of daily living to promote a return to maximum independence.

Occupational therapists can help with:

  • Self-care activities
  • Cooking, laundry and shopping
  • Energy conservation
  • Transfers and safety
  • Environmental modifications
  • Leisure and recreational activities
  • Splinting and positioning
  • Recommending adaptive equipment

Speech Therapists

Speech therapists can address difficulties in communication and swallowing. This may involve speech production, language use, special communication devices, comprehension skills, oral motor strength or breath control.

Speech therapists often treat patients who have suffered:

  • A stroke
  • Lou Gehrig’s disease
  • Head or neck cancers
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Another form of dementia
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • A traumatic brain injury

Medical Social Workers

Medical social workers may visit patients to help in a variety of ways. They commonly:

  • Obtain needed community resources
  • Provide counseling to patients and their families
  • Offer information about healthy coping mechanisms
  • Improve communication and understanding among loved ones
  • Offer support around grief and bereavement services
  • Provide information about funeral plans

Home Health Aides

Certified nursing aides provide personal care, which might include bathing, dressing and bed linen changes.

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Sorted By:

  • Samuel A. Brown, MD


    • Hospice & Palliative Medicine,
    • Psychiatry
    • Enloe Behavioral Health

      Chico, CA
    • This is a hospital-based provider who does not take office appointments.
  • Todd E. Brandtman, MD


    • Hospice & Palliative Medicine
    • Enloe Outpatient Palliative Care

      Chico, CA
  • Hyung W. An, MD


    • Hospice & Palliative Medicine
    • Enloe Outpatient Palliative Care

      Chico, CA

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