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Outpatient Rehabilitation Services offers a variety of cancer services to address the physical, social, emotional and vocational needs of clients to help them return to optimal and safe function.  Our team of physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, social worker/counselor, audiologists and nurse case manager all play a role in oncology rehabilitation. 

Headaches can be caused from tension, stress, trauma, environmental factors and disease.  At BCH, our rehabilitation therapies work to reduce the number and intensity of headaches, while improving your overall physical well-being. Pain and stress management, postural training, manual therapies and exercise may all be used to help relieve headaches and improve function.  Call (303) 441-0493 for more information.

Urinary incontinence is the unintentional loss of urine.  It affects nearly 17 million Americans, primarily women and the elderly.  Women can develop it during pregnancy or childbirth, or after hormonal changes associated with menopause.  Older men can become incontinent following prostate surgery.  Incontinence also can result from pelvic trauma, spinal cord damage or diseases that affect the nervous system, such as multiple sclerosis. 

Incontinence should not be accepted as a normal part of aging. Many effective techniques are available to help you successfully manage incontinence, regain your confidence and stay active.  At BCH, we have physical therapists that specialize in the evaluation and treatment of incontinence and can help make a significant impact on quality of life.  Call (303) 441-0493 for more information.

Lymphedema is an accumulation of lymphatic fluid in tissue that causes swelling, most often in the arms or legs, and occasionally in other parts of the body.  Lymphedema can develop at any age from unknown causes or it can develop as a result of surgery, radiation, infection or trauma.  (National Lymphedema Network)

At BCH we have therapists who specialize in the treatment of lymphedema.  Call (303) 441-0493 for more information.

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