At Rehab Services

Our goal is to help you return to the quality of life you used to enjoy before your injury or illness - as quickly as possible and in the most caring, compassionate environment imaginable. Rehab Services is a privately owned therapy practice serving the residents of Winnemucca, Elko, and Rexburg, Idaho. While the majority of our care takes place in our outpatient rehabilitation clinics, we also provide therapy services to school children, skilled nursing facility residents, hospital patients and those in home care settings.

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Speech-Language Pathology in Nevada

Speech-language pathology is the study and rehabilitative or corrective treatment of disorders that affect a person's speech, language, cognition, voice and swallowing. Speech-Language Pathologists(SLPs) or Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) address people's speech production, vocal production, swallowing difficulties and language needs through speech therapy.

Depending on the nature and severity of the disorder, common treatments may range from physical strengthening exercises, instructive or repetitive practice and drilling, to the use of audio-visual aids and introduction of strategies to facilitate functional communication. Speech therapy also may include sign language and the use of picture symbols.

Most of our Rehab Services locations offer intensive speech and language services at their clinics. Our competent and caring Nevada speech-language pathologists work one-on-one with both children and adults to deliver the most appropriate services available.

Our specialty areas include:

  • Memory retraining
  • Swallowing disorders
  • Communication (receptive/expressive language)
  • Central auditory processing disorders
  • Oral motor skills
  • Articulation/language delays
  • Dyslexia

Those who may benefit from speech therapy include those with:

  • A hearing impairment
  • Weak muscles around the mouth
  • Birth defects such as cleft lip or cleft palate
  • Vocal nodules/ hoarseness
  • Autism
  • Breathing disorders
  • Swallowing disorders
  • Cognitive (intellectual; thinking) or other developmental delays
  • Motor planning problems
  • Traumatic brain injury