Our Physical Therapist can evaluate the patient’s ability to move around safely wherever they may call home. The Physical Therapist will determine what problems the patient may be experiencing in walking, transferring from chair to bed, bathroom, and to and from a wheelchair. The therapist can assess the patient’s level of pain and provide physical therapies, which will help reduce pain and supportive measures. Comfort therapy is not curative therapy therefore is not intended to be aggressive in nature. The goal is to improve the quality of life by providing comfort as part of the hospice benefit.