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Desensitization uses a team approach using a doctor or dentist, occupational therapist, and behaviorist to help people overcome fears related to dental or medical procedures. Participants will learn techniques to increase comfort level and cooperation during a dental or doctor visit. Parent information sessions are also offered.

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Audiology focuses on comprehensive diagnostic and rehabilitative services for all areas of hearing impairments.

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Medical social work helps patients resolve social and psychosocial issues related to illness and disability. Assistance offered includes short term case management, crisis intervention, counseling, and advocacy.

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Neurology focuses on the treatment of diseases affecting the nervous and neuromuscular systems, including the brain and spinal cord.

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These services are provided by a registered dietitian (certified nutritionist) under the supervision of a physician. Before any nutrition service is scheduled, a Nutrition Service Referral Form must be completed by the patient’s primary care provider, this allows for patients to receive a comprehensive initial evaluation reviewing medical, surgical, and weight history along with relevant blood work to assess their specific nutritional needs. The nutritionist will work with patients and family on an ongoing basis to provide counseling and nutrition education.

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Ophthalmologists focus on disorders of the eye. An ophthalmologist can prescribe glasses when necessary.

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Podiatry focuses on diagnosing and treating conditions of the foot, ankle, and related structures of the leg.

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Primary care providers focus on Internal Medicine, Family Practice, and Pediatrics.

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The Prosthetic and Orthotic Clinic Services individuals with needs for braces, special shoes, and other orthotics needs for upper and lower extremities as well as trunk corsets.  A Physical Therapist and an Orthotist evaluate and treat and provide the device as per need.

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Psychiatrists provide services representing the full range of psychiatric and developmental disorders. Patients usually come to PHC for psychiatry for a diagnosis and/or medication management. PHC does not offer emergency psychiatric services.

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Speech and Language Pathology (SLP) is a clinical service that offers assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of communication disorders. The therapist determines the speech, language, cognitive communication and feeding/swallowing needs of patients along with the best ways to treat them.