The same clinical expertise available to our inpatient population is available to those who no longer require extensive hospital care or who have less debilitating conditions that can be managed in an outpatient setting. Roger C. Peace (RCP) offers a wide range of specialized outpatient services focusing on a variety of diseases, disorders and diagnostic categories at a variety of clinic locations throughout the upstate of South Carolina.
Our multi-disciplinary approach to care centers on goals that are important to the patient and family for return to independence at home and in the community. RCP Outpatient is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Our CARF accredited specialty programs include:
In addition to our programs and specialty services, we offer traditional physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy services to address musculoskeletal and neurological therapy needs.
The Outpatient Brain Injury and Young Stroke Program emphasizes an interdisciplinary rehabilitative approach involving individual and group therapies centered on the patient and family within the treatment center, community and home.
Our comprehensive outpatient Spinal Cord Injury Program is part of the continuum of care available through Roger C. Peace Rehabilitation Hospital. We provide individualized care to address the needs of patients with spinal cord injuries and their families.
The most precise evaluation and retraining therapies for patients with balance, mobility and/or dizziness problems is available through our Vestibular Rehabilitation Program.
This program consists of a dedicated team who help patients to better understand and address common effects of stroke, which may include physical challenges, changes in speech, emotions and thinking.
Our Certified Driver Rehabilitation Specialists help those with functional impairments, often related to trauma, illness, aging or psychological changes, to evaluate and address their goals for safe driving.
Dysphagia is difficulty in swallowing. Symptoms include coughing during or after swallowing, choking on food or liquid, pain during swallowing and the feeling that food is stuck in the throat. Our Adult Dysphagia Program offers evidenced-based swallowing evaluation and treatment.
This program helps reduce and manage swelling in areas like the head, neck, trunk, arms, or legs. Lymphedema treatment includes physical therapy and is helps to manage swelling associated with cancer treatment, vascular issues, surgery, congenital malformations, or other injuries
Movement disorders (the most common being Parkinson’s Disease) are a group a diseases and syndromes affecting the ability to control movement. Our comprehensive, specialized team of therapists help people with movement disorders learn a more efficient way to function that requires less energy.
Comprised of fully licensed Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Speech Language Pathologists, we work together with your family, physician, and school to coordinate the best care for your child.
Our wheelchair clinic is available for individuals who need an evaluation to determine what type of wheelchair is most appropriate to meet their seating and mobility needs.